PRWeb.com – 2016 Grammy Amplifier® winner Adley Stump and Miss USA Olivia Jordan star in the sassy new music video for “Don’t Wanna Love Him.” Miss Jordan and Stump are best friends in real life, and their playful camaraderie helps turn the clip into a fun and wild ride.
In the storyline, Stump plays an ex-girlfriend, hoping to warn her former flame’s current love (Jordan) about his lying ways. The singer turns up at every opportunity: as a waitress, a busker, a clown. …Come to think of it, that gray haired lady in the blue shirt looks familiar, too. Adley had fun playing the various roles, and adds plenty of quirky energy to the video.
“I could not have asked for a better cast, crew and experience bringing my vision for this song to life,” Stump says, before thanking sponsor Hyundai and the Grammys for their partnership. The Grammy Amplifier program gives emerging artists an opportunity for broad-scale success. Miss Stump was chosen as one of the winners from a field of more than 4,000 entrants.
“It was a dream come true to be a part of my best friend’s music video,” Jordan adds. “It has been incredible to watch her career grow and flourish. I couldn’t imagine anyone more deserving of the success she is seeing.”
A native Oklahoman and The Voice finalist (Season 2), Stump released the Like This (Deluxe) EP in 2015 and drew rave reviews for her powerful song “Stay at Home Soldier,” which gained national exposure on iHeartmedia Country station websites, Slacker Radio, and the nationally syndicated “Taste of Country Nights” radio show. She was the Featured music performer on the 2015 Miss USA telecast. Read the full article here.
MovieNewsGuide.com – The highly controversial 2015 “Miss Universe” winner from the Philippines, Pia Wurtzback, is gracing her way as she lives through her 5th month with her prestigious title. Not only has she been actively attending galas and promoting causes, Wurtzbach also reportedly showcases Filipino designers.
In promoting several causes including that of HIV/Aids, the 26-year-old beauty queen made sure that on almost every occasion she attends, she would wear clothes from Filipino designers. GMA News reports that her very first event as a correspondent at the annual Super Bowl, she wore a jumpsuit by a Filipino designer, Jot Losa.
The publication revealed that it was the stylish blue halter strap jumpsuit where Wurtzbach kicked off promoting the Filipino fashion through the events and her social media pages. Wurtzbach has since been noticeably using the hashtag #FilipinoDesigners in almost every post on her outfit of the day. Read the full article here.
Lifestyle.Inquirer.net – Miss Universe Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach stunned social media again in her chic and exquisite photo shoot for a travel app that can virtually tour anyone around Asia with High 5 Casino.
Wurtzbach tried on national costumes of different Asian nations. She posted her dazzling snaps on social media site Instagram.
People.com Alexandra Miller is no stranger to the pageant world, but because she is in her last year of age eligibility, she never thought she’d make it onto the Miss USA stage.
“I was [current Miss USA] Olivia Jordan’s first runner-up when she won the title of Miss Oklahoma USA, and she actually won Miss USA on my 26th birthday, which meant I had to decide if I wanted to compete my last year or take over her title,” Miller tells PEOPLE.
Miller decided to step in as Miss Oklahoma USA, meaning she would no longer be able to compete for the Miss USA crown.
However, thanks to a fan vote for a 52nd contestant, the pageant pro will be able to compete. Miller was chosen from 10 ladies vying for the final spot, after competing in a nationwide search for Miss 52, a woman who best embodies Miss USA based on originality, personality and a web interview. Read the full article here.
Fans have selected Alexandra Miller, a 26-year-old Oklahoma City woman, as the winner of #FindingMiss52, the nationwide search for a 52nd contestant to join this year’s MISS USA® competition. Miller will travel to compete for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of becoming Miss USA 2016 early next week.
Miller is no stranger to competing for the title of Miss USA and has been 1st runner-up twice at the MISS OKLAHOMA USA® competition. She says those moments challenged her and allowed her to become comfortable with the woman she is today. Through #FindingMiss52, she will finally have the opportunity of competing on the MISS USA® stage and feels the search has provided her with yet another chance to fulfill her dream. Miller previously studied at Wichita State University and has a bachelor’s degree in marketing with minors in management and Spanish.
Over the course of a month, the #FindingMiss52 announcement and search sparked national attention and encouraged women across the country to apply. An expert judging panel selected the 10 finalists after interviewing the top contenders to find women who embody The Miss Universe Organization’s mission to be Confidently Beautiful. Fans were able to vote for their favorite finalist this past week which ultimately determined the winner who will compete at MISS USA®.
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