Former Miss Colorado USA Blair Griffith Details Her ‘Double Life’ As A Beauty Queen Who Ended Up Homeless
HuffingtonPost.com - Former pageant queen Blair Griffith grew up in a nice house in an affluent neighborhood, but it all changed when she lost her father to prostate cancer when she was 15. Her mother, now a single parent, was so stressed that she had a heart attack. Her insurance company decided it was the result of a pre-existing condition, leaving the family to pay more than $500 a week for her medication. Eventually the family couldn’t afford rent, and they were evicted.
Griffith shared her painful story of how she ended up homeless when she was seemingly on top of the world during an interview with HuffPost Live’s Alyona Minkovski on Wednesday.
UPI.com - Olivia Culpo and boyfriend Nick Jonas attended the 2015 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday.
The 22-year-old beauty pageant veteran was on hand to support the singer, who hosted the annual awards show for the first time. Culpo and Jonas hit the red carpet as a couple, and the star managed to avoid a slime-covered hug from her beau later on in the ceremony.
DelcoTimes.com - Miss Pennsylvania Teen USA returned to her elementary school Friday with an anti-bullying message for students.
Jasmine Daniels, 18, who lives in Collegeville now, met with students at Highland Park Elementary School and provided specifics about what to do if they are bullied or witness bullying.
Daniels was crowned Miss Pennsylvania Teen USA 2015 in December and wanted to give back to the community where she grew up.
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NYPost.com - Allie LaForce stands on a court at Basketball City trying to spin a ball on the tip of her finger, Harlem Globetrotter-style.
It takes her a few tries, but the former Ohio University guard finally gets it going. “I was better at this in college,” she concedes. Maybe, but as far as basketball fans are concerned, there’s no one more on the ball than this 26-year-old CBS sports reporter.