Meet the 51 Ladies Vying for the Title of Miss USA 2017

Check out your state's contestant!

By Meg Swertlow May 11, 2017 1:15 AMTags
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There are 51 women who are trying to go home with the title of Miss USA 2017 on Sunday, May 14.  All 50 states and the District of Columbia are represented at the sometimes-controversial pageant. The 66th Miss USA pageant will be judged in evening gown and swimsuit category. There will also be a Final Look and the now-infamous Final Question round.

This year's pageant, which will be hosted by Julianne Hough and Terrence J., will be telecast live on Sunday night from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. The show will also feature a performance by Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson ONE, Pitbull and Brett Eldridge. Ashley Graham will serve as the backstage host. Halima Aden, Carson Kressley, Brook Lee, Nancy Lublin, Jeannie Mai and Janet Mock will act as judges.

Check out the 51 contestants who are hoping to take home the crown...

Miss Alabama

Baylee Smith

Miss Alaska

Alyssa London

Miss Arizona

Tommy Lynn Calhoun

Miss Arkansas

Arynn Johnson

Miss California

India Williams

Miss Colorado

Sabrina Janssen

Miss Connecticut

Olga Litvinenko

Miss Delaware

Mia Jones

Miss Florida

Linette De Los Santos

Miss Georgia

DeAnna Johnson

Miss Hawaii

Julie Kuo

Miss Idaho

Cassie Lewis

Miss Illinois

Whitney Wandland

Miss Indiana

Brittany Winchester

Miss Iowa

Kelsey Weier

Miss Kansas

Catherine Carmichael

Miss Kentucky

Madelynne Myers

Miss Louisiana

Bethany Trahan

Miss Maine

Brooke Harris

Miss Maryland

Adrianna David

Miss Massachusetts

Julia Scarparotti

Miss Michigan

Krista Ferguson

Miss Minnesota

Meridith Gould

Miss Mississippi

Ashley Hamby

Miss Missouri

Bayleigh Dayton

Miss Montana

Brooke Bezanson

Miss Nebraska

Jasmine Fuelberth

Miss Nevada

Lauren York

Miss New Hampshire

Sarah Mousseau

Miss New Jersey

Chhavi Verg

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Last year, the title of Miss USA 2016 went to Deshauana Barber, the first woman to win who was actively serving in the military at the time. At the time she told E! News, "I still am waiting for someone to pinch me, I feel like I'm dreaming, I cannot believe this is happening. I broke down during the crowning when they put it on my head and touched it and said, "Ah! it's really there. So, I'm shocked."

Miss USA will air live at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.