Last year, the Miss USA Pageant was certainly mired in all sorts of controversy following Donald Trump’s decision to run for President and subsequent comments. Now that the pageant is under entirely new leadership, it must be nice for the powers-that-be to be able to move forward and focus on what matters to them: The women taking part.
The pageant itself is going to be airing on Fox starting at 7:00 p.m. Eastern time; this in itself is a reminder to set your DVRs or get in front of the TV early! It’s a little bit earlier than the standard primetime fare, but Fox has to do this given that their primetime doesn’t run as long as it does over on NBC (the pageant’s former home), CBS, or ABC.
For those of you who want something to watch moving forward to the pageant starting up, the live stream below is a way to get some early insight into things happening on the red carpet. Note that there is no authorized stream of the show itself in the United States, but luckily the majority of homes out there should have Fox.
As for Miss Universe, we expect it to be an even larger affair later this year. As of right now, it holds one of the craziest moments in pageant TV history thanks to Steve Harvey accidentally announcing Miss Colombia as the winner of the show, when it was really Miss Philippines instead. Even though Harvey is not the host tonight, we imagine that there will still be people talking about it.
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