How you can watch the 2021 Miss USA pageant from home
- The 2021 Miss USA pageant will be held on November 29 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- The pageant will take place in the Paradise Cove Theater at the River Spirit Casino Resort.
The time has come to crown a new Miss USA.
Asya Branch has been Miss USA since she won the pageant in 2020. When she took the crown, Branch became the first woman from Mississippi to win the competition. Before that, she made history as the first Black woman to win the title of Miss Mississippi USA.
You can watch the 2021 Miss USA pageant live on the FYI network and Hulu
The 70th annual Miss USA pageant will take place on November 29, 2021, at the Paradise Cove Theater of the River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The pageant will be available to watch live on the FYI cable channel or via a Hulu livestream at 8 p.m. ET.
Fifty-one women from around the country will gather to compete for the crown. The competition will be hosted by "Access Hollywood" reporter Zuri Hall and celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta.
The Miss USA winner will go on to represent the United States in the 2021 Miss Universe pageant. They will also receive a one-year contract with the Miss Universe organization that will allow them to travel across the country and shed light on charitable causes that are important to them.
This year's competition is set to make history, as it will feature the first transgender contestant. Kataluna Enriquez, 27, was named Miss Nevada 2021 in June.
After being crowned Miss Nevada, Enriquez told Insider she was excited to be a part of history and to continue her journey at the Miss USA pageant.
"The Miss USA and Miss Universe organization has changed its direction to represent all women and redefine beauty, and I'm looking forward to being a part of that movement," she said.
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