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Miss Oklahoma
TypeBeauty pageant
HeadquartersTulsa, Oklahoma
Miss America
Official language
WebsiteOfficial website

The Miss Oklahoma competition selects a winner to compete on behalf of Oklahoma in the Miss America pageant. Miss Oklahoma has won the Miss America crown on five occasions. Also, in the years when city representatives were common, Norma Smallwood won, competing as Miss Tulsa, giving the state of Oklahoma a total of six crowns. Oklahoma is also one of three states to win back to back Miss America titles.

Addison Price of Edmond was crowned Miss Oklahoma 2019 on June 8, 2019 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was named 3rd runner up at the Miss America 2020 competition.

The Miss Oklahoma 2020 competition, in conjunction with the Miss America Organization, has been postponed until June 2021 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 class of candidates will compete for Miss Oklahoma 2021. [1]

Gallery of past titleholders

Results summary

The following is a visual summary of the past results of Miss Oklahoma titleholders at the national Miss America pageants/competitions. The year in parentheses indicates the year of the national competition during which a placement and/or award was garnered, not the year attached to the contestant's state title.



Preliminary awards

Non-finalist awards

  • Non-finalist Talent: Mary Ann Hazelton (1960), Jill Elmore (1980), Mignon Merchant (1987), Leesa Cornett (1988), Amy Duncan (1997), Kelli Masters (1998), Kristin Steveson (2001)

Other awards

  • Miss Congeniality: Mifaunwy Dolores Shunatona (1941), Shirley Barbour (1953)
  • America's Choice: Taylor Treat (2010), Betty Thompson (2012)
  • Charles & Theresa Brown Scholarship: Alexandra Eppler (2015)
  • Quality of Life Award Winners: Taylor Treat (2010)
  • Quality of Life Award 1st Runners-up: Jennifer Berry (2006)
  • Quality of Life Award Finalists: Alexandra Eppler (2015), Sarah Klein (2017)
  • Special Judges' Award: Susan Supernaw (1972)

* Competed as Miss Oklahoma City
** Competed as Miss Tulsa


  •   Declared as winner
  •   Ended as a runner-up
  •   Ended as a finalist or semi-finalist
Year Name Hometown Age Local Title Miss America Talent Placement at Miss America Special scholarships at Miss America Notes
2020 State and national pageants postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic[2][3]
2019–20 Addison Price[4] Edmond 20 Miss Tulsa Jazz Dance, Medley of “Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend" 3rd runner-up[5] Previously Miss Oklahoma's Outstanding Teen 2016[6]

Assumed state title from Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2017, Nicole Jia[7]
2018 Ashley Thompson[8] Oklahoma City 23 Miss Edmond LibertyFest Tap Dance, "Like That" Top 15[9]
2017 Triana Browne[10] Tulsa 24 Miss Oklahoma City Vocal, "Summertime" Later Miss Oklahoma USA 2019[11]
2nd runner-up at Miss USA 2019 pageant>[12]
2016 Sarah Klein[13] Tulsa 24 Miss Tulsa Piano Top 12 Quality of Life Award Finalist[14] 2nd runner up at National Sweetheart 2015 pageant
2015 Georgia Frazier[15] 23 Miss Ada Vocal, “Happy Days Are Here Again" Top 10 Previously Miss Oklahoma's Outstanding Teen 2009[16]

Top 16 at National Sweetheart 2014 pageant
2014 Alexandra Eppler[17] Edmond 24 Miss Enid Dance, “Titanium" Top 10 Charles & Theresa Brown Scholarship[18]

Preliminary Lifestyle & Fitness Award[19]

Quality of Life Award Finalist
2013 Kelsey Griswold[20] Tulsa 20 Miss Bricktown Vocal, "Everybody Says Don't" from Anyone Can Whistle 2nd runner-up Preliminary Lifestyle & Fitness Award
2012 Alicia Clifton[21] Oklahoma City 20 Miss Edmond LibertyFest Tap Dance, "Can't Buy Me Love" 2nd runner-up Preliminary Talent Award Previously Miss Oklahoma's Outstanding Teen 2008[22]
Top 10 at Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2009[22]
2011 Betty Thompson[23] Davenport 22 Miss Oklahoma State University Irish Step Dance, "Warriors" by Ronan Hardiman 1st runner-up America's Choice

Preliminary Talent Award
2010 Emoly West Edmond 24 Miss Edmond LibertyFest Ballet en Pointe, "Time" by Billy Porter 4th runner-up Preliminary Lifestyle & Fitness Award
2009 Taylor Treat Ada 22 Miss University of Oklahoma Ballet en Pointe, "Palladio" Top 12 America's Choice

Quality of Life Award Winner
2008 Kelsey Cartwright[24] Collinsville 21 Miss Keystone Lake Lyrical Dance
2007 Makenna Smith Oklahoma City 24 Miss Oklahoma City University Vocal, "Wheels of a Dream" from Ragtime
2006 Lindsey Miller Miss Grand Lake Jazz Vocal
1st runner-up at Miss Oklahoma 2006 pageant

Assumed title when Nelson was named Miss America 2007
Lauren Nelson[25] Lawton 20 Miss Oklahoma State Fair Vocal, "You'll Be in My Heart" Winner [26] Preliminary Lifestyle & Fitness Award[19] Previously Miss Oklahoma's Outstanding Teen 2004[27]
2005 Jennifer Warren 21 Miss Green Country Vocal
1st runner-up at Miss Oklahoma 2005 pageant

Assumed title when Berry was named Miss America 2006
Jennifer Berry Tulsa 22 Miss Grand Lake Ballet en Pointe, "Within" Winner[28] Preliminary Talent Award

Quality of Life Award 1st runner-up
2004 Elizabeth Kinney Mooreland 22 Miss Oklahoma State Fair Tap Dance, "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" Top 10
2003 Kelley Scott Owasso 23 Vocal, "Son of a Preacher Man" Top 10
2002 Casey Preslar Tulsa 22 Miss Grand Lake Jazz Vocal, "You'll Have to Swing It (Mr. Paganini)" 2nd runner-up Preliminary Talent Award
2001 Kaci Hundley Enid 21 Miss Oklahoma State Fair Vocal, "Crying" Top 20
2000 Kristin Steveson Broken Arrow 23 Miss Tulsa State Fair Classical Vocal, "Sempre Libera" from La traviata Non-finalist Talent Award
1999 Daneka Allen Oklahoma City 23 Miss Stroud Vocal, "Respect"
1998 Julie Payne Grandfield 23 Miss Collinsville Tap Dance, "Hound Dog" Top 10 Preliminary Talent Award
1997 Kelli Masters Midwest City 24 Miss Oklahoma City University Baton Twirling, "Gonna Fly Now" Non-finalist Talent Award
1996 Amy Duncan Oklahoma City 23 Miss University of Oklahoma Dramatic Vocal, "A Piece of Sky" from Yentl Non-finalist Talent Award
1995 Meighen Bradfield
Assumed title when Smith was named Miss America 1996
Shawntel Smith Muldrow 24 Miss Tulsa State Fair Vocal, "The Woman in the Moon" from A Star Is Born Winner
1994 Tiffany Craig Norman 24 Miss Norman Vocal, "If Only"
1993 Elizabeth Moseley 22 Miss Shawnee Flute, "Dueling Banjos"
1992 DuSharme Carter Oklahoma City 21 Miss Oklahoma City University Vocal, "Keepin' Out of Mischief Now" 4th runner-up Later Miss Oklahoma USA 1995
Top 12 at Miss USA 1995 pageant
1991 Gina Lynne Smith Stillwater 21 Miss Stroud Vocal Medley, "Somewhere"
1990 Cynthia White Oklahoma City 24 Miss Stroud Piano, "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini" Top 10
1989 Tamara Marler Tulsa 26 Miss Norman Vocal, "Since I Fell for You" Top 10 Preliminary Talent Award
1988 Lori Kelley Clinton 23 Miss Norman Classical Vocal, "Una Voce Poco Fa" from The Barber of Seville 2nd runner-up Preliminary Talent Award
1987 Leesa Cornett Newcastle 20 Miss Norman Vocal, "If He Walked Into My Life" from Mame Non-finalist Talent Award
1986 Mignon Merchant Oklahoma City 25 Miss Lake Hudson Stand-up Comedy Non-finalist Talent Award Previously Miss Oklahoma USA 1983
Top 10 at Miss USA 1983 pageant
1985 Felicia Ferguson 24 Miss Grand Lake Vocal, "You Don't Know Me"
1984 Julie Sunday Owasso 21 Miss Owasso Piano
1983 Trelynda Kerr Moore 21 Miss Grand Lake Country Vocal Medley, "Stand by Your Man"
1982 Nancy Chapman Altus 21 Miss Oklahoma City Piano, "Fireworks" by Debussy 4th runner-up
1981 April Clayton Cameron 22 Miss Tulsa State Fair Ballet en Pointe, "The Blue Danube"
1980 Kathleen Allin
2nd runner-up at Miss Oklahoma 1980

Assumed title when Susan Powell was named Miss America 1981
Susan Powell Elk City 21 Miss Oklahoma City Classical Vocal, "The Telephone Aria" Winner Preliminary Talent Award (tie)
1979 Jill Elmore Tulsa 23 Miss Grand Lake Classical Vocal, "Art Is Calling for Me" from The Enchantress by Victor Herbert Non-finalist Talent Award
1978 Kendi Brown Oklahoma City 21 Miss Warr Acres Tap Dance, Medley of songs by Cole Porter
1977 Ellen Wight Tulsa 22 Miss Oklahoma City University Classical Vocal, "The Jewel Song" from Faust Died in December 1979[29]
1976 Lucia Miller Buffalo 21 Miss Tulsa State Fair Trumpet, "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey"
1975 Lisa Reagan Oklahoma City 19 Miss Warr Acres Vocal Medley, "As Time Goes By" & "I Got Love" Former wife of former congressman, Mickey Edwards[citation needed]
1974 Debbie Knight Warr Acres 22 Piano, "Minuet in G Major"
1973 Andrea Hanson Tahlequah 21 Miss Tulsa State Fair Piano / Vocal, "The Homeland Aria" from Die Fledermaus Top 10
1972 Debbie Giannopoulos Oklahoma City 20 Miss Warr Acres Classical vocal from Carmen Contestant at Miss Teenage America 1968 pageant
1971 Susan Supernaw Tulsa 20 Miss Phillips University Acrobatic Jazz Ballet Special Judges' Award
1970 Judy Adams Cushing 20 Miss Oklahoma State University Violin, "The Hot Canary" arranged by Florian ZaBach Top 10 Preliminary Talent Award
1969 Jeanne Gambrell Tulsa 22 Miss University of Tulsa Ballet / Jazz Dance, "Hair" & "Aquarius" from Hair
1968 Beverly Drew Harrah 22 Miss Shawnee Vocal, "Step to the Rear"
1967 Carolyn Denton Muskogee 19 Miss Oklahoma State University Vocal, "Sunshine, Lollipops, and Rainbows"
1966 Sandy Ferguson Miss Lawton
Assumed title when Jayroe was named Miss America 1967
Jane Anne Jayroe Laverne 19 Miss Oklahoma City Vocal / Orchestra Conducting, "1-2-3" Winner Preliminary Talent Award
1965 Sandra Curtis Tulsa 20 Miss Tulsa Dramatic Reading, "Sorry Wrong Number"
1964 Jane Hitch Guymon 18 Miss Guymon Dance
1963 Cheryl Semrad Hassman Waukomis Miss Okeene Speech, "May I Teach Others to Live"
1962 Billi Kay Smith Stroud 19 Miss Stroud Dramatic Reading
1961 Dana Darlene Reno Stigler 20 Miss Stigler Oration with Indian Sign Language
1960 Donna Kay Creed Enid 20 Miss Enid Vocal, "The Sound of Music"
1959 Mary Ann Hazelton Tulsa 19 Piano Non-finalist Talent Award
1958 Anita Bryant Tulsa 18 Vocal, "When the Boys Talk About the Girls" 2nd runner-up
1957 Mary Nancy Denner Alva Poetry Recitation, "The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver" by Edna St. Vincent Millay 2nd runner-up
1956 LaDonna Kramer Loyal Piano
1955 Ann Campbell Oklahoma City Speech & Furniture Design Display 4th runner-up Preliminary Lifestyle & Fitness Award
1954 Charlavan Baker Oklahoma City Dress Design
1953 Lorene Washburn Tulsa Vocal
1952 Shirley Barbour Drama Miss Congeniality
1951 Bobby Jene Simmons Oklahoma City Classical Vocal, "Je Veux Vivre" from Roméo et Juliette Top 10
1950 Louise O'Brien Tulsa Vocal, "Twas Only An Irishman's Dream" 4th runner-up
1949 Georgine R. Leeka Tulsa Vocal
1948 Donna Briggs Tulsa Painting Display 4th runner-up
No Oklahoma representative at Miss America pageant[30][31][32][33]
1943 Joan Marceille Hawk Oklahoma City
No Oklahoma representative at Miss America pageant[34]
1941 Mifaunwy Dolores Shunatona[35] Tulsa Top 15 Miss Congeniality
1940 Ada Martyne Wood Oklahoma City Top 15
1939 Bettye Cornelia Avert Oklahoma City Original Piano & Vocal, "Wondering & Dreaming" 1st runner-up
1938 Marjorie Ann Adams Ada
No Oklahoma representative at Miss America pageant[36][37][38]
No national pageant was held[39]
1933 Joanne Alcorn 16 N/A[40]
Withdrew from the competition due to appendicitis
No national pageants were held[39]
1927 Virginia Howard Tulsa Miss Tulsa N/A[40] Top 5 Competed under local title at national pageant
1926 Norma Smallwood Tulsa 17 Miss Tulsa Winner Swimsuit & Evening Gown First Native American to win Miss America[citation needed]
Competed under local title at national pageant
1925 Fern Marlow Oklahoma City Miss Oklahoma City Multiple Oklahoma representatives

Contestants competed under local title at national pageant
Sue Starkey Tulsa Miss Tulsa
1924 Willie Mae Stockton Oklahoma City Miss Oklahoma City Top 10 Multiple Oklahoma representatives

Contestants competed under local title at national pageant
Rose Everett Tulsa Miss Tulsa
1923 Mary Deen Overly[41] Oklahoma City Miss Oklahoma City Multiple Oklahoma representatives

Contestants competed under local title at national pageant
Constance Crosby[42] Tulsa Miss Tulsa
No Oklahoma representative at Miss America pageants[43][44]


2007-Mabee Center[1]


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