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We have put together a feature length highlight video for the Miss Michigan and Miss Michigan Outstanding Teen 2021. In the video you will find the introduction to all the contestants, crowning and awards, selected talent showcase, special guest Pam Eldred (1969 Miss Michigan, 1970 Miss America), and introducing this year's Miss Michigan Princesses.


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Miss Michigan

Vivian Zhong of Northville - Miss Spirit of the State was crowned 2021 Miss Michigan on June 19, at the Frauenthal Center in Muskegon, Michigan. She also earned a $10,000 scholarship and will represent Michigan to compete in the 2021 Miss America in December. From MissMichigan.org "Zhong is an aspiring pediatric oncologist, my passion lies in working with children who are affected by illness. “Golden Warriors of Pediatric Cancer – Fight Like a Kid” supports patients with pediatric cancer, survivors and their families while raising funds for research. As Miss Michigan, I will continue my work with state and national programs including the Miss America Organization’s national platform, the Children’s Miracle Network, to advocate for children suffering from cancer. "

The Miss Michigan runner-ups are:
First runner-up: Miss Monroe County Madalyn Poupard, 19 of Monroe, second runner-up: Miss River Raisin Festival Sydney Papenhagen, 23 of Blissfield, third runner-up: Miss Wayne County Emma Seidel, 23 of West Bloomfield, fourth runner-up: Miss Sunrise Side Shelby Lentz, 24 of Kalamazoo.


Miss Michigan's Outstanding Teen

Riley Dewley, 17 years old from Grand Blanc was crowned as 2021 Miss Michigan’s Outstanding Teen on June 18, at the Frauenthal Center in Muskegon, Michigan. Apart from the title, she also earned a $1000 scholarship from the Miss Michigan Scholarship Program. She will also represent Michigan at the Miss America's Outstanding Teen Competition this July in Orlando, Florida. From MissMischigan.org "I am a teen who is combating heart disease and I know how important it is to stay heart healthy. By creating Start Heart Smart, I have had the opportunity to go into local schools and speak about how our choices affect the way our hearts function. I use the acronym H.E.A.R.T. (healthy, exercise, avoid, reduce, and think) to explain to children and teens how to be heart healthy. I will rise above my disease and help others. It is imperative to teach and encourage healthy behaviors in children."

The Outstanding Teen runners ups are:
First runner-up Miss Great Lakes Bay’s Outstanding Teen Kylie D’Andrea, Second runner-up Miss Spirit of the State’s Outstanding Teen Marissa Carson, Third runner-up Miss Saginaw County’s Outstanding Teen Isabella Vesprini, Fourth runner-up Miss Shoreline’s Outstanding Teen Grace Larsen.


To learn more about the Miss Michigan Scholarship Program, visit MissMichigan.org