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Miss USA 2014 contestants compete for top 15 finalists
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There are plenty of favorites for the top 15 in the Miss USA 2014 pageant, according to a June 6 Washington Post report. The Donald Trump owned Miss USA 2014 live pageant coverage and TV broadcast is tonight, and many people will tune in to watch all the glamour and glitz of this famous pageant. Of course, everyone is most interested in who the Miss USA 2014 winner will be. Plus, during the top six finalists, viewers will be able to help save their favorite by tweeting #SaveTheQueen and a mystery word revealed during the live broadcast.

This past Thursday, the 51 2014 Miss USA contestants participated in an interview round to determine their life philosophies and plans for the title should she win it. The questions are actually one of the most interesting things about this pageant because they are often more controversial than the questions given in other famous pageants. The top 15 contestants will be chosen before the three hour coverage of the pageant kicks off.

The favorites to be among the Miss USA 2014 top 15 are Miss California USA Cassandra K., Miss Nevada USA Nia S., Miss North Dakota USA Audra M., Miss Florida USA Brittany O., Miss Alabama USA Jesica A., Miss Ohio USA Madison G., Miss Georgia USA Tiana G., Miss Louisiana USA Brittany G., Miss Hawaii USA Moani H., Miss Tennessee USA Kristy N., Miss Minnesota USA Haley O., Miss Virginia USA Arielle R., Miss Maryland USA Taylor B., Miss Oklahoma USA Brooklynne Y., and Miss Iowa USA Carlyn B. Miss Oklahoma USA Brooklynne Y. is considered among the favorites in the pageant, and she is the one to watch when tuning in tonight.

Tune into NBC, channel 4 in Oklahoma City, for the Miss USA 2014 live results starting at 7 p.m. CDT. Tonight's Miss USA live stream pageant coverage is available on the Miss USA website for smartphones, tablets, computers, and other streaming media devices for those who cannot watch the pageant on TV. Be sure to tune in to watch the Miss USA 2014 winner crowned live from the Baton Rouge River Center.