Miss America 2016 News
Vanessa Williams Talks Career, Miss America and the Best Revenge With Rebecca Jarvis
Vanessa Williams is an actress, singer, dancer, author, and mother of four who first rose to fame in 1983 when she was the first African-American woman crowned Miss America . But the pageant board asked her to resign her title the next year after nude photos of Williams appeared unauthorized in
Vanessa Williams On Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis
Episode 87: Vanessa Williams talks to Rebecca about her career, overcoming setbacks and the best revenge.
Former Mrs. America Accused and Other Beauty Queens Behaving Badly
Jennifer Susan Kline could facing prison time after allegedly making fraudulent returns at a Macy's, but she's not the first pageant contestant to get in trouble with authorities.
Inky the Octopus Escapes From National Aquarium of New Zealand
Inky escaped his tank when the lid was left ajar but luckily ended up in a drain hole that leads back to the ocean.
Vanessa Williams Reveals Plans for New Album
Vanessa Williams is returning to her musical roots. The former Miss America -- who’s also a Grammy Award-nominated, chart-topping chanteuse and a Tony Award-nominated Broadway star -- has plans for a new album. Williams told ABC News that she hopes to have it out by "the first of the year. “I'm
'After The View': March 16, 2016
Kirsten Haglund co-hosts and chats forgetting first love, mistakes that will scar your marriage, & more hot topics!
Former Miss America Contestant Dies After Car Crash
Cara McCollum, 24, died a week after being involved in an accident on a New Jersey highway.
Beyonce's Controversial Halftime Show Angers Giuliani
Was Beyonce's halftime performance the wrong time to send a political message?
Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez 'Cried a Ton' After Mistaken Crowning
Ariadna Gutierrez, 22, said the crowning error by Miss Universe host Steve Harvey affected her deeply.
The Note: Trump Takes To the Airwaves
NOTABLES --WATCH DONALD TRUMP'S FIRST TV AD: Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has unveiled the first television ad of his 2016 campaign. The real estate mogul said in a statement that he now plans to spend roughly $2 million per week on television advertising, ABC’s RYAN STRUYK