The title for Miss USA 2022 goes to...

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On Oct. 3,  R'Bonney Gabriel was crowned the 71st Miss USA over a live show.

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For the second consecutive year, Zuri Hall served as the host, with Julissa Bermudez and Micah Jesse.

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The brilliant classical pianist Chloe Flower also gave a special performance that evening.

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The event this year took place at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada.

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R'Bonney, a Filipina American, served as Texas' first Asian American representative. 

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R'Bonney, 28, is a skilled fashion designer and even created some of the outfits she wore on stage.

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She also owns a clothing brand called 'R'Bonney Nola', comprising of t-shirts, dresses, and jeans.

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Viewers can keep up with R'Bonney's preparations for the Miss Universe pageant by following her on Instagram or the Miss USA Instagram.

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