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The Newly Crowned Miss California Teen USA 2011, Alexis Swanstrom, Rancho Mirage, CA on Nov. 21, 2010 The Newly Crowned Miss California Teen USA 2010, Emma Baker, on-stage at the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage, CA on Nov. 22, 2009 Miss California Teen USA 2009, Chelsea Gilligan, attending the "Beauty of California Dinner" at The Riviera Resort & Spa, Palm Springs, CA on Nov. 21, 2009 Kylee Lin, Miss California Teen USA 2007, at the Pirates of the Caribbean 3 movie premiere The Miss California Teen USA competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of California in the Miss Teen USA pageant. This pageant is part of the Miss Universe Organization, owned by Donald Trump.[1] Historically, California is the sixth most successful state at Miss Teen USA [1]. They have also had the fifth highest number of placements (semi-finalist and above) [2]. The most successful Miss California Teen USA was Shauna Gambill, who won the Miss Teen USA crown. She later became the only Californian teen to cross over to the Miss California USA crown. At Miss USA 1998, Gambill placed first-runner up to Shawnae Jebbia of Massachusetts, in what is widely considered to be one of the closest and most controversial decisions in recent years. She was later named Miss World USA 1998 and was a semi-finalist at the 1998 Miss World pageant. In the 1980s, the pageant was directed by Richard Guy and Rex Holt, who also oversaw the Miss California USA, Miss Texas USA and Miss Texas Teen USA pageants. They lost the contract in 1990, when it came up for renewal.[2] The pageant was later directed by Carolee Munger, and is currently directed by K2 Productions. At the beginning K2 Productions was directed by former Miss Teen USA 1995 Keylee Sue Sandersand Keith Lewis. However K2 Productions is now directed by Keith and former Miss New Mexico Teen USA 1988 and Miss New Mexico USA 1994 Jill Vasquez Foley. Jill was in the Top 10 at Miss Teen USA 1988. During the Munger era, the pageant was held in Fresno in early September, but after K2 Productions took over the state the 2006 pageant was staged in Palm Springs[3] and the 2007 event in San Rafael. The Miss California Teen USA system used to run various official local pageants that fed into the state pageant, but these were later replaced by unofficial local events. Local pageant winners compete alongside at-large delegates at the state events.[4] In recent years, Miss California Teen USA titleholders have been invited to red-carpet movie premieres, such as that for Santa Clause 3 attended by Kylee Lin,[5] and She's the Man, attended by Jessica Powell.[6] Contents 1 Results summary 1.1 Placements 1.2 Awards 2 Winners 3 References 4 External links Results summary Placements Miss Teen USAs: Shauna Gene Gambill (1994) First runners-up: Jennifer Morgan (2002) Second runners-up: Michelle Kathlene Cardamon (1996), Chelsea Gilligan (2009), Emma Baker (2010) Fourth runners-up: Stephanie Brink (2005) Top 6: Natasha Allas (1992) Top 10: Shawn Gardner (1983), Angi Aylor (1987), Casey McClain (2001) Top 12: Trisha Robey (1990), Kellie Foster-Moore (1995) Top 15: Taylor Atkins (2008) Awards Best State Costume: Alison Moreno (1988) Miss Photogenic: Angi Aylor (1987) Best in Swimsuit: Natasha Allas (1992) Winners Year Name Hometown Age1 Placement at Miss Teen USA Special awards at Miss Teen USA Notes 2011 Alexis Swanstrom San Diego 17 2nd Runner-Up at Miss California Teen USA 2009 2010 Emma Baker Poway 18 2nd runner-up 2009 Chelsea Gilligan Beaumont 18 2nd runner-up 2008 Taylor Atkins Piru 17 Top 15 2007 Kylee Lin San Rafael 16 2006 Jessica Powell Barstow 18 2005 Stephanie Brink Bellflower 18 4th runner-up 2004 Stacey Beltran Oxnard 18 Miss California Teen International 2005 2003 Shannon Byrne Vacaville 18 2002 Jennifer Morgan Alpine 17 1st runner-up 2001 Casey McClain[7] San Marcos 18 Semi-finalist 2000 Alexandra Thompson Vacaville 15 1999 Marianne Kennedy Long Beach 17 1998 Amanda O'Leary[8] Fullerton 19 1997 Kimberly Gloudemans Bakersfield 16 1st runner-up to National Sweetheart 2001 1996 Michelle Cardamon San Diego 18 2nd runner-up 1995 Kellie Foster-Moore Fresno Semi-finalist 1994 Shauna Gambill[9] Acton Miss Teen USA Later Miss California USA 1998, 1st runner up at Miss USA 1998 Represented the United States at Miss World 1998 (Top 10). 1993 Stefanie Sweeney El Dorado Hills 1992 Natasha Allas Los Angeles 18 Finalist Later Miss World USA 1999,[10] semi-finalist at Miss World 1999 1991 Jolene Fulkner Yorba Linda 14 Youngest ever Miss California Teen USA[11] 1990 Trisha Robey Semi-finalist 1989 Michealean Bonilla 1988 Alison Moreno El Toro Best State Costume Disqualified from competing at the national pageant after she left her room without a chaperone, contrary to pageant rules.[12] 1987 Angi Aylor[13] El Toro 14 Semi-finalist (6th)[14] Miss Photogenic (tie) 2nd runner up in Miss World USA 1994 1986 Michelle Lowell Ontario 1985 Sharon Gunther Clovis 1984 Jodie Alvarez San Pedro 1983 Shawn Gardner Modesto Semi-finalist Placed 1st runner-up in state pageant, assumed title when winner resigned title to get married.[15] 1 Age at the time of the Miss Teen USA pageant References ^ McBride, Jennifer (2005-11-02). "Life is more than pageants for Miss LG Teen". Los Gatos Weekly Times. http://www.community-newspapers.com/archives/lgwt/20051102/lg-at1.shtml. Retrieved 2007-01-27.  ^ Woodbury, Richard (1990-03-05). "Profits In Poise and Pulchritude". Time Magazine. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,969535,00.html. Retrieved 2007-01-27.  ^ Riviera Resort (2005-09-04). "Palm Springs Most Famous Resort is Now the Most Beautiful". Press release. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/8/prweb269552.htm. Retrieved 2007-01-27.  ^ Tompson, Renee (2000-09-01). "County women hope to smile way to victories". CNN. http://archives.cnn.com/2000/LOCAL/pacific/09/01/ven.missteenusa/index.html. Retrieved 2007-01-27.  ^ Walt Disney Pictures. "World Premiere THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE Sunday, October 29 at The El Capitan Theater". Press release. http://www.seeing-stars.com/meet/MoviePremierePressReleases/SantaClause3.shtml. Retrieved 2007-01-26.  ^ Wireimage.com photo gallery. Retrieved 2007-01-26 ^ Sheshadri, Triveni (2001-08-12). "Beauty queen going for Miss Teen USA crown". The San Diego Union-Tribune.  ^ "Fullerton Fast Facts / In the Know". Fullerton News Tribune. 1997-09-04. p. 03.  ^ Smith, Sharon (1994-04-04). "Highland Valedictorian wins Miss California Teen USA". Los Angeles Daily News. p. SC2.  ^ PR Newswire (2000-07-31). "Natasha Allas - Reigning Miss World USA - Available for Interviews at Republican Convention". Press release.  ^ Gaede, Susan (1991-05-23). "Yorba Linda teen is pride of California". The Orange County Register. p. 04.  ^ Grimaldi, James (1988-05-27). "Teen barred from pageant seen without chaperone // `She left her hallway, was reported missing'". The Orange County Register. p. A03.  ^ Heffernan, Lillian (1987-05-12). "Beauty is hard work // Angi Aylor is on the runway to success after taking time off from contests". The Orange County Register. p. 03.  ^ Heffernan, Lillian (1987-07-23). "Teen beauty queen from El Toro places sixth in national contest". The Orange County Register. p. 13.  ^ Williams, Walt (1983-07-19). "Modestan Dons Miss Teen Crown". 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