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The 2018 Miss America contestants are gearing up for the final round of the competition, and fans are making their top 10 Miss America 2018 predictions. If you’re wondering who is on the list, keep on reading for facts about the Miss America contest.

On Sunday, contestants of the Miss America pageant of 2018 will have to overcome one more obstacle before advancing to the top 10. Sam Haskell, the CEO of the Miss America Organization, says seven pageant women who make it to the top 10 will have to answer a unique personality question before five of them move on to a second question. “It’s an opportunity to know who they are,” he said. “We decided to add a second question.” Contestants will not be able to prepare for it as it’s not about their platform–so, it will surely be an interesting part of the contest to see!

The official Miss America 2018 date of kick-off was September 6 in New Jersey, beginning with a parade. Sunday’s pageant will mark the 97th competition of its kind. The contestants showed off their state-specific footwear in the annual “Show Us Your Shoes” parade, and are striving to succeed each challenge to surpass the achievements of Savvy Shields, last year’s winner and former Miss Arkansas. The judges’ panel includes American Idol winner and singer Jordin Sparks, model and actress Molly Sims, Editorial Director of People magazine and Entertainment Weekly Jess Cagle, and country musician Thomas Rhett.

Full Contestant List

Miss Alabama 2017: Jessica Procter

Miss Alaska 2017: Angelina Klapperich

Miss Arizona 2017: MaddieRose Holler

Miss Arkansas 2017: Maggie Benton

Miss California 2017: Jillian Smith

Miss Colorado 2017: Meredith Winnefeld

Miss Connecticut 2017: Eliza Kanner

Miss Delaware 2017: Chelsea Bruce

Miss District of Columbia 2017: Briana Kinsey

Miss Florida 2017: Sara Zeng

Miss Georgia 2017: Alyssa Beasley

Miss Hawaii 2017: Kathryn Teruya

Miss Idaho 2017: Taylor Lance

Miss Illinois 2017: Abby Foster

Miss Indiana 2017: Haley Begay

Miss Iowa 2017: Chelsea Dubczak

Miss Kansas 2017: Krystian Fish

Miss Kentucky 2017: Molly Matney

Miss Louisiana 2017: Laryssa Bonacquisti

Miss Maine 2017: Katie Elliott

Miss Maryland 2017: Kathleen Masek

Miss Massachusetts 2017: Jillian Zucco

Miss Michigan 2017: Heather Kendrick

Miss Minnesota 2017: Brianna Drevlow

Miss Mississippi 2017: Anne Elizabeth Buys

Miss Missouri 2017: Jennifer Davis

Miss Montana 2017: Maddie Murray

Miss Nebraska 2017: Allison Tietjen

Miss Nevada 2017: Andrea Martinez

Miss New Hampshire 2017: Lauren Percy

Miss New Jersey 2017: Kaitlyn Schoeffel

Miss New Mexico 2017: Taylor Rey

Miss New York 2017: Gabrielle Walter

Miss North Carolina 2017: Victoria Huggins

Miss North Dakota 2017: Cara Mund

Miss Ohio 2017: Sarah Clapper

Miss Oklahoma 2017: Triana Browne

Miss Oregon 2017: Harley Emery

Miss Pennsylvania 2017: Katie Schreckengast

Miss Rhode Island 2017: Nicolette Peloquin

Miss South Carolina 2017: Suzi Roberts

Miss South Dakota 2017: Miranda Mack

Miss Tennessee 2017: Caty Davis

Miss Texas 2017: Margana Wood

Miss Utah 2017: JessiKate Riley

Miss Vermont 2017: Erin Connor

Miss Virginia 2017: Cecili Weber

Miss Washington 2017: Nicole Renard

Miss West Virginia 2017: Tamia Hardy

Miss Wisconsin 2017: McKenna Collins

Miss Wyoming 2017: Cheyenne Buyert