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The Miss Universe Organization has named a new Miss USA following the unexpected resignation of the previous winner and Miss Teen USA.

The pageant world was taken aback by the sudden departures last week, with both winners stepping down due to personal and mental health reasons.

Savannah Gankiewicz, 28, from Hawaii, was crowned the new Miss USA 2023 on Wednesday.

Hailing from Maui, Gankiewicz is a model and the leader of a female empowerment non-profit organization, according to the Associated Press. She was the first runner-up in the pageant last September and accepted her new title at a special ceremony attended by Hawaii Governor Josh Green, as reported by Hawaii News Now.

Gankiewicz will hold the Miss USA title until August.

She succeeds Noelia Voigt, 24, a former Miss Utah, who resigned on May 6 due to mental health reasons. Voigt expressed gratitude to her supporters and emphasized the importance of prioritizing physical and mental well-being.

Miss Teen USA UmaSofia Srivastava, 17, also resigned shortly after Voigt, further impacting the Miss Universe Organization, which oversees both pageants. Srivastava, a former Miss New Jersey Teen USA, stated that her personal values no longer aligned with the organization’s direction.

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