Miss America 2010 winner Video

Miss Virginia Caressa Cameron, 22, of Fredericksburg, Va., was named the 2010 Miss America out of a total of 53 contestants on Saturday night in Las Vegas.

The show was hosted by actor Mario Lopez and the panel of judges included radio host Rush Limbaugh, actress Vivica Fox, musician Dave Koz, Miss America 2002 Katie Harman, gymnast Shawn Johnson and former "American Idol" finalist Brooke White.

According to the Associated Press, Cameron won a $50,000 scholarship after singing Beyonce's "Listen" from "Dreamgirls" and telling kids they should get outside more often. She is a broadcast journalism student at Virginia Commonwealth University, and wants to become an anchor.

Miss California Kristy Cavinder was the first runner-up and took home $25,000.

According to the AP, Cameron, Cavinder and Miss Michigan Nicole Blaszczyk each won $2,000 this week for winning talent competitions among three split fields of contestants.

Miss Oregon CC Barber, Miss New York Alyse Zwick and Miss Puerto Rico Mimi Pabon each won $1,000 in nightly swimsuit competitions.

Miss Oklahoma Taylor Treat won the $6,000 Quality of Life award, given to the contestant judged to excel most in volunteerism and community service.

The top 15 contestants were Miss Oklahoma Taylor Treat, Miss Arkansas Sarah Slocum, Miss Kentucky Mallory Ervin, Miss Tennessee Stefanie Wittler, Miss Colorado Katie Layman, Miss California Kristy Cavinder, Miss Indiana Nicole Pollard, Miss Hawaii Raeceen Woolford, Miss Louisiana Katherine Putnam, Miss District of Columbia Jennifer Corey, Miss New Mexico Nicole Miner, Miss Virginia Caressa Cameron, Miss Texas Kristen Blair, Miss Nebraska Brittany Jeffers and Miss Oregon CC Barber.

Miss America 2010 winner Miss Virginia Caressa Cameron video

Miss America 2010 Highlights Video

Caressa Cameron Singing a Song Beyonce's "Listen"

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