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Miss USA 2023 Announces Title Resignation, Citing Mental Health Struggles

Miss United States Noelia Voigt poses during the press junket for the 72nd Miss Universe pageant at Jimnacio Nacional Jose Adolfo Pineda on November 17, 2023 in San Salvador, El Salvador. (Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images)

OAN’s Brooke Mallory
1:40pm – Monday, May 6, 2024

The beautiful and caring Miss USA of 2023 will officially return her title.


Noelia Vogt, 24, said this on Instagram on May 6th.th She says she plans to give up the prestigious title to pay more attention to her mental health.

Voight said: “I know this may be a big shock to many people. Never put your physical or mental health at risk.” She also thanked her fans and coaches for their “unwavering support.” .

“In life, I strongly believe in the importance of making decisions that are best for yourself and your mental health.As individuals, we grow by going through different things in life. My journey as Miss USA, where I proudly represented Utah and then America at Miss Universe, was very rewarding. “Sadly, I have made the very difficult decision to decline the title of Miss USA in 2023,” Vogt wrote.

“I would like to thank my fans, old and new, my family, friends, coaches, former state and local coaches, and my beloved Miss Teen USA, Uma Sophia, for their love and support. The opportunity to form lifelong friendships and connections while competing in pageants, Miss USA, and Miss Universe is something I will forever be grateful for,” she continued.

(Photo provided by: @noeliavoigt public Instagram)

Mr. Vogt is smile train And championing other causes that address dating violence prevention and anti-bullying is her favorite part of her experience as Miss USA.

She also talked about what it means to be the first Venezuelan-American woman to win.

“I never could have imagined the journey my childhood dream would take me on,” she continued in the text-based photo. “Consistent and consistent hard work and dedication have gotten me to where I am today. And competing in pageants and sharing my journey with you all for the past seven years has made my dreams come true. I hope it inspires you to never give up, whatever it is.”

“When I think about the stage I was given to make a difference, how it felt to accomplish a lifelong dream, and connect with people all over the world, just like I said I would do on the Miss USA stage. My heart is filled with eternal gratitude,” Vogt added. “Deep down, I know this is just the beginning of a new chapter for me, and my hope is that I continue to encourage others to remain steadfast and take care of their spiritual and Prioritize your health, use your voice to advocate for yourself and others, and continue to inspire yourself to never be afraid to think about what the future holds, even if it feels uncertain. please.”

Mr. Vogt was selected 72nd place.n.d. Winner of Miss USA in Reno, Nevada in September 2023. Before winning the title of Miss USA in 2020, she was crowned Miss University of Alabama. She also competed in the Miss Universe pageant in El Salvador.

Before being named Miss USA, Vogt reportedly also studied interior design at the National Academy of Design in the United Kingdom and the University of Alabama. Additionally, she is the author of a children’s book called “Maddie the Brave” and is also a qualified esthetician.

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