Here She Comes ... Miss America Graces the Set of Pyramid

Six Miss Americas Take on Six of This Year's Miss America Contestants


Pyramid host Donny Osmond welcomes Miss America 2003 Erika Harold, along with five former Miss Americas, who will challenge six of this year's Miss America contestants to raise money for Miss America scholarship programs.

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Viewers from across the nation will be able to tune in to catch up with former Miss Americas such as Angela Baraquio Grey (2001), Heather French Henry (2000), Katie Harman (2002), Gretchen Carlson (1989) and Susan Powell (1981). They will also be able to get a sneak peak at some of the current state titleholders who will be vying for this year's crown on September 20. Bringing their beauty and grace to the set of Pyramid will be Allison Kellogg (Miss Mississippi), Laurie Beth Gray (Miss Rhode Island), Drell Hunter (Miss Vermont), MacKenzie Mayes (Miss Kentucky), Ericka Dunlap (Miss Florida) and Candace Mari Otto (Miss Pennsylvania).

Find out which one of these incredible young women will conquer the Pyramid when these special episodes air on Sept. 17, 18 and 19, the week leading up to the 2003 Miss America Competition. Check your local listings for times and station or visit .

September 17, 2003

Episode #2019 -- Erika Harold (Miss America 2003) and Susan Powell (Miss America 1981) with Laurie Beth Gray (Miss Rhode Island 2003) and Candace Mari Otto (Miss Pennsylvania 2003)

September 18, 2003

Episode #2018 -- Heather French Henry (Miss America 2000) and Angela Baraquio Grey (Miss America 2001) with Drell Hunter (Miss Vermont 2003) and Allison Kellogg (Miss Mississippi 2003)

September 19, 2003

Episode #2020 -- Gretchen Carlson (Miss America 1989) and Katie Harman (Miss America 2002) with MacKenzie Mayes (Miss Kentucky 2003) and Ericka Dunlap (Miss Florida 2003)

As the world's largest provider of scholarship assistance for young women and one of the nation's leading achievement programs, The Miss America Organization made available more than $45 million in cash and tuition scholarship assistance last year. Based in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the Miss America Organization provides young women with a vehicle to further their personal and professional goals and instills a spirit of community service through a variety of unique nationwide community-based programs.

Additional information about the Miss America Organization can be found at .

Pyramid is produced and distributed by Sony Pictures Television (SPT). Stephen Brown is executive producer and Harry Friedman ("Wheel of Fortune," "Jeopardy!") serves as executive consultant.

Additional information and a complete station list for Pyramid can be found at .

Sony Pictures Television is one of the television industry's leading content providers. SPT produces and distributes top rated, award-winning programming in every genre, including series, movies and family entertainment for network and cable television; first-run syndicated series; off-network syndicated programs; and theatrical releases. SPT ( ) is a Sony Pictures Entertainment company.

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