Wednesday, September 19, 2007

News Anchor and Former Chiefs Cheerleader Najahe Hall Competes for the title of Mrs. America 

Posted by James at 12:55 PM ET

She has already won the title of Mrs. Louisiana America and in early September KSLA News 12 TV Morning and Noon News Anchor Najahe Hall joined 50 other women to compete for the coveted title Mrs. America in Tucson, Arizona.

In the end Najahe made it to the final competition thanks in part to her wonderful Mardi Gras costume courtesy of Shreveport, Louisiana’s own Krewe of Apollo. Najahe won the national costume contest and placed among the original Mrs. America Top 10 (the original Mrs. America top 10 was based on judges’ scores, 50% interview, 25% swimsuit, 25% evening gown.) The finals will be shown on the “WE” Network on September 21st and will air a number of times throughout the year on WE TV.

Najahe now returns to the state of Louisiana where she will continue her reign as Mrs. Louisiana America promoting her platform “being a voice for underprivileged children across the state of Louisiana.” Najahe says “After hurricanes Rita and Katrina a number of social service organizations that meet the needs of underprivileged children were devastated.” As Mrs. Louisiana America I look forward to being a part of the rebirth of the organizations, brining attention to their needs, and working with children on a mentorship basis. “I encourage people across the state of Louisiana and the nation to take part in this monumental effort.”

You can watch video of Najahe competing for the title of Mrs. America and learn more about Najahe’s platform by going to the Mrs. Louisiana America website: MrsLouisiannaAmerica.com.

Najahe Hall

Najahe Hall

Najahe Hall

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