From Vanessa Williams to Catwoman: See the most famous Miss Americas ever

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From Vanessa Williams to Catwoman: See the Most Famous Miss Americas Ever!


To celebrate the Miss America pageant this weekend, let's take a trip down memory lane to remember some of the most famous title-holders.

Click through to see the most famous Miss America winners and the careers they went on to have:

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From Vanessa Williams to Catwoman: See the most famous Miss Americas ever

Lee Ann Meriwether won Miss America 1955 in Atlantic City, N.J.

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Meriwether went on to play Catwoman in the original film version of 'Batman' in 1966.

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Mary Ann Mobley, right, won Miss America 1959 in Atlantic City, N.J.

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Mobley went on to star in multiple films with Elvis Presley. She died in 2014 at 77.

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Gretchen Carlson won Miss America 1988 in Atlantic City, N.J.

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Carlson is now the host of 'Fox & Friends' on Fox News.

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Debbye Turner won Miss America 1989 in Atlantic City, N.J.

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Turner later joined CBS News as a feature correspondent and a fill-in anchor.

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Vanessa Williams won Miss America 1984 in Atlantic City, N.J.

She later resigned after Penthouse magazine published sexually explicit photographs of her taken several years earlier.

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Williams is probably the most successful Miss America winner ever. She launched a career as an entertainer, earning multiple Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award nominations.

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