FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 32 YEARS, FORMER MISS AMERICA VANESSA WILLIAMS RETURNS TO THE STAGE FOR THE 95TH ANNIVERSARY BROADCAST WILLIAMS WILL SERVE AS HEAD JUDGE OF THE “2016 MISS AMERICA …
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Organisers of the Miss America pageant have apologised to actress Vanessa Williams, 32 years after she was forced to hand back her title. Williams was the first black woman to be named Miss America in 1983 but resigned after a …
Singer, actress and former Miss America, Vanessa Williams, harbored a secret that she could not reveal until now. In a telling interview featured in the latest issue of People Magazine, Williams finally reveals details about the sexual abuse …
On the red carpet at the New York City premiere of "Daytime Divas," star Vanessa Williams talks with Access Hollywood about the show. How has her real-life experience helped her prepare? Plus, she talks about going blonde for the role! …
Syracuse University announced Tuesday that one of its most famous alumni will sing the "Star-Spangled Banner" at this weekend's hotly anticipated Syracuse-Duke showdown. SU alumna Vanessa Williams will sing the National Anthem …
Vanessa Williams will be bringing a night of songs from Broadway shows and pop hits to the Ridgefield Playhouse on Saturday, Nov. 4. Williams will be singing numbers from the 2002 revival of “Into the Woods,” which earned her Tony …
Miss America CEO Sam Haskell opened the event by publicly apologizing to Vanessa. "On behalf of today's organization, I want to apologize for anything that was said or done that made you feel any less the Miss America you are and the …
Vanessa Williams will forever hold the distinction of being the first African American Miss America less than 15 years after the pageant even allowed African American women to compete. That should not only be a source of pride and …