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Miss Warner Robins named 2015 Miss Georgia

11:30 p.m.: Miss Warner Robins Betty Cantrell was named Miss Georgia Saturday night at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in front of a packed house.

She won the talent competition for her opera performance. First runner-up was Miss Capital City Adeline Kenerly and second runner-up was Miss Cobb County Patricia Ford.

Miss Macon's Victoria Smith was named Miss Georgia's Outstanding Teen.

She performed tap dance. The first runner-up was Miss West Point Lake Elizabeth Stanford and second runner-up was Miss Starr's Mill Yuri-Grace Ohashi.

The winner of the Miss Georgia pageant will go on to compete in the 2015 Miss America pageant that will air Sept. 13 at 9 p.m. on ABC.

Miss Phenix City's Meg McDuffin won the title of Miss Alabama earlier this month.

Miss America's Outstanding Teen Olivia McMillan, who was Miss Georgia's Outstanding Teen, performed twice, opening the night with the national anthem and then delivering an emotional performance later in the night.

The semifinalists for Miss Georgia were Warner Robins, Troup County, International City, Southeast Georgia, Fulton County, Capital City, Presidential Pathways, Cobb County, Apple Capital and Conyers.

The semifinalists for Miss Georgiaís Outstanding Teen were Greater Atlanta, Fayette County, Middle West, Capital City, North Georgia, West Point Lake, Historic Southern Plains, Macon, Warner Robins and Starr's Mill.

10:55 p.m.: The finalists for Miss Georgia are Miss Warner Robins Betty Cantrell, Miss Troup County Brooke Doss, Miss Cobb County Patricia Ford, Miss Capital City Adeline Kenerly and Miss Fulton County Camille Sims.

10 p.m.: Miss Macon Victoria Smith was named Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen.

She performed tap dance. First runner-up was Miss West Point Lake Elizabeth Stanford and second runner-up was Miss Starr’s Mill Yuri-Grace Ohashi.

8 p.m. The semifinalists for Miss Georgia were named around 8 p.m. They are: Warner Robins, Troup County, International City, Southeast Georgia, Fulton County, Capital City, Presidential Pathways, Cobb County, Apple Capital and Conyers.

The semifinalists for Miss Georgia's Outstanding Teen are: Greater Atlanta, Fayette County, Middle West, Capital City, North Georgia, West Point Lake, Historic Southern Plains, Macon, Warner Robins and Starr’s Mill.

7:30 p.m. After three nights of preliminaries, it's finally time to name the next Miss Georgia.

The show started at 7:30 p.m. and includes the Outstanding Teen portion of the competition as well.

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