The Annual Mister America Competition

The Annual Mister America Competition


-I don’t need to explain
to anyone why historically the tradition of beauty pageants
is problematic. Women’s looks were judged
more than their accomplishments. And the only place with more
creepy old men hanging around was Jeffrey Epstein’s
private plane. [ Audience ohhs ] But we want to applaud
the Miss America competition, which recently rebranded
as Miss America 2.0, swapping swimsuits
for social platforms. [ Cheers and applause ]
That’s what’s up. Yes. But superficial traditions
are still perpetuated in pageants like Miss USA
and Miss Universe and for men in pageants
like Mr. Universe. They’re being judged
solely on their bodies. Plus, y’all,
the entire universe? Nah. Some alien is probably
tuning in from space like, “My tentacles
are way hotter, sir.” So, with all of that in mind, we’ve decided to give
male pageants a makeover. That’s right.
Tonight we are having our very own competition for…
Miser America! [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ Let’s meet our contestants. -Hi. I’m Chappelle. I’m from Michigan,
the “Mitten State.” [ Cheers and applause ]
-My name’s Dylan, representing the beautiful state
of California. My favorite small-talk subject
is traffic. [ Cheers and applause ] -I’m Brandon, representing the
great state of Massachusetts, home of Harvard, Fenway Park,
and baked beans. I’m practically
an Affleck brother. -I’m Will, representing Alabama, the denim cut-off
capital of the world. -Hey. I’m Colin from Colorado. And the only thing higher
than Colorado is me right now. [ Cheers and applause ] -Hi. I’m Nick representing Iowa, the home of either
potatoes or corn. Nobody can remember. [ Cheers and applause ] -Yo, it’s Ron from Florida, the state most likely to elect
an alligator for governor. What up, Florida? [ Cheers and applause ] -Hi. I’m Andy from Texas. They say everything is bigger
in Texas, and I’m here to tell you…
that’s not always the case. [ Laughter ] -What’s up? I’m Colbert from the
great Empire State of New York! [ Cheers and applause ] I love being around animals,
and that’s great because in New York City
we have 8 million rats. -I’m Ray.
I’m representing Puerto Rico. We’re not technically a state, but, I mean,
that’s on you guys, so… -Give it up for our
Mister America contestants. Now let’s meet
our incredible judges. Please welcome Adam Rippon
and Iliza Shlesinger. [ Cheers and applause ]
Adam, talk to me. What are you looking for
in a Mister America? -You know what?
What I’m looking for — I’m looking for someone
who has a good sense of humor. Somebody who’s just so tired of
being judged by their hot body. Which I feel like —
I see you, I get it. I feel you. -And, Iliza, what are you
looking for in a Mister America? -I am looking for someone
who is a good listener. -Let’s give it up
for our judges, everybody.

32 thoughts on “The Annual Mister America Competition

  1. i feel so bad for any individual who takes this person seriously, as if she believes in what she says, shes such a tool.

  2. "For The Each is Own". When you think that you is going to celebrate a win? Anyhow? You did. Anyways! Nice job & thanks, for playing video.

  3. She does realise that there literally is already a Mister america pageant, right? Like this isn't a revolutionary idea.

  4. This was so so good!! I was smiling throughout!! This was a fantastic idea Lilly!! The show needs more of your positive vibes and I was definitely feeling them with this content! 😊xx

  5. Love this segment. The guys are so cute and I wasn’t expecting the awesome choreo in the beginning.
    You should make that a monthly competition!

  6. I hate all these negative comments because at the end of the day she’s got more fame than any of y’all so really she’s the better one. 😂

  7. Finally I know that I'm not the only one who's always thinking why no aliens are ever represented in Miss Universe. I bet they are beautiful and smart too. I mean, they are smart enough not to make contact with people💁

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