Photo: Goodwin Photography

BRISTOL, VA. On Wednesday, July 3, 2019, JaeceeRae Carr of Johnson City, Tennessee was crowned Jr. Miss Cosmos United States 2019.

JaeceeRae is the 14-year-old daughter of Junior and Whitney Carr and a freshman at University School where she is a cheerleader and excels in track. Carr is very accomplished. She is an Honors Student, a Top Gun All-Star Cheerleader, and a track champion. In 2019, she was named the East Tennessee Regional 100-meter dash champion as well as a Top 12 finisher for the TSSAA Tennessee State track 100-meter dash finalist. She was also awarded the Gold medal in the Presidential Volunteer Service Awards.

In 2015, Carr was awarded the Tennessee Governor’s Volunteer Star Award for her outstanding community service.  At 9 years old, she was the youngest recipient to ever receive this award.

She enjoys tumbling, training for track, watching movies, hanging out with friends, playing with her 2 chihuahuas and shopping.

In addition to her win, Carr was awarded a gold medal in the Presidential Volunteer Service Awards and won the Optional Fitness Competition.

Also awarded medals in the Presidential Volunteer Service Awards are Alexis Bugarin of Hawaii (silver medal) and Olivia Brown representing Southern States (gold medal).

Rounding out the Top 4 are:

3rd runner up: Victoria Robinson of North Carolina

2nd runner up: Harleigh Tadlock of South Carolina

1st runner up: Tessa Weiss of Minnesota

Our Photogenic winner is Oliva Brown who represented the Southern States, and People’s Choice is Victoria Robinson of North Carolina.

In addition to People’s Choice, Robinson also won the Optional Interview competition. Optional Talent was awarded to Bugarin, while State Costume, Optional Runway, and Miss Congeniality were awarded to Amely Sierra of Florida.