Interview with Miss Indian World Taylor Susan


Posted By Paul G May 7th, 2018 Blog



On the evening of Saturday, April 28, 2018 before a sold-out crowd of 10,000+ attendees, including a record 3,600+ registered dancers, Taylor Susan, age 25, was crowned the 35th Miss Indian World. A member of the White Mountain Apache/Walker River Paiute tribes, Susan was one of 30 contestants vying for the prestigious title.  Taylor, who hails from White River, Arizona impressed the judge's panel throughout the competition which spanned four days.  Taylor is a student at the University of Arizona and is the daughter of Anize Susan and Lloyd Susan. – From GatheringofNations.com

Hear from your new Miss Indian World below:



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2 thoughts on “Interview with Miss Indian World Taylor Susan

  1. Seasaidh says:

    Hello Beautiful 🎆 Greetings from Scotland ✌ 😊 No questions, just á Quick hello ís all. Have à lovely Day.

  2. Ernie Sandy says:

    In all of the contestants for the Miss Indian World, Gathering of Nations Pow (April 26 – 28, 2018), there was more than physical beauty, there was spiritual beauty as well as a feeling of sisterhood. The pride in Indigenous culture, heritage, language and history was well represented by all of the contestants. I offer my congratulations to “Taylor Susan, age 25, who was crowned the 35th Miss Indian World. A member of the White Mountain Apache/Walker River Paiute tribes, Susan was one of 30 contestants vying for the prestigious title.”

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