American television personality Leanza Cornett (Leanza Cornett) and former Miss America winner died earlier this month from head injuries at the age of 49.
Both the Miss America organization and her ex-husband, Mark Staines, confirmed the death on separate social media. According to reports, she suffered a head injury on October 12 and has been hospitalized in Jacksonville since.
Cornett won the Miss America Contest in 1993 after winning the Florida championship the previous year. She is the first beauty queen to use AIDS awareness and prevention as a platform for her years of service.
Her acting roles include hosting TV shows, such as Entertainment tonight with Who wants to marry a multi-millionaire?, And she appeared in Crime scene investigation: Crime scene investigation with Weeds.She also served as a reporter for the “Animal Planet”
On stage, her part includes Barefoot in the park, Gospel, with The best little brothel in Texas, And she was also the first actress to play the live-action version of Ariel, The little mermaidIt was held in Disneyland Resort in 1991.
Connet and Steins divorced in 2013 after 17 years of marriage. They have two sons, Kai Harper and Avery James.