Kasey Staniszewski, Miss Maryland USA 2013, Parties in Vegas

Kasey Staniszewski, Miss Maryland USA 2013

Now, Kasey looks like a fun chick for a crazy night of partying! I love how she’s rocking her pageant getup—it’s kind of like telling prospective sugar daddies, agents, & photographers, “Ya, I’m Hot & This Thing Across My Body Confirms It.” The beauty queen was spotted last night at the Bootsy Bellows holiday party held at The Act nightclub at The Palazzo in Las Vegas.

She was 17 when she won the Miss Maryland Teen USA 2009, so now she must be either 19 or 20. Anyway, here’s more juice:

Kasey Staniszewski was a 17 year-old Senior at La Plata High School when she was crowned Miss Maryland Teen USA 2009. She was born and raised in Waldorf, MD and recently moved with her family to Edgewater, MD. She lives with her parents, Greg and Kim Staniszewski, her older sister, Lindsay and her Bichon Frise, Cosette.

While in high school, Kasey has been involved with the Student Government Association, being the first Junior ever to be elected Student Government President. As President she led her high school in planning and actively engaging in various student government meetings, special events, and community service projects. Kasey takes pride in being a leader and a positive role model. She is a honor student and a four year member of the Chamber Choir. She was selected to perform with the All-County, Tri-County, and Maryland All-State choruses. She also has been a long time competitive swimmer and a member of her high school swim and dance teams.

Kasey has been singing since the age of 5 and has been involved in musical theater; her first role was “Marta” in the “Sound of Music”. She has performed in over ten musical productions in both community and high school theater. Her dream role is “Christine” in Phantom of the Opera. With her love for music, Kasey also enjoys playing the piano. Her favorite pastime is harmonizing with her sister on some of their favorite duets. Together they have performed at the “Pageant of Peace”, the lighting of the National Christmas Tree. Source