Mimi Wood is CROWNED Miss Nebraska USA 2023 by Natalie Pieper

Competitive Dance Coach Miss West Omaha USA is New Miss Nebraska USA 2023 for Miss USA 2023

Sun, Feb 26, 2023: The Reigning Queen Natalie Pieper 2nd Runner-up Miss USA 2022 and Miss Nebraska USA 2022 just crown her successor, the winner against 11 Contestants, Miss West Omaha USA, Mimi Wood as Miss Nebraska USA 2023 at the end of Grand Finale in The Rose Theater, Performing Arts Theater Omaha, Nebraska on Sun, Feb 26th, 2023 which started at 7:00 PM in evening which is produced by official producer Vanbros & Associates, Lenexa, Kansas.

Mimi Wood loves her Project Believe and Achieve who works as Competitive Dance Coach. She is Former Husker Scarlet Dancer who currently is a Youth Dance Team Coach at No Limits Dance NE. She has studied at University of Nebraska-Lincoln and did her schooling from Millard North High School. She live in and Native of Omaha, Nebraska.
Newly crowned The Cornhusker State Beauty Queen Mimi Wood Miss Nebraska USA 2023, the 72ND Miss USA 2023 Contestant will represent her NE State at the upcoming Miss USA 2023 Pageant where the reigning queen R'Bonney Gabriel Miss Texas USA 2022, Miss USA 2022 & Miss Universe 2022 will crown her successor at the end of Grand Finale in the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada.
Mimi Wood is The First Miss Kentucky USA in Dr. Anne Jakrajutatip Miss Universe Ownership.

Watch Mimi Wood Performing Amazing Steps

A little bit of my solo "Lost" by @dezideez love all my solos this year and I can't believe nationals is just around the corner! Still lots to improve on but I can't wait ! 

This January Mimi Wood Cruised in Antigua and Barbuda and put on “Arguably the best part of the cruise was playing dress up each night (I’m lying it was definitely the food)”

It was Snow but she throwback St. Kitts Island Experience “It’s a snow day here in Nebraska.. so here’s me pretending I’m still hiking in St. Kitts!!” Yes she is Mimi who only enjoys the warmth in cold days her own way. (www.instagram.com/p/CnkvbjGpFof)