The Miss Gay America Pageant History

This section of the web site attempts to provide to you, detail of the history of the Miss Gay America pageant system, including winners, top 10, category award winners and preliminary of the year winners for each year of competition. While this section page, remains under construction, we anticipate completion of this section, during the third quarter 2013.


Nearly thirty-four years ago, in Nashville , TN , Norman Jones (a/k/a Norma Kristie), was the first man to be crowned as Miss Gay America. Through the vision of Jerry Peek, the original owner of the Miss Gay America Pageant, Norman Jones, Miss Gay America Emeritus, not only desired to enhance the art of female illusion as a competitor but also to one day create his mark in history as promoter in the art form. After relinquishing reign as Miss Gay America 1973, Norman Jones purchased (in 1975) the Miss Gay America pageant, from original owner Jerry Peek,  in hopes of one day growing the pageant system to be the most prestigious and most respected pageant for female impersonators in the world. In January 2005, L & T Entertainment (co-owned by Larry Tyger and Terry Eason) purchased the national pageant system, and currently owns and operates the pageant system. Many thanks go to Jerry Peek, for his pioneer effort in pageantry through the art of female impersonation, and to Norman Jones for his 30 years of dedication and desire to the Miss Gay America pageant. 




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