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“They didn’t like that I was speaking.” Now 27 and living in Atlanta with husband John Mc Callum, 30, an entrepreneur, and son John, 9 months old, the full-time mom reflects on the intense year with a sigh.“I was more than glad to hand the crown over,” she says. How have they changed 10, 20, 30, even 67 years after winning the title?“I didn’t know they booked Miss America every day except Sunday!“They could have made me look foolish, but they helped me,” she says.“It meant everything to me.” Not all of Whitestone’s memories are so rosy.
After two hit albums, she won praise onstage in Kiss of the Spider Woman in 1994 and in film, playing opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1996’s Eraser. “The night I won,” she says, “the people came out of their houses and danced in the street because little, short, squat Mary Ann had won Miss America!
” After her reign Mobley moved to New York City, studied acting with Lee Strasberg—financed by her scholarship money—and launched a showbiz career that would include movies, musical theater and 10 years as cohost (with actor husband Gary Collins, 62) of the Miss America pageant.
Now living in Beverly Hills with Collins (daughter Clancy, 31, is a TV executive), Mobley, 63, wasn’t supposed to be an actress.
” While some never got used to being in the public eye, others went on to make it their livelihood.
On this page, we start with seven Miss Americas who, after their reigns, stayed in the national spotlight.