Preteen Miss Princess of America
M'racle Leyae Bryant-Morgan is 13 years old and in the 7th grade. She enjoys reading, dancing and spending time with family and friends.
M'racle first began competing in pageants at 5 years old and won her first state title at the age of 6. Since then, M'racle has went on to compete in several different pageant systems winning the title for Miss Missouri in various age groups, along with talent and modeling awards, a national modeling title in 2009 and most recently being crowned the national Preteen Queen for Princess of America.
Along with pageants, M'racle has a passion for dance. She began taking her first dance lesson at the age of 2 and currently studies with The Dance Revolution and has been a student at the Kansas City Ballet for the past 5 years. M'racle's technical training includes ballet, en pointe', tap, jazz, and acrobatics. She has received several awards as a competitive dancer receiving a 1st placement Overall High Score soloist in 2012 and 2013. She auditioned and was cast in the Kansas City Ballet's professional production of "The Nutcracker" in 2013 and again in 2014 as a party scene dancer.
Most recently, M'racle has spent the past 4 months being a member of the Starlight STARS of Tomorrow youth Broadway performance group of the Starlight Theatre. As of now, she has performed over 10 shows with the talented group and has had the opportunity to display her love for acting, singing and dancing.
At a very young age, M'racle was diagnosed with Asthma which affects her daily life and at times struggles to breathe properly. Because of this disease, M'racle began raising awareness for children suffering with Asthma by developing "Breathing to Love" and has spent countless hours educating people on the affects of Asthma in children ages 0-17.
In the near future M'racle has high hopes of becoming your Miss America and has claimed the year 2025. Her ambition is to become a professional dancer and attend college at NYU. M'racle strongly believes in uplifting everyone she comes in contact with and looks forward to a world where we all embrace eachother's differences. Her words of advice to all are, "Keep Smiling, Keep Shining and Keep being YOU!"