Who Are Elle Smith Parents Lydia Smith & Mr Smith? Her Wiki Explored

Elle Smith was born to her mother Lydia Smith and photographer father Mr Smith.

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Smith was born in the city of Springfield in the state of Ohio.

She earned an honours diploma from Shawnee High School in 2016, where she participated in choir, orchestra, volleyball, and drama.

Smith then relocated to Lexington, Kentucky, to attend the University of Kentucky, where he graduated in 2020 with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science.

Following her graduation, Smith worked as an on-air reporter for WHAS-TV in Louisville, Kentucky. 

After one of Elle's high school classmates, Brittany Reid, was crowned Miss Ohio Teen USA 2013, Smith became interested in competing in pageants.

Elle did not enter a pageant eight years later, with Miss Kentucky USA 2021 being her first. She represented Germantown and won the championship.

Elle Smith Miss USA 2021

Elle Smith won the chance to represent Kentucky in Miss USA 2021 as Miss Kentucky USA. Miss USA 2021 was held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on November 29, 2021.

Before being named the winner, Smith progressed to the Top 16 and then the Top 8.

After Tara Conner crowned Miss USA in 2006, Smith became the second entrant from Kentucky to ever be crowned Miss USA.

Smith will represent the United States at Miss Universe 2021 as Miss USA. Smith will move to Los Angeles for the duration of her reign and compete in Miss Universe.

Elle Smith Career 

Elle worked as a production student crew member for the Southeastern Conference in Lexington from August 2017 to August 2019.

She graduated from the Florence University of the Arts in Florence, Italy, in 2018 with a degree in journalism and political science and worked as a videography intern at Camp Ozark in Little Rock, Arkansas, from May to August 2018.

Elle also served as an intern at WLEX-TV in Lexington from January to August of this year.

Elle was the vice president of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) chapter at the University of Kentucky in Kentucky and a communication and public relations intern from August 2019 to October 2020.