If you are a Science lover and loves to experiment then Miss America on stage science experiment will make your day!
Camille Schrier, Miss America wore a simple white lab coat and also cracked jokes by saying, ‘don’t try this at home’.
Schrier was standing in front of three flasks containing hydrogen peroxide. She picked up a beaker of ominous yellow potassium iodide, dumped it into the peroxide and made judges impressed with her amazing skills.
Notably, Camille is a student of pharmacy degree at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
On Thursday, she has defeated 50 women in the beauty pageant and won the title. She won a $50,000 (£38,000) scholarship and a one-year role as Miss America.
See Miss America’s experiment video:
Recorded from @MissAmerica: @MissAmericaVA Camille Schrier takes her elephants toothpaste chemistry demo to the national stage! #MissAmerica2020 @VT_alumni #WomenInSTEM pic.twitter.com/NZ4FRLXT5I— Virginia Tech Science (@VT_Science) December 20, 2019
In her acceptance speech, the 24-year-old Schrier said she hoped to "break stereotypes about what it means to be a Miss America in 2020".
.@MissAmerica can be a scientist because a scientist IS NOW #MissAmerica2020!! 👩🔬👸 Congratulations to @VT_alumni @MissAmericaVA — you've made @VT_Science, #HokieNation, and #WomenInSTEM everywhere so proud. 😭 🥳 https://t.co/1Ubxp29yaa pic.twitter.com/57eTxkpjz3— Virginia Tech (@virginia_tech) December 20, 2019
Reportedly, Schrier also told the celebrity panel, comprised of Kelly Rowland, Queer Eye's Karamo Brown and Superstore actress Lauren Ash, that "Miss America is someone who needs to educate".
In the video, it can be seen that how the 24-year-old’s Chemistry experiment showed that hydrogen peroxide decomposition can fume up the colorful substance with a fantastic effect.