Amanda from survivor dating

Pennekamp, Miss South Carolina USA 2004, had placed first runner-up in the Miss USA 2004 pageant.

After two years, this Orange County mother is ready to jump back into the dating world.

Meanwhile, despite her shocking revelation that she suffered a miscarriage during filming of her docu-series, only 335,000 viewers tuned in for last week's two-hour finale and the show's consistently low ratings have seen a possible second season scrapped.

In early August 2006, Kimmel crowned fellow former Miss USA competitor Amanda Pennekamp as Miss Earth USA, in the second live pageant held in the United States to choose a delegate for the Miss Earth competition.history, the final four contestants were all women, and this women’s alliance was led not by Ami Cusack, who unfortunately didn’t manage to forge a useful alliance this season, but by the unlikeliest of castaways: 25-year-old Parvati Shallow, a “favorite” who previously appeared on , which ultimately failed.This alliance mostly flew under the radar, even though Parvati, Amanda Kimmel and Cirie Field had talked about it among themselves since the beginning.But that doesn't lessen the human need for love and romance.Enter 2date4love, a new website created by Laura Brashier, a 50-year-old cervical cancer survivor. The website is aimed toward people who cannot have sex, either due to disability, or caused by disease.