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Rima Fakih worked three jobs before she created international headlines as the winner of Miss USA 2010.
The Lebanon-born beauty made history as the first Muslim to win the crown.
While many Arab Americans celebrated her victory, some Muslims claimed she did not properly represent the religion, opposed to her appearing in scant clothing.
Further controversy followed the publication of photographs of Rima taking part in a 2007 pole-dancing competition and her view that the proposed mosque near Ground Zero should be moved.
Throughout her year-long reign, Rima Fakih has challenged boundaries, even appearing on professional wrestling reality series Tough Enough.
As she prepares to hand over the Miss USA crown on June 19, here is your opportunity to ask Rima about her title, her future and the barriers she has broken.