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Miss America Nina Davuluri promotes diversity

Newly crowned Miss America Nina Davuluri crashed the "Fox & Friends" Curvy Couch on Wednesday to discuss her thrilling win and the reaction she received on social media.

The 24-year-old New Yorker made history by becoming the first Miss America of Indian descent. But her heritage was also the target of some negative feedback.

"It was an unfortunate experience," Davuluri told Elisabeth, Steve and Brian. "But for one negative tweet, one negative post, comment, there were dozens of positive remarks and support."

Davuluri is using her new-found celebrity as a platform to promote cultural diversity: "I have always viewed Miss America as the girl next door, but for me the girl next door is evolving as the diversity in America evolves."

'How I Met Your Mother' star Alyson Hannigan readies for last laugh

They've been best friends for eight straight seasons on the hit TV show "How I Met Your Mother." And at the end of last season they finally answered the burning question: Who's the mom?

But even with the big question answered, actress Alyson Hannigan says the show is far from finished. On Tuesday she stopped by "Fox & Friends" with a sneak peek at the series' conclusion.

"The final season all takes place in one weekend," Hannigan told Elisabeth Hasselbeck. "But there's lots of flashbacks, even some flash-forwards."

And talk of a spin-off series with Jason Segel? Hannigan confessed to lobbying her co-star: "I keep saying, 'Come on, Jason!' Because we work so well together. And he says, 'Maybe in 10 years.'"