We're very happy about it, but it's just hard to keep up," Fiocco said.
"They call and call and call, and she is just so booked. They all want to talk to her because she's a role model for women in India," she said.
Nina Davuluri, meanwhile, continues with her media interviews in the US. Today, she will be making a visit to Fox and Friends to talk about her new role as Miss America and the journey ahead as she promotes the Miss America Organization and its Scholarship Program. She will have a one-on-one interview with Erin Burnett.
The 2014 Miss America Competition grew by 3.0 million viewers and by 44 per cent in young adults from its first half-hour to its final half-hour.