What is your definition of accusation? -- Stating that a judge was told by the director who to pick is a big statement to make. Why lie? Because people do to start drama. So if someone wants to come on here with a valid argument/statement to ruin the reputation of a pageant system then yes you need to back it up with proof., 04/17/16 7:53:48pm
Date Posted:04/30/16 1:22:44pm
DEADLINE TO ENTER 2016 MS. AMERICA PAGEANT
SUNDAY - MAY 8, 2016
Represent your state or region in the 2016 Ms. America Pageant.
Apply directly to the national pageant.
Go to the pageant website: www.msamericapageant.com
Click onto 2016 Enter Pageant...... read everything and at the bottom fill out the application form. Email a photo to email@example.com
The pageant is for women 26 years of age and up who are single, divorced, widowed or married and would like to make a difference by using their "crown for a purpose."
Judging is based on Evening Gown, Interview, On-Stage Question and Sportswear (tennis, golf, aerobic wear etc). No Swimsuit! No talent! Each titleholder has a cause or platform they believe in and would like to promote through out their reign.
1 PAGEANT - 3 TITLES!
Ms. America 2017 - 26+ years of age and up
Ms. America International 2017 - 40 years of age and up
Ms. International 2017 - Judges and Peoples Choice Award
Author: Janet Bierer - Director of the America's SUPER Pageant [ Edit | View ]
Date Posted:10/12/15 12:15:58pm We just crowned the 2015 winners and are quickly awarding the 2016 state titles! Would you like to join us? Please consider the America's SUPER Pageant!
(Shown left to right) Jessica Renee Smith - America's SUPER Queen of Arizona, Nadine Chopra - America's SUPER Mrs. of California, Kevi L. Berger - Int'l SUPER Mrs. of Montana, Erica Donohue - America's SUPER Miss of Montana, Kristina Solinger - America's SUPER PreTeen of Montana!
The Americas SUPER Pageant is personal development opportunity for women of all ages throughout the United States, and around the world. The delegates who represent titles have beauty, style, poise, intelligence, confidence, and a strong desire to improve the world around them by promoting a personal platform and/or the national platform of Seat Belt Safety.
The pageant gives these women the opportunity to advance their personal goals, while acting as a role model to those around them.
(Back row shown left to right) Erica Donohue - America's SUPER Miss of Montana, Jessica Renee Smith - America's SUPER Queen of Arizona, Kristina Solinger - America's SUPER PreTeen of Montana, Nadine Chopra - America's SUPER Mrs. of California,
(Front row center) Kevi L. Berger - Int'l SUPER Mrs. of Montana!
The areas of competition are scored equally;
Platform Presentation in Cocktail - Photogenic - Interview - Swimsuit/Athletic Attire - Evening Gown -
The America's SUPER Pageant entry fee of $495 (SPECIAL - $395 until October 31st), which includes a full photo package with the fabulous Corey Dostal Photography, and with no ad pages requirements or hidden fees. The entry fee includes all areas of the competition and weekend activities, and is a great value for a national pageant experience! We even welcome your family to attend all appearances and rehearsals! Should you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the number below. Be a part of a quality event, with unique regalia, and promote a lifesaving platform in Montana, at the America's SUPER Pageant national finals!
Subject: What's the best pageants in the southeast for 49 & up, no longer. than 2-3 days, and entry fee isn't a war pension, when your crown is $$$ extra it's a royal pain.. also one where the director answers your questions
Author: Discouraged and disgruntled [ Edit | View ]
Subject: I want to hear from the directors out here... How do you deal with a "Miss" or "Ms." Queen that has gone rouge?? If you call them out they just get on social media and tell lies, and do their best to ruin your system..
Date Posted:04/ 6/16 11:43:41am
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July 19 - 21, 2016
Pageant Fee $425.00
No Mandatory Ad pages or ticket sales required
Fee includes: Official crown and satin embroidered banner, opening number outfit, swimsuit for Resort Wear Competition, all meals during pageant, specially designed T-Shirt & embroidered Spa Robe, free seminars, appearances and events, ground transportation during national pageant and so much more
Area's of Judging: On Stage Interview, Platform Awareness, Resort Wear, Evening Gown and Overall Impression
Winners received paid personal appearance contract or opportunity to compete internationally(must meet international requirements - currently Ms. division only)
Ms. single with children and between the age 21- 40 or single no children between the age of 27 -40
Mrs. -married with or without children between the age of 21- 40
Elite - any status 40 years and older
No Height requirements or Citizenship(must have resided in the United States for a minimum of 6 months prior to the pageant.
With 18 years of pageant producing experience, our team strives to provide a fun filled, exciting and honest competition where what matters most to us is YOU!
With multiple national and international winners, discover and difference and become a woman of significance and influence.
For more information visit our website at www.usearthpageant.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
MWI International – Ms./Miss/Beauty/Teen/Elite
(Phenomenal – Young Women & Men (w) Special Needs or Disabilities) –COMING SOON
Web Site: Visit: http://www.msmwiinternational.com
Age Requirements: Multi Divisional
Valid Passport Required
Petite America Pageants – Teen/Miss/Ms./Mrs./Lady
Web Site: Visit: http://www.petiteamericapageants.com
Height Requirements: 5’6” & Under No exceptions. Contestants will be measured at orientation.
Age Requirements: Multi Divisional
Petite World Pageants – Teen/Miss/Ms./Mrs./Lady
Web Site: Visit: http://www.petiteworldpageants.com
Height Requirements: 5’6” & Under No exceptions. Contestants will be measured at orientation.
Age Requirements: Multi Divisional
Today’s American Woman – Jr Teen/Teen/Miss/Ms/Mrs/Classy Ms/Classy Mrs/Elite Ms/Elite Mrs/Petite Miss/Petite Ms/Petite Mrs Classy Petite Ms/Classy Petite Mrs/Petite Elite Ms/Petite Elite Mrs/Curvy Teen/Curvy Miss/Curvy Ms Curvy Mrs/Curvy & Classy Ms/Curvy & Classy Mrs/Curvy Elite Ms/Curvy Elite Mrs/Elegant Teen/Elegant Miss/Elegant Ms/Elegant Mrs
Web Site: Visit: http://www.todaysamericanwoman.com
*Divisions may be combined at nationals if there are 5 or less in a division.
Age Requirement: Multi Divisional – 27 Titles Awarded
USA Ambassador – Little Miss/Jr Preteen/Preteen/Jr Teen/Teen/Miss/Ms.
Web Site: Visit: http://www.usaambassador.com
Age Requirements: Multi Divisional
U.S. Universal – Mrs./Ms.
Web Site: Visit: http://www.usuniversalpageants.com
Age Requirements: Mrs.: 21-55 and living with her husband, married at least 1 year as of the date of the National Pageant. Valid Passport Required – Mrs. U.S. Universal represents the United States at the NEW Mrs. Universal Pageant
Subject: Reminder: Deadline for Ms. and Mrs. Florida & Georgia United States - April 5
Author: Taken from the Mrs. US Pageant Talk Board [ Edit | View ]
Date Posted:04/ 3/16 4:03:10pm
REMINDER! Deadline to enter the 2016 Ms., Ms. Woman and Mrs. Florida & Georgia United States Pageant is April 5th! Pageant April 30-May 1st ... great prizes, great fun - at the beach! No comparison judging, no talent, no prior modeling or pageant experience!
ALL new queens will compete in LAS VEGAS for the national United States Title! Often imitated, but never duplicated!
Subject: The Big 3 pageants in Florida are coming up very soon..Any favorites competing in the Mrs. divisions? They never post contestants in Fla. America, United States and International I believe do as it gets closer.
Date Posted:03/13/16 1:07:11pm
Touring downtown China
Mrs. World in Dongguan China
Ragama Rehabilitation Centre
Top 5 - Mrs. World 2016
America, Korea, South Africa, Canada & Poland
Crowning Moment Video. Click Photo to View Grand Finale
Mrs. South Africa, Candice Abramson, is crowned Mrs. World 2016 at the Goodview Hotel Tangxia in Dongguan, China
Subject: I am a former Mrs. State titleholder. Feeling discouraged by my state program that only involves us formers a small amount. I was closely involved the year I gave up my title. Other than that I just get invited to the show the week before like anyone else. I have noticed that many states do not keep ties with their former winners. Why is that? Then Ive also noticed that there are a few solid programs out there that keep their pageant family together. I am assuming it is a purposeful move to do so. Incidentally, it seems like those same states have not many returning women. Are these two situations related?
Author: Anyone else noticing this in your state? [ Edit | View ]
Date Posted:02/29/16 6:05:06pm
I'm debating which pageant system is best for me, both the Mrs. America & Mrs. United States systems have state pageants where I live. Can anyone provide me with some insight on what each pageant looks for? I guess I'm looking for what their ideal titleholder qualities are. Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
Date Posted:03/ 5/16 9:56:13pm
I received a pretty darn exciting email this past week that I need to share with you! It’s from the director of United America, Annette Rushing:
"I’m excited to say — in celebration of my 70th birthday and our 12th year of the UNITED AMERICA Pageant, there will be a $1,000.00 Cash Award for the following pageant categories: TEEN, MISS, MS., MRS., ELITE, PETITE and ROYAL and a $500.00 Cash Award to: LITTLE MISS and JR. TEEN.
These awards will be given at the end of their reign to the queens who fulfill their contract.
I know you will be happy to share this news with your family and friends and I look forward to seeing everyone at our pageant this June in Austin, Texas!!!
United America Pageants
Texas and California"
You read right! Pretty exciting additional awards for the pretty participants in United America. Happy Birthday, Miss Annette, and hoping this is a great year for you again!
Date Posted:02/ 6/16 4:06:28pm
Join Cheryl Brehm, Mrs. Tennessee 2015 and 7 lovely ladies on February 28th at the Coliseum Civic Center in Corinth, MS to see who will capture her crown. Pageant begins at 3:00 pm.
Date Posted:02/21/16 8:05:13pm
Is Mrs. United States becoming an All Age pageant? They came out with the new age divisions in the last few years, and now they are replacing the Mrs United States iconic “Mrs” crown with one exactly like all the other age groups and divisions.
Date Posted:08/ 8/15 12:36:48pm
I have competed at state level pageants before so I was really excited to go to a "national" pageant. I picked US Universal because the director was awesome about getting back with me and answering all of my questions.
I will say that the director is great about returning your calls, emails or facebook messages. Even after she has your money.
A few things I think she might want to change are the following:
We had orientation Monday morning, so most arrived on Sunday. Our rooms for Sunday and Monday were not paid for. We had to check out of our rooms on Thursday (pageant day) and into a new room with our family or whatever. That day was covered, but we couldn't stay in the room that was paid for. The hotel was a nice hotel, the rooms the contestants stayed in were small and in the older part of the hotel. But some of the contestants stayed with family in the main part of the hotel and said their rooms were big and nice.
Our orientation consisted of a tour around the hotel, which was nice because the hotel was so big it was like running a maze to find the different rooms and places where we needed to be. After that we did a group photo shoot in one of the lobbies outside the ball rooms. We also had individual pictures taken as well. That was nice.
This was from 10-3:30 during this time we did not get to eat at all. After orientation and the photo shoot we had some time to get ready before we went to Jurassic World.
The theater we went to was one of a kind. We got to see the movie in 3D, (so if you get motion sickness it wasn't great) But the chairs reclined and were very comfortable so if you needed a nap and if you can sleep during movies, it wasn't bad. After the movie it was back to the hotel for bed. Oh and if we wanted popcorn or drinks, we had to buy it ourselves.
Tuesday was a long day. Some of us were up at 4am or earlier to get ready. We had to be at the pool by 6:30 am for another photo shoot. After our swimsuit photo shoot we then changed into evening gown and went out front of the hotel and had our evening gown photo shoot. By the time both photo shoots were over it was around 9:30 am. We then had to be at rehearsal by 9:45 am, we were told it we were late they would deduct points off our scores, so we dare not be late. meanwhile some of us still had not eaten anything and were extremely hungry. Rehearsal ended around 2-2:30, we had to be at the directors penthouse suite by 3 pm for our forum (platform presentations). This is where each lady was allowed 3-5 min. to share about her platform. I had time to change and rush to get up to the suite. So by now I was so hungry I felt light headed. But we were told there would be a snack tray provided. So I felt okay not grabbing something before I rushed over there.
The forum started, and even though it said 3-5 min, some ladies took 15-20 min. It was really long. The snack tray was carrots and some cupcakes that one of the contestants brought. Not exactly what I was thinking for "snack tray" but I ate it. After our forum which ran late, we didn't get out of there until 6, we were free to go do whatever. Remind you, some of us had been up since 4 am. and had only carrots and a cupcake all day to eat.
Wednesday was interviews. There were local salons that "sponsored" our hair and makeup. But it was suggested to tip them anywhere between $50-$75. After I had my hair and makeup done I was in tears. I had about 15 min. to get changes and try to fix my hair and makeup before my interview. After your interview you were free until 3 pm. We then had rehearsals from 3-9:30 pm. Again no dinner was served.
Thursday was pageant day, we started off with rehearsals at 9 am. We had a 45 min break to move all our stuff out of the room we had been staying in, to our new rooms. then we had to go back for roll call and the cocktail party where we had to try to sell tickets to the pageant. Finally by 6:30 we had to be back stage getting ready for the pageant at 7 pm. Again we were served no food all day.
By the time the pageant was over I think we were all so tired and hungry no one wanted to stick around for pictures. Oh and for the amount you pay to enter this pageant we received a sash (if you wanted rhinestones it cost extra) and a crown. Then at the pageant we were given a smaller competition sash with a sash pin that broke because it was so cheap. And our hotel rooms were paid for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, but we couldn't stay in our rooms Thursday night.
I was so disappointed in the amount of money I paid and what I received in return. It was not worth the money. I forgot to say that if we wanted a printed version of the program book we had to buy it, but it was free from us online.
Subject: I know this is a voyboard but, I need some advise... I want to compete in 2016, somewhere in the southeast. Here's my dilemma- I have entered one pageant, but I feel like when I email the director questions she doesn't want to be bothered, or questioned., not sure how to proceed.. I won my entry into another pageant and the director plays games., I've caught her in lies already, also don't like answering questions and will not talk on the phone.. I'm so discouraged. Should I just give up and not compete?
Author: Discouraged in the South :( [ Edit | View ]
Date Posted:12/29/15 1:42:49pm
I am considering competing in a state prelim for Mrs International. If the winner at state, my national fee, hotel, and meals for the week are covered. However, I've heard so many people say that even with all of these expenses covered, they still end up spending into the 20k range to attend the national pageant. That you are forced to use their sponsors for every little thing, or you have no chance at winning. I've been told this by more than one previous competitor. Is any/all of this true? It seems like such a great system...
Date Posted:01/26/16 11:20:30pm
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Subject: WHO WILL BE CROWNED OUR NATIONAL QUEENS IN 2016
Author: Siouxzan Feller, National Director & Founder [ Edit | View ]
Date Posted:10/28/15 12:45:47pm
We are currently seeking state delegates for our 2016 national pageant which will be held July 26-28th in beautiful Pigeon Forge, TN at The Music Resort Inn and Conference Center.
Join our mission to Bring Positive Pageantry Back and enter the National Ms Pageants today.
Date Posted:12/30/15 12:51:56pm
Please advise me on a good pageant in New England for someone who is new to pageantry, not tall, not exceptionally beautiful but carries herself well and confidently 40 plus years old? I don't want to go "at-large" and want to compete in a pageant where you win respectable title. Thank you!
Date Posted:12/28/15 4:09:57pm
Midwest Search for American Beauty is scheduled for March 6th in Strongsville, Ohio.
Entry fee is only $125 to win your entry fee to nationals paid OR enter at large and go direct to nationals for only $695, your choice!
Midwest titles include Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, & Wisconsin. Several other at large titles available as well. Midwest Search for American Beauty Website
Subject: FYI: There's some new info you all need to be made aware of.. There's some pages on Facebook that are calling themselves "pageants ratings" or "pageant Rating and reviews".. These are coming under the guise of "help tools" when it's nothing more than a way to cyber bully and bash, pageants, directors and judges. Do not fall prey to this persons motives. This male that's heading these up has less than one year pageant experience ( as a whole), not a judge, not anything that qualifies this person for this. I guess voyboards will go away now because of this level of junk on fb. How it works; someone posts a pageant/director/etc.. For this person to rate and review- and then it all goes bad from there.. nothing bad has happened YET.. It's a powderkeg and it will blow up.
Author: Don't engage in such bad pageantry practices [ Edit | View ]
Date Posted:12/15/15 11:52:39am
One piece swimsuits are becoming so stylish and beautiful these days. If you were a judge, would you mark a contestant up or down for wearing a sexy, high end one piece versus the standard two piece in swimwear? Or would it matter?
Date Posted:12/ 5/15 4:39:16pm
Mrs. Globe 2016, Sylvia Yammine
Sylvia Yammine representing Lebanon, is crowned Mrs. Globe 2016 in Shenzhen China. The international event took place from November 26th thru December 6th.
60 countries vied for the coveted crown with Lebanon being victorious. The finals took place December 5th at Windows on the World.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
- 26: Arrival of Delegates
- 29: Personality Profiles
- 30: International Cultural Night
- 3: The Globe Awards
- 4: Preliminaries
- 5: Finals of Mrs. Globe at Windows of the World
- 6: Departure Day
Subject: Why are former state title holders allowed to compete again for the same state title? This is very strange to me and unfair in my opinion. It's also appears to be a bit greedy. Give someone else a chance to win and get the experience of going to the national pageant. It's very discouraging for newcomers because they have to compete against a former Miss State.
Date Posted:11/29/15 8:53:47pm
I went to look at when my next state pageant would be held as I am interested in the Ms. Division... and their Facebook pages no longer exist. On Wikipedia the words "Miss United States Logo" has a slash through it. What's up?
Subject: Trying to understand the beauty of pageant photos with the pouty face and underarms showing. What judge wants to see that and find it appealing. What happened to the graceful, classic photos? Bring them back.....don't want to see your ARM PITS.
Author: what am I missing here.....those photos are aweful [ Edit | View ]
Subject: What is the best pageant for a newlywed woman in her late 20s (no children) with a lot of Miss pageant experience. I am not ready to jump into Mrs. America or United States. I am looking for something well run that's not extremely expensive. I love community service, work full time, Ph.D. candidate in the DMV area. Suggestions?
Subject: I hope this is okay but I feel very compelled to share this. My friend and I won a photo contest for the World Tourism Pageant back in September. She has had contact with us once or twice since then, and it was AFTER WE contacted the director. It's now OCT 22- and since we won ( Sept 28-) she has NEVER posted WE WON, never posted the OTHER WINNERS, either on her FB page or the FB Like page. We have not gotten our C/S- she HAS since then held another photo contest and POSTED ALL THOSE- Even named them. She has also consistently welcomed others up to this day. We feel abandoned, forgotten, and NOT WANTED. I am just glad I didn't spend any more money on this pageant. Don't you either. I am very upset. We have been abandoned. Can back it all up with SS. Don't do this pageant.
Author: Jmo and Very dissapointed in World tourism pageant system [ Edit | View ]
Subject: I will be moving to Michigan soon, and have been trying to look up the state's history at a national level. Can't find top ten or fifteen listed anywhere! It's driving me bonkers! This information is readily available for most Miss competitions. So annoying. Does anyone have any info for me?
Date Posted:08/ 1/15 9:13:40pm
National Miss/Ms/Mrs/Teen 2015 will be held from August 6th to August 8th. Pageant finals are on August 8th at The Kimball Theatre in beautiful Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.
Join Carrington Baily, National Miss Teen - Brittney Clark, National Miss - Jeannette Josue, National Ms. - Kimberly Foerster, National Mrs & Taylor Loven, National Ms. Ambassador as they crown their successors.
National Ms. 2014 Royalty
Miss Jr. Teen - 1
Miss Teen - 1
Miss - 3
Ms. - 3
Mrs - 8
Subject: Just got back from Mrs. America, I am going to say what many are thinking but too fearful to speak which is absolute BS because these ladies spent wayyyyyy too much money to be treated like they were at a cattle call. This year was nothing but a HOT MESS!!!! The deal with Russia was never going to happen and most of us knew that so you scramble at the last minute to throw some crappy production together?? Yes, it may have appeared to look decent on livestream but the process getting to just passable was frustrating for everyone competing. They literally left the girls no time for anything but rehearsals because it had to be done in three days. And who has a pageant during the work week and then livestreams when no one can watch but families or those with 2nd shift jobs.
Author: Sorry but Mrs. America Pageant has fallen to an all new low [ Edit | View ]
Date Posted:08/10/15 3:27:30pm
Hello, I a Choreographer for pageant and would like to know what songs do you like to hear when the winner has been announced and they start to play a song for her crowning and waving to the crowd?
Just The Way You Are by Bruno Mars
Roar by Katie Perry?
Any song suggestions for the announcement of Runner-ups?
Or suggestion of where to find pageant music?
Date Posted:06/ 9/15 10:27:56pm
I am a newlywed pageant girl looking to get into Mrs divisions. I am wanting to start out in a smaller system. I have heard wonderful thins about Miss Royalty International and the Galaxy system. Any other thoughts or recommendations?
I do not want to spend over $500 in fees. This really narrows it down for me.
Date Posted:09/13/15 1:20:17pm
Ladies, its that time again, the crowning ceremony of Miss America 2016.
Grab your daughters and watch the event that started it all. Tonight, Sunday, September 13, 2015 at 9:00 pm (EST) - 8:00 pm (CST) - 6:00 pm (PST) on ABC.
Join Miss America 2015, Kira Kazantsev as she takes her final walk and crowns her successor. Who will caputre the coveted crown.
Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev
News - Vanessa Williams returns to Miss America after 32 years to serve as Head Judge for the 2016 pageant.
Press Release: Atlantic City, NJ (August 31, 2015) -The Miss America Organization, Dick Clark productions and ABC announced today that actress, New York Times bestselling author, mathematician and education advocate Danica McKellar will be a judge on the “2016 Miss America Competition.” She joins previously announced celebrity judges including country star Brett Eldredge, author and wife of the late U.S. Navy SEAL "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, Taya Kyle, entrepreneur and businessman of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” Kevin O’Leary, 2014 Paralympic snowboarding bronze medalist, Amy Purdy and television and recording star, Zendaya. TV personality Chris Harrison (ABC's "The Bachelor") will host alongside actress and entrepreneur Brooke Burke-Charvet, whoreturns as co-host. Nick Jonas will serve as the official music curator of the evening.
The “2016 Miss America Competition” returns to Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 (9:00 - 11:00p.m./ET) on the ABC Television Network. The evening will be filled with glitz and glam as 52 women compete for the coveted crown and scholarship.
Subject: Do directors and judges do research on contestants anymore? There seems to be an awful lot of contestants, high placers, and winners who shouldn't be there according to all the publicly posted rules and regulations of pageants. False bios, non-existent service that's created and rewarded, questionable photos and history that is overlooked, and paid-for titles when patronizing the right people. Is this where pageantry is headed now?
Author: And before someone says "sour grapes" that I see a lot, I'm not a competitor yet, but doing my homework and wondering if it's worth it [ Edit | View ]
Date Posted:08/30/15 10:44:33am
Mrs. Universe 2015 has been crowned.
Mrs. Universe 2015 - Mrs Canada - Ashley Burnham
1st Runner up - Mrs South Africa - Sarah-Kate Scott
2nd Runner up - Mrs Ukraine - Iryna Zaitseva
3rd Runner up - Mrs Costa Rica - Karol Uzaga Valerin
4th Runner up - Mrs Gibraltar - Serika Garcia
Date Posted:08/19/15 10:46:20pm
It's time for the crowning of Ms. America 2015. Join Dr. Stephanie Mills, Ms. America 2014 on August 29th as she crowns her successor. Which one of these 38 beautiful ladies will capture her crown?
MS. AMERICA PAGEANT
August 29, 2015
7:30 pm PST - - 9:30 pm CST - 10:30 pm EST
1 Civic Center Circle
Brea, California 92821
6:30 - RED CARPET
7:00 - Doors Open
7:30 - Pageant Begins
Date Posted:08/13/15 1:37:29pm
A few of my friends felt that I should start my own Pageant coaching classes. I stated helping girls in pageants in 2013 but never took it to a business level.I was modeling for awhile, then got into pageants. It was easy to teach others but I could never win for my self. Now that I finally won a crown for my self Ms. Caribbean Gemz 2015. I think I am ready to start teaching as a profession but I am not to sure where to start.
I remember the hardest part for me during the pageant was speaking but I am not to sure if that's the main thing I should focus on.