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Subject: Mrs International 2014


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Date Posted: 07/25/14 9:38:04pm

The 2014 Mrs. International® Pageant July 25 & 26, 2014 at The Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts in Jacksonville Florida. Prelims, Friday July 25th @ 7:30 pm - Finals, Saturday, July 26th @ 7:30 pm.

Join Amy Gregorio as she crowns her successor.

Who will the luck lady be?

Amy Gregorio, Mrs. International 2013

2014 MRS. INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES:













Best of luck to the Class of 2014

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Subject: Any news on Beauties of America-who's competing, etc?


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Date Posted: 07/25/14 9:23:05pm


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Subject: Prelim recap


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Date Posted: 07/23/14 11:42:14pm

Open number many ladies stood out, some were just getting the nerves out (so I thought). I am so glad they do not do costume anymore! The standouts for opening number were; AZ, CA, FL, ID, KS, MI, MN, MO, NM, RI (game of crowns), SD, TN, TX, UT, WI, WY. Then Joe sang to the reigning Mrs. US that was just awkward. The judges seem to be a good group who know what a National pageant should be looking for. Joey Gallon, Annie Chang Evans, Ron Montioa, Linda Vaughn, Andre Haines.

Moving on to swim suit, MANY ladies should stick to a one piece. I hate when ladies use the sarong as a wiping the butt motion, if you do not know how to use a sarong then leave it on! If you have love handles and a muffin top, wear a one piece. If you can not walk in 4 inch heels, get smaller heels. So many newbies. I was shocked at the amount of ladies who could not walk in their shoes, and who had NO CLUE what they were doing! If you are going to go to a national pageant specially one of the big 3, you need to have a coach or SOME pageant experience. Just because you watch Miss USA and Miss America on stage or even toddlers and tiaras does not make you ready for a national pageant. And yes, there were grown woman on stage blowing kisses to the audience.

Okay, back to swim suit, CLEAR standouts AZ, CA, FL, KS, MO, NH, TN, TX, UT, WV. I loved MN, she is pregnant but so beautiful and tons of class. One thing that did bother me was WY wore a one sleeve long sleeved swimsuit. NV is about the same as as Isabella, and I feel bad for her because it's just embarrassing.

Evening gown:
AZ, CA, FL, ID, KN, MN, NH, SC, TN, UT, WY. RI made all her competitions clothes and her evening gown was a sack! awful! Plus, if you have seen her on Game of Crowns, would you really want her to represent your system? Another bit of advice for ladies, if your gown matches your hair and skin tone, PICK A NEW GOWN! SO many ladies just washed out.

If I had to pick a top ten based off tonight and the way they carried themselves on stage, their walk, hair, makeup and all over total presentation I would say the top ten will be AZ, CA, FL, ID, KN, MN, SC, TN, UT, WY. 4th runner up will be Mrs. UT, 3rd KN, 2nd TN, 1st AZ winner will be CA

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Subject: Photogenic= HI, Congeniality= NV, 4th runner up CA, 3rd runner up MD 2nd runner up KN, 1st runner up VT winner TEXAS she is 24 years old


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Date Posted: 07/24/14 11:39:17pm



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Subject: Mrs United States 2014 - Review in Photos by Joe Pier


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Date Posted: 07/25/14 11:47:55am

Mrs. Texas, Beth Isbell is the new Mrs. United States 2014

4th RU - California
3rd RU - Maryland
2nd RU - Kansas
1st RU - Vermont

Photogenic - Hawaii
Congeniality - Nevada
Photo Credit: Joe Pier

















Congratulations ladies.

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Subject: I am seeing several of the Lace see through gowns does that seem to be the trend?


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Date Posted: 07/25/14 10:40:23am


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Subject: Mini Preview: New Reality Show, "Game of Crowns" This is a Hot MESS!


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Makes Crown Chasers Look like Toddlers & Tiara
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Date Posted: 04/11/14 12:54:53pm

WATCH: 'Game Of Crowns' Rivals 'Real Housewives'
Drama, Glamour, gowns and the race for the crown: the series explores the lives of six pageant wives.

CLICK ON PHOTO TO WATCH VIDEO CLIP: "GAME OF CROWNS"



"You ain't seen nuthin' until you've seen married women compete for a sparkly crown." If you love the drama of The Real Housewives, then you'll want to see these pageant wives duke it out in Bravo's new show Game Of Crowns.

The reality show follows "six pageant wives whose lives revolve around glamour, perfection and winning at any cost-- even if it means competing against their own teenage daughters!"

"On-stage, it's all about world peace but off-stage, it can be war."

There's no amount of butt glue or Botox that will keep these women from fighting for the crown. Game Of Crowns premieres in July 2014 on Bravo.

So...who are these beauty queens? Meet the cast below.

Susanna Paliotta, Mrs. Nation USA 2013 and Mrs. Massachusetts Perfect Woman, is a pageant mom to her two daughters as well as a participant.

Shelley Carbone, a wholesome mother of four, won the title of Mrs. Connecticut 2010 before going on to win the title of Mrs. America 2011.

Lynne Diamante, who has a law degree and runs a multi-million dollar eyewear company, is a pageant lifer who was crowned Mrs. Rhode Island 20 years after winning Miss Rhode Island.

Vanassa Sebastian, whose marriage into a casino dynasty funds her pageant addiction, was Mrs. Connecticut 2012.

Leha Guilmette, Mrs. Rhode Island 2013, is currently preparing for the 2013 Mrs. America Pageant.

Lori-Ann Marchese, who holds the title of Mrs. Connecticut 2013, will face-off against Leha in the 2013 Mrs. America Pageant.

Will you be watching?

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Subject: US top 10 SC, WY, MD, IL, VT, CA, WV, TX, Kansas, MO


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Date Posted: 07/24/14 10:17:16pm


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Subject: Mrs. United States 2014 - Who will capture the Crown?


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Date Posted: 07/20/14 12:29:12am

Mrs. United States 2014 is underway at the South Point Resort & Casino in Las Vegas Nevada. Delegates arrive Sunday, July 20th and depart on Friday, July 25th.

Join Madalyn Haake, Mrs United States 2013 as she crowns her successor.


Madalyn Haake, Mrs United States 2013


2014 Mrs. United States Delegates:











For more information visit: Mrs United States Pageant.

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Subject: International advice?


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Date Posted: 07/24/14 11:52:14am

Not sure if there is a specific International voy board so sorry if posting here is wrong. New contestant to International in the Miss division do you have any advice?

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Subject: How far is too far.


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Date Posted: 06/27/14 9:22:27pm

A director has the right to combine divisions,allow previous national queens to compete in a new division...but are they also allowed to change judging criteria? I recently heard about one that had 40% interview, but by pageant week had changed that criteria to 25%. Does this go on often? What do you guys think about a system that would do this.

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Subject: Good Luck Mrs. Florida!


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"Momma Pam" (aka Pam Bolter, Exec. Director)
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Date Posted: 07/12/14 8:18:01pm



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Subject: Provocative photos


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Date Posted: 06/20/14 12:32:18pm

Let me start by saying I understand that ladies work hard to get great bodies, and I know it is trendy to show your pride by posting provocative lingerie photos of yourself on Facebook and saying how empowered you feel.
Here is the problem – I usually check my Facebook on my breaks at my desk at work. I work in an open area where my bosses, supervisors, and coworkers walk by.
And while I see my friend showing her pride, my boss sees a lacy, thonged butt hanging out of my computer screen!
I have a hard time explaining this!
I don’t want to lose my Facebook privileges, I don’t want to unfriend my friends, and I don’t want to have to take a class on sexual harassment in HR.
Is there any way we can compromise on this?

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Subject: Mrs. International 2014


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Date Posted: 06/29/14 12:38:50pm

Who do you predict for semifinalists at Mrs. International 2014?!

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Subject: Please help, I am fresh out of the Miss category and I am looking for Ms. pageants to compete in. I appreciate your suggestions. No Bashing Please.


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Date Posted: 07/18/14 2:02:09pm

To all PCB Posters.

Please note that I have hidden the original post regarding Ms. pageants and reconstructed it to ask the simple question of Ms. pageant suggestions.

Please simply suggest the names or web address of Ms. pageants and leave the nastiness behind.

All pageant titles are reputable as the queen who holds them treats them as such.

PCB Moderator

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Subject: MRS. US live streaming


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State director
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Date Posted: 07/21/14 6:36:59am

Mrs. United States is live streaming for Preliminary Competition and Finals!! Please visit the links below to watch the crowning of Mrs. United States ! Wednesday and Thursday nights at 7pm PST
Preliminary link:
http://iehdproductions.cleeng.com/mrs-united-states-2014-preliminary/E172360644_US
Final's Link:
http://iehdproductions.cleeng.com/mrs-united-states-2014-finals/E384320438_US

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Subject: Any good pageant coaches for Mrs or Ms pageants in Texas? in the Dallas area??? I'm looking for help with stage, walking, presentation, hair/makeup guidance.


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Date Posted: 07/18/14 4:53:12am


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Subject: Pageant Directory


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Date Posted: 04/17/14 8:50:42pm

A

Mrs. America
Web Site: Visit: http://mrsamerica.com/
Age Requirement: 18 & Over - Married
Location: Tucson, Arizona
Hotel: Loews Ventana Canyon Resort
Date: August 29, 2014
Entry Fee: Contact State Director
Entry Deadline: Contact State Director
Judging Criteria: Personal Interview, Swimsuit Presentation & Evening Gown

Ms. America Pageant
Web Site: Visit: http://www.msamericapageant.com/
Age Requirement: Ms – 26 -60 – Single/Divorced/Married
Miss American State; 18-25 Single never married
Location: Curtis Theater ~ Brea, CA
Date: August 7-9 2014
Entry Fee: Ms. $1099.00
Miss American State $599.00
Mandatory Ad Page Fee: included
Judging Criteria: Ms. Evening Gown ~ Interview ~ On-Stage Question ~ Sportswear (tennis, jogging, aerobic attire...)NO Swimsuit! No Talent!
MISS- Swimsuit ~ Evening Gown ~ Interview ~ On-Stage Question

American Beauty Pageant
Web Site: Visit: http://americanbeautypageant.com/
Age Requirements: - Multi Divisional
Little Miss: 6-8
Miss Pre Teen: 9-11
Jr. Miss: 12-14
Teen: 15-19
Miss: 20-29
Ms.: 30 & up
Mrs.: 21 & up
Elite: 50 & up
Location: Kissimmee, Florida
Date: Sunday, June 24-28, 2014
Entry Fee: $495.00

American Dream National Pageant
Web Site: Visit: http://www.americandreampageants.com/
Mrs Division: Ages 21 & Over
Ms Division: Ages 21 & Over
Lady Division: Ages 40-50 Minimum
Senior Division: Ages 60 & Over
Location: Orlando FL
Date: July 24-27 2014
Entry Fee: $995.00 includes ad page
Judging: Interview - Fashion Wear - Evening Gown - On Stage Question

America’s US Miss
Web Site: Visit: http://americasusmiss.com/
Divisions: Multi ages 3- and up
Location: Clearwater Beach, FL
Date: July 16-20 2014
Entry Fee: multiple options of titles, visit web site

American Renaissance Pageants
Web Site: Visit: http://www.americanrenaissancepageant.com/
Age Requirements:
Mrs Division: Age 21 & Over - Married
Ms Classic Division: Age 46 & Over, Any Marital Status
Ms Division: Age 26-45 – Not Married
Location: Las Vegas NV
Date: September 14-17 2014
Entry Fee: $750.00
Judging Criteria: Interview 50%, Dressy Sportswear 25%, Evening Wear 25%, On Stage Question 10%

Ms. Senior America Pageant
Web Site: Visit: Ms. Senior America Pageant.
Age Requirement: 60 & Over
Location: Atlantic City, New Jersey
Date: October 208-30 2014
Entry Fee: Contact State Director
Entry Deadline: Contact State Director
Judging Criteria: Interview, Inner Beauty, Evening Gown & Talent

America’s Super Ms
Web Site: Visit: http://www.senioramerica.org/
Mrs Division: All Ages – Married or Widowed
Ms Division: 26 & Over – Single or Divorced
Classic Plus or Mature Division: (married/single/divorced/widowed)
Location: Montana
Date: June 22 2014
Entry Fee: $595.00
Judging Criteria: Photogenic, Interview, 30 second Introduction/Statement, Swimwear/Athletic Attire and Evening Gown. Each area of competition is weighted 1-20 points. Ties will be broken with an additional Onstage Statement (up to 60 seconds).

B

Beauties of America
Web Site: Visit: http://www.diversedreams.com/boa/index.html
Age Requirements:
20’s: 20-29
30’s: 30-39
40’s: 40-49
50’s: 50-59
60’s: 60 & Over
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Date: July 24- 27 2014
Entry Fee: $950.00
Judging Criteria: Interview 40%, Fitness 25%, Evening Gown 25%, Photogenic 10%.

C

Conservative US Pageants
Web Site: Visit: Conservative US Pageants. FB page has not been updated since 2013
Age Requirements:
Mrs. 25 & Older (Married)
Ms. 30 & Older (Single, Widowed, Divorced, Separated)
Judging Criteria: Interview 40%, Fitness 15%, Evening Gown 20%, Patriot/Spirit Wear15% & Photogenic 10%
*** Extra Bonus Points: (10) – Please see website (About Us) for details

D

Dream Girl USA Pageant
Web Site: Visit: http://www.dreamgirlsusapageant.com/
Age Requirements – Toddlers to Senior (Mother/Daughter) please inquire
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Date: July 9-13 2014
Entry Fee: $695.00 if making payments or $595.00 if paid in full
Judging Criteria: Spokes Model – 50% & Formal Wear – 50%
Optional: A) Photogenic - B) Portfolio - C) Runway Model -D) Talent

E

Exquisite International
Web Site: http://www.exquisitepageants.com/index.html
Teen 13-19
Miss 20-29
Ms. 30-49
Mrs. 22-49
Classic 50+
Location: Baltimore MA
Date: Aug. 21-23 2014
Entry Fee: $500.00
Judging: Interview 30%, Fitness wear 20%, Fashion 20%, Evening Wear 30%

G

Galaxy International Pageants
Web Site: Visit: http://www.galaxypageants.com/
Mrs Division: Age 21 & Over – Married
Miss 19-29 must be unmarried
Ms Division: Age 30 & Over – Single, Divorced, Widowed & Single Mother
Miss Teen – 15-18
Location: Orlando, Florida
Date: Aug. 9 2014
Entry Fee: $1,200.00
Judging Criteria: 20% - Photogenic, Interview, Swimsuit, Fashion & Evening Gown

Ms/Mrs. US Globe/ Mrs. Globe
Web Site: Visit: http://mrsglobe.com/
MS/MRS US Globe
Age Requirement: 21 & Over – Married or Divorced
Single Applicants Age Requirement: 26 & Over
Date: July 10-13 2014
MRS Globe
Age Requirement: 21 & Over – Married or Divorced
Location: Las Vagas
Date: August July 17-20 2014
*Entry Fee: $1,800.00 - 2,000.00 (Please call to confirm)
Judging Criteria: Personality Profile, Swimsuit & Evening Gown
Scoring is done on the preferential ballot system.

Global United Pageant
Web Site: http://www.globalunitedpageant.com/
Age: Teen 13-17
Miss 18-24
Ms 25-44
Mrs. Any age and married
Classic 45-59
Sr. Ms 60+
Location: Minneapolis MN
Date: July 16-19 2014
Entry Fee: $500.00
Judging: interview 35% community service 20% evening wear 20% onstage question 5% personality wear 20%

I

Mrs. International
Web Site: Visit: http://www.mrsinternational.com/
Age Requirement: 21 & Over - Married
Location: Jacksonville FL
Date: July 25-26 2014
Entry Fee: Contact State Director Or National Office
Entry Deadline: Contact State Director or National Office
Judging Criteria: 50% Interview, 25% Aerobic Wear & 25% Evening Gown

M
Miss American Beauties Plus Pageant
Web Site: http://www.americanbeautiespluspageant.com/#!
Age: Teen +
Location: TBA
Date: April 24-27 2014
Entry Fee: $575.00 or $375.00 for teens
Judging: Interview 50% Fashion 20% Evening Gown 20% On-stage question 10%

N

National Ms Pageant
Web site: http://www.nationalmspageants.com/#!faq/c16on
Age: Teen 13-19
Miss 20-34
Ms 35+
Mrs 18+
Location: Williamsburg VA
Date: Aug 6-8 2014
Entry Fee: $895.00
Judging: Photogenic 20% interview 20% Fitness 20% Evening Gown 20% Glamor Wear 20%

P

Petite America Pageants
Teen/Miss/Ms/Mrs/Mrs. Woman/Lady/Mrs. Lady/Classic
Web Site: Visit: http://www.petiteamericapageants.com/
Height Requirements: 5’6” & Under No exceptions. Contestants will be measured at orientation.
Ms.: 18-34 years old; may or may not have children and/or be pregnant
Ms. Woman: 35-49 years old; may or may not have children and/or be pregnant
Mrs.: 18-34 years old, married, may or may not have children and/or be pregnant
Mrs. Woman: 35-49 years old; married, may or may not have children and/or be pregnant
Mrs. Lady: 50 and up; married, may or may not have children
Lady: 50 and up; may or may not have children
*Classic: any age; any marital status, may or may not have children, MUST be size 14 and up*
Location: Connecticut
Date: June 30 2014
Entry Fee: $695.00
Deposit: $75.00
Judging Criteria: Interview 40%, High Fashion Wear 20%, Evening Gown 25%, On Stage Question 10%

T

Today’s American Woman
Web Site: http://www.todaysamericanwoman.com/
Age: Jr Teen 11-13
Teen 14-17
Miss 18-25
Ms 21-35
Mrs 21-35
Classy Ms 36-49
Classy Mrs 36-49
Elite Ms 50-65
Golden Ms 60+
Petite 5’4” and under
Curvy over size 14
Location: Greenville SC
Date: June 21 2014
Entry Fee: $500.00
Judging: Interview 50% glamorous wear 20% fitness 10% evening wear 20%

U

Mrs. United States
Web Site: Visit: http://www.mrsunitedstates.com/
Age Requirement: 21 & Over - Married
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Date: July 20-25 2014
Entry Fee: Contact State Directors Or National Office
Entry Deadline: Contact State Directors or National Office
Judging Criteria: Personal Interview, Swimsuit Presentation & Evening Gown

United States Pageants
Web Site: Visit: http://www.missunitedstates.com/
Divisions: Ms/Miss/Teen/Jr. Teen
Location: Washington, DC
Date: July 2014
Entry Fee: Contact National Director director@missunitedstates.org. Or Telephone: 434.825.5553
Entry Deadline: Contact National Director
Judging Criteria: Personal Interview, Swimsuit & Evening Gown

United America Pageant
Web Site: http://unitedamericapageant.com/
Age Requirements:
Jr. Teen 13-15, Teen 16-18 (ONE Title will be awarded for these age divisions)
Miss 19-25, (or High School Senior and up)never married
Mrs. 21 and up, married
Ms. 23 and up, any marital status
Classic 40 and up, any marital status, Elite 50 and up, any marital status (ONE title will be awarded for these age divisions)
Petite - 5'6" or shorter. Any age, any marital status (ONE title will be awarded)
Royal, Open to Returning and Former Queens from any Age Division
If qualified, contestants can compete in more than one division. Check with director for details.
Location: Austin, Texas
Date: June 19-22 2014
Entry Fee: $1,000.00
Judging Criteria: Interview, Evening Gown, Fashion Wear & Photogenic


United States Woman of Achievement
Web Site: Visit: http://www.womanofachievement.com/
Age Requirements:
MRS. U.S. Woman of Achievement (I) (24 - 39)
MRS. U.S. Woman of Achievement (II) (40 and Over)
Location: Anaheim, California
Date: November 7-9 2014
Entry Fee: N/A
Judging Criteria: 25% INTERVIEW
20% PLATFORM (Previous Work or Planned Work on Community Platform)
15% LIFESTYLE in FITNESS (Aerobic or Swimwear)
25% SPEECH OR TALENT (Performing Arts or Visual Media)
15% EVENING GOWN

USA Universal
Web site: http://www.usuniversalpageants.com/
Age: Mrs: 25+ Ms: 21+ (Not married)
Location: Rhode Island
Date: June 12-17 2014
Entry Fee: Mrs. US Universal 2014: $1250.00 but now ONLY $850.00 until April 15th! Ms. US Universal 2014: $899.00 but now ONLY $725.00 until April 15th!
Mrs. US Universal 40's: $550.00
Judging: Lifestyle and Fitness in Swimsuit - 20% Evening Wear - 20% Costume Competition 10% On-Stage Question- 10% (Top 3/5)


US United Pageant
Web Site: http://www.usunitedpageant.com/index.html
Age: ALL AGES
Location: Atlanta GA
Date: July 17-20 2014
Entry Fee: $300.00 until May 31st then $325.00 After
Judging: interview 25% outfit of choice 25% personal introduction 25% evening wear 25%

W

Mrs. World
Web Site: Visit: http://mrsworld.com/
Age Requirement: 18 & Over - Married
Location: TBA
Date: TBA
Entry Fee: Contact National Office
Entry Deadline: Contact National Office
Judging Criteria: Personal Interview, Swimsuit Presentation & Evening Gown


World Universal Pageant
Web Site: Visit: http://brackensavv7.wix.com/worlduniversalpageants
Jr Teen 13-15
Teen 16-19
Miss 20-24
Ms 25-39
Mrs 25-39
Ms Woman 40+
Location: TBA
Date: 2014 TBA
Entry Fee: $295.00
Judging Criteria: Opening Number Introduction, Interview, Photogenic, Evening Gown New York/Paris Fashion Wear

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Subject: Katy Johnson-WILL COMPETE IN MRS VERMONT! LOOK OUT!


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Date Posted: 07/17/14 8:21:54pm

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Subject: Are women who have civil unions allowed to compete in Mrs. Pageants???


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Date Posted: 07/11/14 4:45:40pm


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Subject: NEW Facebook page for ALL Mrs. Pageants


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Hopefully this will help unite instead of divide
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Date Posted: 07/15/14 8:11:01am

http://www.facebook.com/mrspageants

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Subject: Earn Sponsorship Money -Pageantrack.com


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Date Posted: 07/ 9/14 7:41:27pm

Hi All,

Most Pageant girls are always in need to find ways to pay for their Pageant Goals, PageantRack.com is offering an amazing Opprotunity to Earn Sponsorship Dollars.

PageantRack.com is the ONLY FREE Pageant Resale Site, You can list your pageant items for sale and never be charged a FEE.

PageantRack.com can pay Facebook to advertise, or pay pageant girls reach their dreams and pay them for sharing items onto Facebook.

This is an easy way to Earn up to $50.00 Per month in sponsorship dollars, if you are interested please email pageantrack@gmail.com For more info.

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Subject: One week away from the arrival of the Mrs. International contestants! I'm dying to see what some of these ladies look like in person!


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The GOOD and bad transformations!
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Date Posted: 07/15/14 8:29:53am


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Subject: Mrs US Globe what a joke


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Date Posted: 06/28/14 1:36:38am

Mrs US Globe was canceled this year and supposedly moved to March of 2015. What a joke! Obviously Tracy wasn't making money on her fake Women in Need Charity or Tracy In Need. Who does that? You took my money and give only 6 weeks notice of canceling. When I called Westin, I was informed she never even made the deposits. Stay away from Globe and their raise money for WIN. This pageant needs to go away and stop with their lies

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Subject: I was trying to research the Ms division of the Miss American Beauty pageant-- but it looks like there are 2 different pageants that award that same exact title? What is going on? One of them , the pageant just happened, the other one I think is coming up I in Sept? Both have lots of different divisions. I'm confused!


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Date Posted: 07/ 9/14 4:56:01pm


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Subject: Just a thought. Why, if we are not using MS or Mrs or Rev in front of contestant names, do we use Dr in front of names? If you are in a pageant you are not there in a medical capacity, there may be other conestants who worked for years too to obtain a PhD and could rightfully be called Dr and the conestatnts' paperowrk will contain the fact that they are a physician. I worked for a Dr who was regularly listed in the top 10 nationwide in his field. His take- he called himself Dr Smith when he was making medical calls and John Smith if the call was non-medical.


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Date Posted: 07/13/14 10:49:03pm


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Subject: UNITED AMERICA 2014 - AND THE WNNER'S ARE?


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Date Posted: 06/22/14 12:50:42pm

UNITED AMERICA CLASS OF 2014

23 Contestants - 7 Titles - 3 Ambassadors

Teen: Tatelynn Ingram
Miss: Brigette Dechant
Ms.: Shaune Stauffer
Mrs.: Parlisha Watts-Andrews
Elite: Deanna Sammons Bebeau
Petite: Deb Morton
Royal: Carolyn Ladd
Petite United America Ambassador: Cynthia Trinidad
United America Ambassador: Ariel Talen-Keller
United America Ambassador: Kristina Rowe

CLICK PHOTO TO WATCH 2014 UNITED AMERICA PAGEANT



www.unitedamericapageant.com

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Subject: Ms. America/America International & International 2014 Delegates


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Date Posted: 07/11/14 7:11:18pm

2014 Ms. America Delegates
DATE: August 7-9, 2014
Pageant Finals: Saturday, August 9th/7:00 pm @ The Curtis Theater

Ms. America 2013 - Chiniqua Pettaway

Ms. America International 2013 - Robin Griffin

Ms. International 2013 - Stacy Smith

Which ladies will wear the Crowns?

Alabama 2014 - Lakecia Whitfield
California 2014 - Lucia Castano
California Coast 2014 - Ashley Rose Galli
California Regional 2014 - Martha Redfearn *
California State 2014 - Shannon Lee Salt *
East Coast America 2014 - Gretchen Freudenvoll
Florida 2014 - Dr. Diana Lawrence *
Florida State 2014 - Amanda Wamunyima
Georgia 2014 - Bree Sobers
Illinois 2014 - Deborah Tuttle *
Massachusetts 2014 - Kimberly Hannon *
Michigan 2014 - Stephanie Kay Rushlow
New England America 2014 - Stephanie Mills
New York 2014 - Amy Bell *
Pennsylvania 2014 - Malinda Koncar
South Carolina 2014 - Deborah Valis-Flynn *
South Florida 2014 - Dee Lane *
South Texas 2014 - Tina Fox
Southeast America 2014 - Dreamy Patel
Southwest America 2014 - Riti Chikkerur
Texas 2014 - Kristine Skocpo-Saleh
Virginia 2014 - Ericka Thomas
Washington 2014 - Laura Hunter
West Coast 2014 - Kena Strohmeier
Wisconsin 2014 - Veronica Makhija

* Ms. America International Delegates

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Subject: Happy Thoughts!


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Date Posted: 07/ 3/14 10:32:05am

This weekend I was at a smaller, all ages up to Ms. Mrs. Pageant on the East Coast, I had a young daughter in the competition. There was one woman who I've never met, but have seen her compete many many times in this particular system. I don't think she ever even placed. This was her day! She shined on stage and even though it was a small pageant the look on her face when she won was so precious and truly inspirational. There were so many people there routing for her I just had to find out more about her. Turns out she is a hard working volunteer (without a crown) for Special Olympics. After they called the runner up, there was a woman next to her who just grabbed her and hugged her uncontrollably out of sheer happiness. Say what you will, I know there is nastiness and weirdness out there, but what I saw over the weekend was sheer joy and true friendship. This is what I love about pageants...please support each other and help to make each others' dreams come true. And when it happens for someone else... be happy for them.. your turn in the spotlight is just around the corner....

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Subject: Mrs International


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Date Posted: 06/ 9/14 9:24:34am

Hello I am new to the Mrs world, what is the entry fee for Mrs International? And what seems to be the fee for a Mrs state international?

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Subject: Does anyone know what happened at the US Universal Pageant? Or anything about this pageant?


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Date Posted: 06/19/14 6:11:52pm


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Subject: Earn $25 per hour promoting a Pageant Site


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Date Posted: 07/ 8/14 10:42:52pm

Hi, We are looking for 10 ladies to promote our site earn $25.00 per hour, promote our site 15 min per day and earn $100.00 per month, for more info please email pageantrack@gmail.com

site you will be promoting is pageantrack.com

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Subject: MS United States 2014 Results


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Date Posted: 07/ 6/14 5:50:39pm

MS UNITED STATES: Delaware
1st r/up: South Carolina
2nd r/up: Kentucky
3rd r/up: Nevada
4th r/up: Alabama

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Subject: Looking for a recommendation


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Date Posted: 06/22/14 5:57:46pm

I would like to compete in a pageant that makes you feel like royalty. I am willing to pay. Am not a Mrs but instead a Ms. Would prefer to stay on the eastern half of the country (live in SC now).

Also don't want swimsuit or fitness. Anyone have any good ideas?

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Subject: Bio paperwork


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Date Posted: 07/ 6/14 4:58:05pm

When you are judging, has the type of paper the Bio page is printed on and color printing every affected your scoring on a delegate?
I am about to print out my bio (again!) for an upcoming pageant, and I can’t help thinking back on all the times I have judged.

I don’t ever recall a time when I said “Wow! This is some excellent cardstock! I’m giving an extra point!”

As long as the pages look clear and have good content, does it really matter if it is printed on thick cotton resume paper with color ink?

What are your thoughts?

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Subject: Good Luck Ms. Florida United States - Collins Medlin


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Date Posted: 06/30/14 10:41:25am



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Subject: How does a first-timer choose the right Mrs. pageant?


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Date Posted: 06/23/14 10:54:58am

I've always wanted to compete in a pageant, but honestly I never felt like I had a talent that translated on stage. I'm newly married, and I've been researching Mrs. pageants. I'm very interested in competing in a Mrs. pageant, but there seem to be so many options. Are there certain pageants better for first-timers? How do you choose which Mrs. pageant is right for you? Any advice is much appreciated!

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Subject: So you are saying Kelly knew she was going to win? I'm going to ask


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Date Posted: 07/ 3/14 7:02:20am


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Subject: Is it alright to wear a sleeveless dress for interview or should I stick to a regular suit? This is for a Mrs. Pageant this summer. The website does not have any previous contestant interview photos to view.


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Newbie Mrs.
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Date Posted: 07/ 2/14 10:15:36pm


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Subject: Wardrobe choices...


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Maybe competitor
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Date Posted: 06/19/14 10:28:07pm

What are some good ideas for interview outfits and gowns? What makes a Ms/Mrs gown, versus a Miss? And what is in for interviews? Suits, dresses, hosiery? Who are designers to look for?

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Subject: NOW CASTING: MRS CONTESTANTS


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Date Posted: 07/ 1/14 6:25:55pm

NOW CASTING: MRS CONTESTANTS

Major cable network is seeking married women who compete in pageants and love the world of beauty!
We are looking for seasoned vets as well as new chasers of the crown!
Casting nationwide. If interested, please email photo, pageant history and contact information to kroescasting@gmail.com.

Now Casting








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Subject: Saw the first episode of "Game of Crowns"


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Date Posted: 06/10/14 3:16:06pm

I have been asked about and listed to a lot of opinions about “Game of Crowns,” the new reality TV show coming out on Bravo that showcases women in the Mrs. Pageantry world.
I have to admit, I am scratching my head and trying to rationalize what I saw on Miss USA - with girls calling each other “pageant sisters” and giving each other support – and the negative reaction of the Mrs. Pageant world towards these ladies on television.
Um, maybe I am missing something, but didn’t WE crown these women? Didn’t WE pick them as the best married women have to offer, based on our current rules of pageantry competition?
Yes, I’m sure you do know plenty of other women with beautiful souls in pageantry who don’t act like these women….
I also bet not one of them ever gets picked for the crown. Or if they do, they are the minority.
Frankly, I know plenty of benevolent narcissists in the pageantry world!

If you don’t like what you see, start making and advocating for some changes in pageantry.
Or else embrace the beauty system we have, admit that this is what it takes to be competitive in Mrs. Pageantry, and own it for what it is.
Until then, stop complaining that you don’t like them.
It makes us all sound like hypocrites.

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Subject: Who's competing in Beauties of America this year?


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Date Posted: 06/26/14 11:41:02pm

The pageant is next month

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Subject: MS United States


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Date Posted: 06/30/14 7:20:15pm

There has been rumors that the MS division might join the MS Woman & MRS United States Pageant next year in Las Vegas. Can anyone confirm this?

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Subject: ENOUGHT WITH THE FREAKIN' GO FUND ME CRAP!!!


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Date Posted: 06/11/14 11:51:22am

I can't take it anymore!!! If I get one more Go Fund Me request for someone heading to Mrs America my head is going to explode. If you want to compete, be prepared to pay the toll. Sick to death of these queens begging for $$$ to compete at Nationals. WTF?!? Are you kidding me? If I couldn't afford to go nationals I sure wouldn't compete in a prelim. I'm sorry, but if you are ready to compete at State you better be prepared already for Nationals. You know before heading into this that you need $1,000 right up front for an ad page. WHY would you compete if you can't afford it? I just don't get.

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Subject: I see Florida now has an official director for Mrs. Florida International! Any thoughts on this pageant. Keep it positive please. Not trying to start trouble I just think it is very exciting for Florida to have a State pageant again!!


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Subject: What is the voy site for Mrs International


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Date Posted: 06/24/14 8:41:28am


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Subject: MOD....thank you for removing so many of the nega tive posts. It's so disheartening when women use the voy boards to attack and bash others simply because they do not have to be held responsible for their ugliness. I would just love to go through one pageant season without seeing anyone go off on someone else on the voys. Can't we all just try to get along or at least attempt to act like an adult with feelings.


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Life is too short for nastiness!
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Date Posted: 06/23/14 12:11:50pm


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Subject: United America is this weekend-- so curious to see who is competing. 1000.00 is being awarded in each of 6 divisions regardless of number of girls. Nice to see a pageant offer cash as a prize...


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Anyone competing?
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Date Posted: 06/17/14 9:47:51am


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Subject: Mrs Georgia America is next weekend-anyone know who's competing?


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Date Posted: 06/21/14 1:48:02am


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Subject: I love competing in pageants and bring a title holder. But, I am so tired of the exorbitant entry fees! Why on earth should it cost $1000+ to be in a pageant? Directors need to stop trying to make money off of contestants. Heck they may have more on the stage if they reduced their over the top fees!


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Can afford but not willing to pay
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Date Posted: 06/16/14 11:40:18pm


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Subject: National Miss Teen, Miss, Ms & Mrs Pageants


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Date Posted: 06/16/14 11:34:43pm

We cannot believe there is only about one month left to enter for our national pageant. Join our mission to "Inspire others through Positive Pageantry" today.

Enter online today at: https://docs.google.com/a/nationalmspageants.com/spreadsheet/viewform?usp=drive_web&formkey=dEZDcTV4cUQwVG5JSmluT0k3MEg1Q1E6MA#gid=0

Information about our national pageant can be found at: http://www.nationalmspageants.com/#!2014-national-pageant-info/c2311

Mention this email and get a special discount off the entry fee only until 6/30/2014.

Pass it on.........

P.S. - Like us on fb at facebook.com/natmspageants today.

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Subject: Miss Seattle


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Miss Seattle
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Date Posted: 06/12/14 8:43:49pm

Help Miss Seattle 2014 be the Miss Washington Contestant with the most views on her commercial for the state's biggest sponsor Brotherton Cadillac. Every view counts and can help earn scholarship, please watch!
youtube search: "brotherton cadillac kimball gainor" or follow
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CToQ9Gy7_to

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Subject: What ever happened to the mail-in pageants?


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Date Posted: 05/26/14 9:00:55pm

They were big about 10 years ago, any GOOD ones still around?

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Subject: I want everyone to Know about this SITE


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Date Posted: 06/ 5/14 10:34:19pm

I wanted to share this site that I just sold my Pageant Dress on, its called Pageantrack.com I saved over $100.00 on ebay selling my dress because this site is FREE to post. I think everyone should know about this site.

WWW.pageantrack.com

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Subject: Give the queens a break!


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Date Posted: 05/29/14 8:52:15am

I am so tired of reading the rants and messages from so many wanna-be queens complaining about our reigning queens who "do not spend every waking minute promoting the system". Really? Please try to remember, most of these title holders have more important responsibilities such as jobs, children, family expectations and obligations. To manage even two event promotions per month is doing well, in addition to all of the above. Give them a break! Get a life! If you have never won a title and had a crown on your head as a grown woman, wife and mother, you have absolutely no right or reason to condemn those of us who do wear our crowns proudly, but promote our system as our real life allows or provides for. The "platform" system will eventually and thankfully be dust-covered and we will, hopefully, get back to judging women based upon contributions to their family first, church, or community in various modes, as well as overcoming personal illness, disease or mental/medical challenges. These real women are the true queens who understand a crown represents much more than one's ability to criss-cross the state or country every week speaking about a platform they were forced to select to begin with. The "true platform" begins at home since she is the catalyst which makes her house a home for her family. In addition, true charity begins at home. Leave the queens alone...they won their crowns fairly through being the women they are, not by being an advertiser's dream assistant! Get over it, accept it, and be happy for the great women out there who represent "married womanhood", not some not-for-profit organization's puppet!!

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Subject: Has anyone competed in the Ms division of Our Little Miss


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Date Posted: 05/ 8/14 9:09:05pm

Would like to hear your experiences, many thanks!

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Subject: On stage introductions


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Me
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Date Posted: 05/29/14 8:23:23pm

How do I write an on stage introduction for myself? Thanks!

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Subject: Would you compete in a pageant that is trying to raise funds through gofundme.com? Would you donate to a pageant and it's director?


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Date Posted: 05/24/14 4:36:50pm


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Subject: All age charity pageants


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Date Posted: 05/25/14 9:35:52pm

I love all-age summer charity pageants for being fun and helping good causes.
That being said, why do directors of these events have the prize bags and awards for the over 18 crowd match the prizes for the kids?
I get that this event is for charity. But it is hard to take the pageant seriously when I walk away from the event with a ring pop, a Party City birthday crown, and a 3-D medallion with a thumbs up happy face on it.
At that point, all that is missing is the plastic pony.

Just a thought – A nice certificate in a folder, a small box of candy or lip gloss, and a pair of earrings from Claire’s. Much more age appropriate, still leaves plenty of money for the charity, and the items don't go straight into the trash can.

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Subject: We so often post here about meanies and crazies (Cause pageants are FULL of THEM!!!!!) But what about the good ones? Any stories of nice girls who went above and beyond? A sweet story of kindness or frienship? A special moment in the pageant world that makes you want to come back?


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Date Posted: 05/16/14 7:52:49am


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Subject: What is the Mrs. United States VOY #


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Date Posted: 05/23/14 4:05:50pm


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Subject: Has anyone ever competed in US Continental in Florida and if so, is there anything you can tell me about it. I am considering competing there because I have only done little pageants prior to this one. I just really want to know what it takes to win this one. Truly appreciate any feedback ladies.


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Date Posted: 05/23/14 8:06:28pm


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Subject: Wishful thinking


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Date Posted: 05/18/14 3:31:59pm

I wish all pageant websites would contain the following information:

- date, time, location of the event on the front page
- cost to attend the event and whether any discounts will apply (visiting titleholders from same or different pageant systems)
- list and photos of contestants competing with short biographies
- list of awards to be given at the pageant as well as selection criteria for each award
- list of complete pageant rules including general requirements for queens such as appearance requirements and non-compete rules.
- list of competition categories with example pictures and descriptions. These descriptions should be given to judges, so both contestants and judges have the exact same information.
- photos from last year's event in each phase of competition with each contestant.
- complete cost information to compete; one page should contain all of the costs including entry fee(s), ad page fees (and whether they are required), ticket prices, special event ticket info, hotel information, etc.
- a bonus is an active and updated pageant blog or Facebook page wherein the queen as well as contestants are highlighted.

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Subject: Once and for all, what's the deal with Galaxy?


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Date Posted: 04/14/14 9:44:25pm


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Subject: Thoughts on the new Mrs. Florida America, what are the judges looking for in fitness these days


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Date Posted: 05/20/14 5:20:04pm


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Subject: How have the Big 3 pageants progressed/changed over the years?


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Date Posted: 05/17/14 12:00:13pm

Mrs America, Mrs United States & Mrs International.

Each of the 3 have an "angle" or focus. But have they progressed or improved over the years or regressed?

Are they headed in the right direction?

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Subject: Entry Deadline for United America is just ONE WEEK away!


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Date Posted: 05/15/14 11:40:10pm

THIS is the year to enter the United America Pageant, because we're celebrating our 10th anniversary! Every contestant will receive great gifts including an individual 3-look photo shoot with one free picture (and reasonable package prices too.) We have time for fun things like this because we DON'T spend a lot of time rehearsing. Our pageant weekend is all about YOU!

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We'll crown just seven queens this year, in age divisions for teens and up, including Petite for contestants 5'6" and under. EACH new queen will receive a $1,000 cash prize. This could be one of the best last-minute decisions you'll ever make.

Enter now and come join us in Austin, Texas, June 19th-22nd. For more details and an online entry form, please visit our website, www.UnitedAmericaPageant.com

Can't make it this year? We'll miss you, but you can watch our pageant live online!

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Subject: Competing Pregnant?


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Date Posted: 05/13/14 10:15:51am

I was creeping on websites and Facebook pages (because yes, I am a creeper), and I saw that Mrs. Minnesota United States is pregnant, due in September... which means she'll be about 7 months pregnant at Nationals. Not judging, just wondering--thoughts on competing pregnant and showing? I don't know that I'm that brave, but more power to her!!!

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Subject: Mrs. Florida United States 2014 - Vida Hargrett


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Pam Bolter, Exec Director Mrs. Florida
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Date Posted: 05/11/14 5:14:14pm



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Subject: 2014 Mrs. Florida State Finalists


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Date Posted: 04/16/14 8:28:47pm

Announcing the 2014 State Finalists for the Mrs. Florida United States title!

Please keep things positive and uplifting for all involved. Each of these beautiful and accomplished ladies would make a great representative of the Sunshine State! Visit: www.mrsfl.us.

Who will wear the CROWN?????



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Subject: CONGRATULATIONS to Nicole Rash Cook who just won Mrs. Illinois and will go on to compete in this years Mrs. America Pageant. Nicole was first runner up in the MISS AMERICA 2008 pageant and won MS. AMERICA 2012. What a great pageant competitor and I predict she will go on to become this years MRS AMERICA and MRS WORLD! Congratulations Again! www.nicolerash.com


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Date Posted: 04/20/14 6:37:51pm


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Subject: Should larger pageants do payment plans for state queens to come up with their state fees? Most pageants I've done want the full amount paid before shipping crown and sash. If there are payments allowed what do you feel is a reasonable time for people to finish paying the state title upon application and initial deposit? 60 days? 90 days?


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Just wondering the protocol for fees are industry-wide these days...
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Subject: American Dream


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National Queen
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Date Posted: 05/ 6/14 12:54:48pm

Still time to enter !! www.americandreampageants.com
American Dream get ready, volunteer of the year award.
Community service award
Director award
American Dream today Outstanding woman award
Best gown, best fashion, model, interview awards.
Best commercial award.
Photogenic award
Best western wear award.
Congenialty award
American Dream spirit award.
Lifetime award

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Subject: Just over a month till United America Pageant entry deadline


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Date Posted: 04/18/14 9:25:10pm

Our entry deadline is coming up soon!

If you've thought about entering the United America or Petite United America Pageant, but haven't yet, this is the perfect year to come on down to Texas. We're celebrating our 10th anniversary, with lots of special activities in store and $1,000 CASH prizes for our winners. Join us for a very special and very FUN pageant weekend, June 19-22nd in Austin, Texas. We’ve made our schedule with YOU in mind.

  • Thursday Night Meet and Greet (optional)

  • Friday Morning Interviews

  • Friday Afternoon photo shoot, activities, and free time

  • Friday Evening Dinner & Party

  • Saturday morning, short rehearsal and LOTS of free time

  • Saturday evening pageant (5PM)

  • Sunday, tentative (and optional) early farewell event, then free to travel home


Entry fee is $1,000 or $900 if you do not want a state crown and banner, which will not be needed during pageant weekend. No required ad sales!

Get all the details at www.UnitedAmericaPageant.com


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Subject: https://www.voy.com/225301/


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Coffee time!!! Let's get this started! Offer Advise, share tips and secrets, and support one another! If you won't say it to the person's face, then you can't say it here either! Have fun!
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Date Posted: 04/23/14 10:50:52am


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Subject: What the HECK is going on with Galaxy International ????


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Date Posted: 09/ 8/13 1:13:59pm

I have seen SOOO very little about the Galaxy Pageant at the International Level this year..... Why is this???? This USED to be one of the most prestigious pageants in the US!!! What is going on with this??? For the last couple of years I am just really confused with the results. Does anyone else feel this way ??? I'm not getting the selections for the Titleholders?? Galaxy used to be a Beauty Pageant bery much like Miss Universe, now it seems like very average women with pseudo missions to save the world are winning... All pageant systems want smart articulate women, but COM'ON. Can someone please tell me what the heck is going on??? I'd really like a explanation , because with the exception of the Georgia teen, this years winners are abysmal, uninteresting , and not worthy of a Galaxy Crown. I know this probably sounds mean , I just don't get it. Are there inside politics at work? Is there a new director? I cannot be the only one seeing this.

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Subject: Have you been thinking of doing another pageant, and don't know which one to choose?


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Janet Bierer
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Date Posted: 04/21/14 2:30:03pm

Have you been thinking of doing another pageant, and don't know which one to choose?
Please consider the America's SUPER Pageant!






We'll be awarding up to 7 National titles... as well as crowning an overall winner as the Int'l SUPER Ms. with out amazing RED crown!


* America's SUPER PreTeen - 8-12 yrs

* America's SUPER Teen - 13-18 yrs

* America's SUPER Miss - 19-29 yrs

* America's SUPER Ms. - 30-49

* America's SUPER Mrs. - 30-49

* America's SUPER Classic - 50+ yrs

* America's SUPER Queen - Plus sizes

* Int'l SUPER Ms. - Overall winner and our AMAZING red crown!
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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.


The areas of competition are scored equally;

Little Black Dress Introduction - The Parade of Beauties (no dancing) will include Delegates wearing a cocktail dress of their choice, consisting primarily of black, while introducing themselves. Delegates may speak up to 30 seconds to promote themselves & their platforms. Attire should reflect the Delegates personal sense of style. Creative accessories &/or Shoes welcome. Floor length gowns or casual attire are NOT allowed. Judging criteria: Personal Introduction and Personality.
Photogenic - Each Delegate must submit one photo for judging. Photo may be color or B/W, and should be no larger than 8x10. Photos may be full length, or Head shots. Photos must be submitted by June 1st.
Interview - Delegate Interviews will be conducted on a panel basis. Each Delegate will spend 5 minutes with the judges. Judges will ask questions based primarily upon your Biographical submission, but may include opinion or current event questions. Pant suit or suit dress attire recommended. Judging criteria includes; Personality, Appearance, and Conversation Skills
Swimsuit/Athletic Attire - Delegates must provide a swimwear or athletic attire outfit of their choice. Swimsuits may be one or two-piece swim suit (with or without wrap) for competition. Judging criteria: Poise, grace, body proportion, and overall healthy appearance. Swimsuit must be in good taste. No thongs. Delegate may wear hose or sarong. High heels are required, and should be clear or nude in color. Athletic Attire, and should wear appropriate footwear for clothing style. PreTeen do not compete in swimwear or Athletic attire.
Evening Gown - Delegates will model an evening gown of their choice. Gowns may be simple or very elaborate, but will not be judged based on monetary value. Judging criteria : Modeling, beauty, grace, poise, and overall elegance.



The America's SUPER Pageant entry fee of $595, 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! We also offer a $100 referral credit when you and a friend or daughter enter together! 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!



Janet Bierer - Director

America's SUPER Pageant

PreTeen, Teen, Miss, Ms., Mrs., Classic & Queen

www.AmericasSUPERpageant.com


406-360-8777

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Subject: If you have competed in Mrs. U. S. Continental or Mrs. Corporate America, could you please share your experience?


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Date Posted: 04/ 7/14 4:30:44pm


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Subject: And the new Mrs. California United States 2014 is: Chantéa McIntyre


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Date Posted: 04/14/14 1:09:01pm

Chantéa McIntyre - Mrs. California United States 2014 - Crowning Moment
1st Runner Up: Liz Eddy
2nd N/A
3rd N/A
4th N/A



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Subject: Mrs/Miss/Teen International Voy


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a secret?
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Date Posted: 04/17/14 12:11:42pm


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Subject: American Beauty National Pageant


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Christi
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Date Posted: 04/15/14 10:04:29pm

At the risk of being accused of overposting ;) ...here goes... The American Beauty pageant system is still accepting applications for at large titleholders in many states in Mrs. Ms and Elite divisions. The deadline is fast approaching though!

Elite American Beauty - Unmarried, Married, Divorced, Single, Widowed, age 50 and over as of the start date of the National pageant.

Mrs. American Beauty- Married, 21 and over as of the start date of the National pageant.

Ms. American Beauty- Unmarried, Married, Divorced, Single, Widowed, age 30 and over as of the start date of the National pageant.

The national pageant is held in June, 24-27th in Kissimmee, Florida and is cheaper than most state pageants. The entry fee is only $495, plus a $100 ad fee, (of $595 for those who have mentioned they don’t like the costs divided like this) :)

The fee includes:
-Custom crown

-Embroidered satin sash with rhinestone trim

-Photo Cd of the pageant

-Trip to downtown Disney

-Admission to watch Tiny Miss, Little Miss, Jr Miss and Pre-Teen American Beauty Pageant which is held on a different day than the Mrs., Ms. & Elite division. (You are not competing against nor will you be on stage with little kids for any part of the competition or crowning!)

-Admission to watch Miss US International & Miss US Supranational Pageant which is held at a different time than the American Beauty divisions entirely.

Judging for the Ms. & Mrs. divisions is 40% Interview, Swimsuit OR Fitness 20%, Evening Gown 30% and Overall Stage Presence 10%

Judging for the Elite division is 50% interview, Swimsuit OR Fitness 20%, Evening Gown 20% and Overall Stage Presence 10%

There are currently only 8 ladies registered in Mrs. 5 in Ms. and 3 in Elite, an increase from the previous 2 years but still low enough to make it worth the trip to Florida :)

Our system is not leaden with contractual burdens; you are free to compete in other systems while you hold a state or national title. All that we ask is that national titleholders come back to crown the successor next year and that you make 12 appearances in your national crown and sash throughout the year.
The minimum prize package is $250 cash, plus a bunch of other prizes and it goes up from there, the more delegates there are, the bigger the cash prize is!
I am mostly recruiting for the Midwest, which is my region and so far only Michigan and Great Lakes are crowned. I am looking for representation in Ms. Mrs. & Elite for Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois & Indiana…however if you are from any other state and are interested please do not hesitate to email me or apply on my website. I will help anyone! The team of regional directors really works together on this venture to make sure that the delegates are all taken care of and have everything they need regardless of where they are from and who is the regions manager!
http://midwestregionalpageants.com/apply-now/

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Subject: Missing Pageants.....


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what happened?
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Date Posted: 04/15/14 4:30:33pm

Just trying to find some missing pageants. Anyone know what happened to America's Miss, Ethnic World, Mrs. Earth, All American (bought by someone), Global America (also supposedly bought by someone)and National Mrs.? Just wondering if they are all defunct....

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Subject: The Florida US contestants are up on Facebook!


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mrs and ms.
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Date Posted: 04/15/14 12:17:53pm


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Subject: Mrs. California United States


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Mrs. Fan
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Date Posted: 04/13/14 4:10:40pm

Mrs. California United States is today at 4:00 There are 14 contestants. Good luck ladies.

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Subject: Looking for something besides FL and CA


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Date Posted: 04/ 7/14 10:14:05pm

Are there any national-level Mrs. pageants that are not in Florida or California? Both are quite a hike for me and the airfare would eat up a big chunk of my budget.

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Subject: Random Pageant Rant... I am so tired of "winning" coupons for prizes. 50% off of a tooth whitening that is 2000.00 or 1000.00 off a pageant gown 3000.00 and over, 15% off my entire purchase at a boutique- are COUPONS, not prizes. Directors: If I have to spend money to get my prize, it's not a prize! Grrrrrrrrrrr........


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OK, that is all.
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Date Posted: 04/ 8/14 9:15:05am


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Subject: CHECK OUT the prize package!!!! www.missallstarunitedstates.com


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Date Posted: 03/31/14 10:22:52pm


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Subject: What should a pageant judge wear?


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Date Posted: 04/ 9/14 12:05:20pm


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Subject: Interview dress


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New Mrs
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Date Posted: 04/ 8/14 1:17:46am

Hi is a bodycon dress appropriate for a pageant interview? The pageant I'm competing in says this is a glamorous pageant. I just don't to be out of place. Also are there any places I can get a great interview dress.

Thanks

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Subject: I was looking at FB at national queens. When did entering a pageant turn into "who can do the most public service or charitable works?" Yes, I love doing that. But what happened to just going and competing, trying to be your best, and looking good? In most pageants, the beauty ends up winning anyway. What does this have to do with reading to children or running in marathons? Did the judges pick the winners for that reason, or were they looking at their beauty & fitness? Why do new winners feel they have to jump into a charity or do good deeds based on their looking fine in a swimsuit? We need to separate our pageants so that we know which path to take. Even Miss USA pretends she is on missions to do good works. Are you kidding me? She was chosen for her gorgeous face and bod, not her community service. I wish pageants would stop trying to be do-gooders in their marketing, and just come out and admit they want a Sophia Varga as their winner. At least I'd know how to compete.


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Date Posted: 04/ 3/14 7:46:58am


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Subject: Post Pageant Rules


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Date Posted: 04/ 2/14 3:05:11pm

The Care and Feeding of Your Runner Ups
I was recently entered a pageant. Like many of the other contestants out in the pageantry world, I was determined to win! This year would be the year!
I trained like an Olympic athlete... I groomed myself and re groomed... I rehearsed day in and day out for weeks. Anything and everything which might be an issue was addressed and polished like a penny.
Pageant day came, and I sold it like ice on a hot day!
And when the crowning moment came… Someone else’s name was called.

Well, darn!
I will admit, I was disappointed. But like any experienced competitor, I had learned the way to treat the winner. This was an etiquette that had been established long before I came along. As the runner up, I was expected to smile and congratulate the winner. I was expected to remain positive. I was to not look back at the sacrifices of time and money I had made, but was to look forward to the future of trying again.
What I didn’t expect was the way people treated me as I came off the floor and into the crowd.
Maybe it is just me being a little sensitive (normal for someone who didn’t win), but I have to ask myself what some people were thinking when they approach a losing competitor after not winning something they worked hard for!

What I liked and wanted to hear after losing the pageant;
“You did really good! I enjoyed seeing you on stage.”
Or “I was cheering for you! I’m glad you entered!”
Or even “I know you’re disappointed, but I hope you do enter next year because you still did a good job.” (To be fair, this is what most people have said.)
But I also have had more than a few of these well-intended, but curious comments, like
“You know where you went wrong? Your face. You have a great body but something about your face is just not right!”
Here is another good one… “You did much better this year. Usually you look so clueless on stage. We were all talking about this in the audience.” (Um, thanks?)
Another well intended but still brutal comment, “Where did you place again? Why didn’t you win? Can you explain to me why the judges picked the winner over you?”

The funny thing is these comments were intended to make me feel better! I genuinely believe these individuals came to me with the intention of helping me by giving me their opinions and feedback.
The problem was not their intentions, but the timing of their comments and way they were delivering their message.

I think this was simply due to a lack of knowledge of how it feels to be on a pageant stage and the fact that we don’t have a good tradition of what to say to someone who didn’t win.
So I have decided it is time to discuss the care and feeding of the runners up!
Win or lose, when you walk off that stage, you are tired and just want to relax! You have been standing in heels sometimes literally for days. You have invested major energy and focus in trying to be the best you can be for the judges. At the end of the pageant, all you want to do is sit down and enjoy some snacks and good company! So I have created some rules for the end of the pageant!

Rule number one: Let them eat cake!
I know it is tempting to rush your favorite friend with your notes and advice while it is still fresh in your head, but now is not the time! Write down your notes on your program or notepad, and simply let your friend bask in the fact that she got up on stage and showed her best stuff! Let her eat some post-pageant cake and have a glass of wine. Save the comments on how to improve for when your friend announces she is ready to start her next pageant. By then, she will have rested and recovered and will be more willing to hear your helpful advice. This time also gives you a chance to figure out how to phrase your feedback in a way that is constructive versus critical.

This brings us to
Rule number two: Breathing space!
After a pageant, the guests go home. But the queens still have to clean up, pack, check out of the hotel, travel home, greet the family, catch up on calls and mail, catch up on work or school, deal with a household that has been unattended for several days and deal with projects and commitments that had to be pushed back due to the pageant.
Even the most diehard queen is going to need a little downtime to catch up and breathe before committing to new pageant projects.
Many times it is tempting to try to get a queen we like back on the pageant pony. But having a break to regroup and refocus is so essential for someone who puts so much of her life and her resources out there. Even the winner and director deserve a chance to find their footing before attacking the national pageant stage.

Last but not least is
Rule number three: No post-pageant sales pitches!
Immediately after a pageant is not a perfect time to hit your favorite girl up for expensive photo packages, body products, new pageant systems and other fun wares. Most major pageants involve thousands of dollars to compete. Unless your competitor is well funded by her family or sponsor, she probably is not going to be open to hearing about new projects in the near future, and your amazing product or service will seem less welcome and more bothersome.
Business cards are your best friend in this case. Hand them out with a hand-written message of “Call me when you are ready” on the back. This will bring way more loyal business to your door than any quick sales pitch immediately after the pageant.

These are my top 3 post-pageant rules…
Anyone have any others to add?

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