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Subject: Thanks for asking. My answer is: hire a pageant coach for bio, wardrobe and on-stage answer/presence. Secondly, during interview BE YOURSELF! Don't answer questions the way you THINK the judges want...answer from your HEART! Let them see who you really are. and have a lot of bling for evening wear. Lastly, SMILE, SMILE, SMILE, SMILE, SMILE AND SMILE!!!!

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Date Posted: 18:38:09 08/04/10 Wed
In reply to: Mrs. ND 's message, "Advice" on 10:34:49 08/04/10 Wed

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>I may be opening up a can of worms, but it appears
>these boards have a lot of “chair judges,” former
>queens, and delegates commenting. I know there’s a
>stigma hovering over my head since I’m from North
>Dakota, but I’m going to give it my best shot and
>thought I’d ask for advice from you “unofficial
>experts.” I am new to the pageant scene and am
>wondering what is the best piece of advice you could
>give someone competing in their first pageant? Thanks
>for your time! ~Tera

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[> Subject: Thanks to all who took the time to respond!

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Date Posted: 05:44:33 08/05/10 Thu

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[> [> Subject: I think the 1st thing you need to do is not to take TOO MUCH advice. Don't forget, you won so you definately aren't a lost cause by any means. You clearly are very pretty. I would hire someone for hair and makeup and maybe get some extensions. I trust your paperwork is complete by now so just focus on being you. Work out and mentally prepare. Mrs America is not known as a platform pageant so although you need a good interview, the most important thing is the 1st impression. Stand up and stand out and get the question out of your head. You can be Mrs America!!!!! I would also suggest backing away from the boards. They can be toxic and everyone has their favorites. Some are hyped too much and make the infamous top 5 list and some fly under the radar. Either way, it gets too you. Have fun...YOU ARE GOING TO MRS AMERICA!!!!

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Date Posted: 06:16:59 08/05/10 Thu

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