Miss USA contestants are 'TCB' at Graceland this week — masks and all
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Ability to communicate effectively in interview. Delegate will have the opportunity to express herself on current issues and attitudes that affect her and her community. Questions will be primarily derived from the resume that you submit on pageant day. You will receive instructions on how to compile your resume in your welcome packet after you have registered. The judges will be looking for a young woman with a strong sense of reasoning, who can articulate her opinions effectively.
Ashleigh Blake never dreamed of becoming a beauty queen. The year-old amateur model and part-time tutor fantasized about being a movie star or the next Glee triple threat, and posted her resume on the casting networking site GotCast in hopes that Hollywood might call. But when a recruitment associate for Miss California USA, the splashiest state franchise in Donald Trump's Miss Universe pageant ecosystem, sent Ashleigh a message in November expressing interest in scheduling a meeting, she responded right away. But our investigation found that the people behind the scenes — not the camera-ready women they hide behind — are the ones truly worthy of a spotlight. Some of the men who recruit and run the organization's lucrative pageants are scam artists with lengthy track records of manipulating desperate clients with false promises of fame.
The Miss Teenage America Pageant was a United States beauty pageant started in as a pageant for high school girls. In the s and s, it was usually broadcast on the CBS network around November each year. The original pageant ended after , and the name rights were sold to Teen Magazine , which transformed the event into a mail-in contest which evaluated grades and volunteer work. The event ended after the Miss Teenage America was crowned, and Teen Magazine itself ceased operations in From — Dallas, Texas hosted the national pageant, and it moved to Fort Worth, Texas from —