So, you have spent the last 6 months preparing for an upcoming beauty pageant. You have nailed the talent part of the pageant, have a top notch body for swimsuit and have all the grace, poise and confidence of a super model. You have the perfect hair, perfect gown, and everything is going great and you look like you are on your way to nailing it. Then comes the Q and A interview question. You know, the one that Miss California bungled up when asked what you felt about gay marriage?.....here are the top pageant interview questions to help you prepare for what could be the hardest part of the pageant.
And these questions aren't just about handling the easy questions like what is your favorite color or movie. Expect the pageant host to ask questions in one of the following areas:
Current events and controversial events
Your pageant platform
Why you think you would be a good titleholder
In addition to this, you need your answers to freely flow and sound seemless from the beginning of the interview to the end. You also need to temper your answers as to not look meek when you are talking about yourself and at the same time not look arrogant as well.
If you can confidently answer these questions, then chances are very good that you will flow right past this part and be on your way to the crowning ceremony:
- What is the one feature you would change about yourself and why?
- If you could change one things about the world, what would it be?
- What is your definition of success?
- What is the biggest challenge for young people today?
- Which celebrity would you invite to dinner and why?
- Name 3 words that describe you. Now explain why they describe you...
- What bothers you most about what is happening in your country today and why?
- Do you think that professional athletes are overpaid?
- If you could only bring one thing on a desert island with you, what would it be and why?
The pageant interview is the place where most contestants stumble and find themselves rambling at. If you can confidently answer these questions, then you can separate yourself from the majority of your competitors on the stage. I recommend that you sit down and put in the same time answering the most common questions that are asked and read the newspapers and develop opinions about controversial and current events in the chance that the pageant host may ask you a question.