All Star United States

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Last modified on March 2nd, 2018.

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Director: Tammy Johns

Website: missallstarunitedstates.com

The pageant system has a Facebook, Twitter and YouTube presence.

Divisions:

Mrs. All-Star United States age 21 and over – married
Ms. All-Star United States age 24 and over – unmarried and can have children
Miss All-Star United States age 18-29 – not married
Miss Teen All-Star United States age 14-18 – not married

Competition:

Personal Interview: Intelligence, confidence, communication, personality

Swimsuit Competition: Fitness, confidence, beauty

Evening Gown Competition: Beauty, poise, personality, charm

Interview will be a three minute panel interview counting one third of the score.

Swimsuit will focus on physical fitness, beauty, confidence, poise, and grace counting one third of the score.

Gown will focus on elegance, beauty, confidence, poise, and grace counting one third of the score.

Top ten will compete in onstage question, swimsuit, and gown.

Top five will answer final question.

Petite Miss, Pre=Teen, and Junior:

Petite Miss

  • is between the ages of 5 & 7 on or before the first day of the national pageant,
  • is a citizen of the United States, by proof of a birth certificate

Pre-Teen Miss

  • is between the ages of 8 & 10 on or before the first day of the national pageant,
  • is a citizen of the United States, by proof of a birth certificate.

Junior Miss

  • is between the ages of 11 & 13 on or before the first day of the national pageant,
  • is a citizen of the United States, by proof of a birth certificate

Competition:

Beauty and interview (panel style)

Optionals: Color Photogenic, Black and White Photogenic, All-Star Fun Fashion and Community Service

Mission Statement:

The Miss All-Star United States Pageant is a strongly patriotic group that provides a top quality pageant production whereby providing an outlet for the women of America to continue and advance their community service activities. The Miss All-Star United States Pageant believes in the empowerment and advancement of women across our great nation. It is vital in today’s society for young women to get involved and stay active in their communities, state and across the nation. It is imperative that the young women who do not wear the state or national crown realize there is still much more to achieve. Even more importantly, the lady who does wear the crown must understand that it does not and will not end with the crown. She must use the crown to help promote her platform and charities along with the national platform. As a matter of fact, it is more important for her to stand strong and have a powerful support system to achieve all of the goals of the state and national pageants along with her own goals. We believe in providing empowerment and advancement of women while promoting community involvement and a healthy lifestyle.

Please check the website or contact the director for current pageant date, location and entry fees.

 

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