From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Miss International (Miss International Beauty or The International Beauty Pageant) is a Japanese-based international beauty pageant organized by The International Culture Association. The pageant was first held in 1960.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miss_International
A beauty pageant or beauty contest is a competition that has traditionally focused on judging and ranking the physical attributes of the contestants, although most contests have evolved to also incorporate personality traits, intelligence, talent, and a contestant's ability to answer judges' questions on various subjects as judged criteria.
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A beauty contest or beauty pageant, is a public contest to decide which person is the most beautiful. Usually, the entrants are young females, but there are some contests for men. Each contests has its own rules as to who may enter, and what the prizes are. A person who enters a beauty contest or pageant is called a contestant.
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"Beauty Pageant" is the third episode of the second season of the American comedy television series Parks and Recreation, and the ninth overall episode of the series. It originally aired on NBC in the United States on October 1, 2009. In the episode, Leslie serves as a judge in the Miss Pawnee beauty pageant and becomes determined to prevent an attractive, but talentless and unintelligent, contestant from winning. The episode was written by Katie Dippold and directed by Jason Woliner. It feature
At the beginning of the episode, Leslie proudly announces to the parks and recreation staff that she will be judging the Miss Pawnee beauty pageant, a job she takes very seriously. Tom, excited at the prospect of judging women on the basis of their looks, pulls some strings to get a spot on the judging panel along with Leslie. April enters the contest in order to win the $600 prize, despite being disgusted with the concept of a beauty contest. She tries, unsuccessfully, to gain an advantage by s
"Beauty Pageant" was written by Katie Dippold and directed by Jason Woliner. Woliner directed and co-created the MTV sketch comedy show Human Giant, which also featured Parks co-star Aziz Ansari. "Beauty Pageant" featured stand-up comedian Louis C.K. in his second guest performance as Dave Sanderson, a Pawnee police officer romantically interested in Leslie. The Miss Pawnee Pageant is modeled after the long-standing Miss America competition, which awards scholarships to young women from all 50 s
"Beauty Pageant" included several cultural and pop culture references. During her introduction at the pageant, Trish said, "I've been on YouTube", a reference to the video sharing website on which users can upload and share videos. Susan is said to have attended Indiana State University, which helps solidify her standing as the smartest beauty pageant contestant. Leslie said one of her criteria categories as a judge is the "Naomi Wolf factor", a reference to the American third-wave feminist auth
— Steve Heisler, The A.V. Club In its original American broadcast on October 1, 2009, "Beauty Pageant" was seen by 4.63 million households, according to Nielsen Media Research. Although one of the poorer major network ratings of the night, it constituted a slight increase over the previous week's episode, "The Stakeout". The episode received a 1.9 rating/5 share among viewers aged between 18 and 49. The episode received generally positive reviews, with several commentators claiming the ...
"Beauty Pageant", along with the other 23 second-season episodes of Parks and Recreation, was released on a four-disc DVD set in the United States on November 30, 2010. The DVD included deleted scenes for each episode.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Miss International (Miss International Beauty or The International Beauty Pageant) is a Japanese-based international beauty pageant organized by The International Culture Association. The pageant was first held in 1960.
A child beauty pageant is a beauty contest featuring contestants under 16 years of age. Competition categories may include talent, interview, sportswear, casual wear, swim wear, western wear, theme wear, outfit of choice, decade wear, and evening wear. Depending on the type of pageant system, contestants may be found wearing anything from makeup to fake teeth, known as flippers, as well as elaborate hairstyles and custom-designed fitted outfits to present their routines on stage.
Beauty pageants started in 1921 when the owner of an Atlantic City hotel struck upon the idea to help boost tourism. However, that idea had already circulated through "Most Beautiful Child" contests held in major cities across the country. The Little Miss America pageant began in the 1960s at Palisades Amusement Park in New Jersey. Originally, it was for young people from 13 to 17 years old, but by 1964 there were over 35,000 participants, which prompted an age division. The modern child beauty
While most beauty pageants cater strictly to girls, there are a growing number that include boys as well. Often, age divisions for boys run through age 6 with very few going beyond that due to lack of participation and public perception. Age divisions will often have names such as "Baby Miss", "Petite Miss", "Little Miss" and more. Age divisions are generally broken as follows: 0–11 months, 12–23 months, 1–3 years, 4–6 years, 7–9 years, 10–12 years, 13–15 years, and 16–18 ...
Parents are sometimes criticized for entering their children in pageants. By holding very young girls to a "beauty" standard involving things such as makeup and spray tans, pageants are seen as reinforcing a very superficial, modern type of femininity. One sociologist, Shelby Colene Pannell, questions why parents would willingly subject their children to gender socialization in such an extreme form. Families on TLC’s television series Toddlers & Tiaras are subject to intense criticism for ...
Besides the laws that regulate child education, pageants are a relatively ungoverned program. Child contestants are not considered "working", so pageants are exempt from federal child labor laws. Pageants also have different rules, so it becomes hard to set a law that will cover every pageant. Lindsay Lieberman, the author of “Protecting Pageant Princesses: A Call for Statutory Regulation of Child Beauty Pageants”, argues that there should be regulations on how child beauty pageants are ...
Pages in category "2021 beauty pageants" The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ).
Crossover winners of a national pageant wins in another major national pageant and then participate in the line of international beauty pageants. Iona Pinto — Delegate of India by winning Miss India in 1960. She then participated in Miss International 1960, where she was the first-runner up.
Reigning Miss Earth excerpt Date/title News Date/title News Miss Universe: The 57th Miss Universe beauty pageant will be held at Crown Convention Center (Diamond Bay Resort) in Nha Trang, Vietnam on July 14, 2008. Miss World: The 58th Miss World beauty pageant, will be held on October 4, 2008, at the Ukraina National Palace in Kiev, Ukraine. Miss International: The 2008 Miss International will ...