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Pageant Interview Tip: Military Holidays — Be Sure You Know “The Obvious”

It’s amazing how much we assume we know or take for granted. We might think it is “obvious” what a certain holiday is for, but not appreciate subtle differences or history. Take a minute to be well-prepared.

For instance, today is Memorial Day. If your pageant was any time within a week or two before or after, there’s a chance a pageant judge would ask you a pageant interview question related to the holiday.

Or, if you are making an appearance as a beauty contest titleholder, an audience member or someone from the media might ask you something about it. After all, if you are aiming for a state or national pageant title in the United

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Making the Most of a Simple Pageant Interview Question – Favorite Movie

You’ve just come into the pageant interview room. You might feel nervous, but you are hiding it well. You feel yourself relax a little bit more when a smiling judge says “Let’s start you off with an easy one. What’s your favorite move and why?”

Maybe you just saw the latest blockbuster, so you blurt that out and for your “why” you say something like “the last thing I saw is always my favorite!” That’s cute. Not bad. Or maybe you say that you admire the leading actress or have always had a school girl’s crush on the leading man. That’s okay. We’ve all been there.

Cute. Okay. But not great. You’ve bungled away an opportunity to shine!

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Bouncing Back from Life and Pageant Problems

Whether it is in pageants or in life, sometimes things don’t go as we planned. Take me, for instance. My plan was to blog at least once a week. But shortly after I began, some sort of crazy attack happened at my web-hosting company and my site, and 100s or 1000s of others, went all wonky.

Has anything gone wonky for you?

Did you set out to get pageant fabulous and something didn’t go right? Maybe you started a fitness program and then suffered an injury that set you back. Maybe you started to get involved in developing your pageant platform just to have something change at work, home, or school that took all your time.

How did you respond to the set back?  Did you handle it like a queen?

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