Areas of Competition
The Miss U.S. International Pageant™ is a traditional beauty pageant for women of the United States who are between the ages of 18-26. Areas of competition include:
Swimsuit and Evening Gown to determine Semi-Finalists and
Interview, Swimsuit and Evening Gown for Finalists.
Opening Number: This portion is not judged. Delegates will participate in an opening number dance production number. This will be professionally choreographed.
Swimsuit (45% for semi-finalists and 50% for national entrants): Miss U.S. International must exemplify a lifestyle of good physical, emotional and intellectual health. Winner should be physically fit, with good muscle tone and body proportion.
Evening Gown (45% for semi-finalists and 50% for national entrants): Miss U.S. International must carry herself with dignity, grace, poise and elegance. Judges will not be evaluating the cost or designer label of the gown, but rather how well it suits the delegate (e.g., fit, color, style) as well as delegate’s on-stage presentation.
OnStage Interview: Miss U.S. International must be able to express herself with confidence. Delegates will respond to several questions on-stage to earn a score which will be added to each delegates’ composite score. The questions will be taken from information listed on the delegate’s fact sheet.