No Experience or Talent Necessary
Judging Criteria (Miss Stand Against Poverty Contestants)
The contest will be a three-day event through a process of elimination. The first day of competition will consist of all the participating contestants. Five judges will vote and select the first group of potential winners in a point system manner, delegates are judged in the following areas:
Best Casual Attire
Each contestant wears a casual attire she has chosen for herself. Attention will be focused on each contestant's overall appearance, self-confidence and sense of style.
Attention will be focused on beauty of face, figure, physical fitness, and the confidence with which each contestant carries herself. Numerical measurements or weight of the body are not considered in the judging.
Best Gown or Formal Evening Attire
Each contestant wears a gown she has chosen for herself. Attention will be focused on each contestant's overall appearance, self-confidence, sense of style and the beauty she brings to the gown or the formal evening attire of her choice.
Best Perspective on the respective Humanitarian Category with efforts to “Stand Against Poverty”
Pageant judges spend time with each contestant to learn about her perspectives on the charitable category she is representing. Judges will pay attention to her goals, ambitions and initiatives to tackle her cause. Further attention will be focused on poise, charm, self-confidence and the ability to communicate, as well as the substance and leadership dedicated to her cause and the stance against poverty.
* There is no talent competition and no experience is necessary, however, there will be three production numbers that any contestant can volunteer to participate.