Top 60 Questions Ask at Beauty Pageants

Preparing for Beauty Pageant Interview Questions

The question-and-answer round is decisive in crowning the winner at a beauty pageant. In the past, a number of beauty contests were judged solely based on physical appearance, but present-day judges want to see well-rounded contestants. The competition now considers many aspects of a beautiful personality—not just looks.

Contestants at beauty pageants have to go through a series of rounds that test their skills, talents, intelligence, and personality. “Beauty with brains” has become the new mantra at major pageants.

Whether you are participating in a local beauty contest in your neighborhood or representing your country at Miss Universe or another international pageant, make sure you don’t falter during the question and answer round. You can prepare yourself by considering some of the questions the judges might ask.

60 Questions for Beauty Pageants

  1. If you were God for a day, how would you change the world?
  2. How different would the world be if women were to rule the world?
  3. What does it mean to be a modern woman?
  4. Is life easier for women or men?
  5. If you could break one rule, what rule would that be?
  6. What would you do to stop wars?
  7. If you had a chance to discuss a social issue with world leaders, what social issue would it be?
  8. Has the speed of technological advances taken away our emotional connection?
  9. 16. Are the youth of this generation more pressured to perform than the youth of previous generations?
  10. What is the true essence of being a woman?
  11. Is online dating a good thing or a bad thing?
  12. Do you think plastic surgery is a good option for people who do not have natural good looks?
  13. How important is it for a model to look good at all times?
  14. Do you believe you are a role model for young girls?
  15. What are your thoughts on negative perceptions about beauty pageants?
  16. How has failure helped you in your achievements?
  17. Who is the person you would like to be stranded with on a deserted island, and why?
  18. Are women given equal opportunities as men?
  19. Is the world doing enough to slow down climate change?
  20. If you were the only human among aliens, what would you do?
  21. In what ways do beauty contests help the women?
  22. Why did you join this pageant?
  23. How do you see yourself fifteen years from now?
  24. Who is the most influential person in your life?
  25. If you had to live your life all over again, what part of your life would you change?
  26. If you were given the chance to change something from the past, what would it be?
  27. If God should grant you one wish, what would it be?
  28. What edge do you have over other contestants?
  29. What can be your greatest contribution to the community?
  30. What will be your contribution to mitigating global warming?
  31. How would you describe your own personality?
  32. What is your philosophy or value that you hold dearest in life?
  33. According to you, what is the defining problem that teens find hard to deal with today, and why?
  34. Will stringent laws on gun control curb crime and killing?
  35. How important are beauty pageants in today’s world?
  36. What, according to you, is a true friend?
  37. If given a chance, what would you do to prevent a war between two nations?
  38. If you were a genie in a bottle, who would you like to serve as your master?
  39. What is the hardest part about winning, and what is the hardest part about losing?
  40. Is there something the world has turned a blind eye to that bothers you?
  41. Do you think that pageantry objectifies women?
  42. Why is your platform important to you?
  43. Is social media bringing people together or causing separation?
  44. What is your biggest fear?
  45. What are your thoughts on LGBT and anti-LGBT legislation?
  46. Do you think men and women have/are given the same opportunities in life?
  47. What are your thoughts on the legalization of Marijuana?
  48. Should the government be responsible for providing citizens with access to healthcare?
  49. What are your thoughts on the growing number of corporations that are based in X but outsource work to other countries?
  50. If you became president what would be the first thing you would do in office?
  51. What are your thoughts on homelessness in X and what would be your solution for fixing this?
  52. What problems do you see in your current city or state? How would you solve them?
  53. Tell me about yourself.
  54. What makes you unique?
  55. What do you like most about yourself?
  56. If you could meet (have lunch with) any famous person in history who would it be, and why?
  57. What has been a challenge you’ve experienced in life, and how did you overcome it?
  58. What would you do to help bring about world peace?
  59. If you could have any superhuman power, what would it be and why?
  60. Would this world be a better place without guns?

16 common beauty pageant questions and answers.

1. If women were to rule the world by 2050, how different would the world be?

Women have always been the leader in various aspects of life. Be it at home or in the conventional man’s world, a woman has always performed tasks and taken up challenges equal to her counterparts. By 2050, as the world would acknowledge it, there will be peace and sensitivity, as women are a personification of love and compassion.

2. Which quality of women gives them an edge over men?

The quality to create and nurture the creation with tolerance, love, and patience gives women an edge over men.

Question by the jury: What is the essence of being a woman?
Winning answer by Sushmita Sen, Miss Universe 1994: “Just being a woman is God’s gift. The origin of a child is a mother, a woman. She shows a man what sharing, caring, and loving is all about. That is the essence of a woman.”

3. How would you change the world if you were to play God for a day?

Actions speak louder than words. I would act to uplift thoughts and sentiments of mankind, and the change will follow automatically.

4. Do you think that the youth of today faces more pressure of performance than the previous generation?

Yes. Definitely the youth today faces much more pressure than the previous generation. They have to adapt to several circumstances at once. This kind of pressure has made the world much more dynamic and fast-paced.

5. Why did you join this pageant?

I joined this pageant to have a sense of achievement and fulfilment. Likewise, the excitement I may experience and memories I make here are beyond measure in worth for widening my social horizon and understanding of people.

My primary reason for joining this pageant is to develop and boost my self-esteem. Likewise,it is a great privilege and honour to become one of the candidates for (Name of pageant) since the organisation will be helping the charities and  assisting us in promoting them through the organisation’s various programs and activities.

6. How do you see yourself fifteen years from now?

Well this question has to do with the choice you make for yourself,cant predict one for you but be sure to give a brief reply.

7. Who is that one influential person you want to meet and what do you want to learn from him/her?

Have always dreamt of becoming a super star and a screen diva so meeting Genevieve Nnaji, Tyra banks will be a dream come true for me. Her personality and the way she Interpret her script is one thing i would love to learn from her.

I would like to meet the pope. Since he has profound wisdom, I would like to know what his opinion or belief is on what matters most in life. Being a Man of God, I would also like to ask for his prayers for our place, the people of (mention the name of the pageant), and the less fortunate who may have little hope of survival .

8. If you had to live your life all over again, what part of your life would you change?

None! I would not change a single scene in my life. I am me because of what I have been through. Changing any part of my life automatically changes what defines me as a person, and I do not want that to happen.

9. If you were given the chance to change something from the past, what would it be?

If I were given the chance to change something from the past, I would change the time when the Chibok  girls were kidnapped and molested by the Boko Haram armies. I think everybody knows what had happened there and no one would ever dare go back to that nightmare except to change the past for the better.

Alternative answer.

I would not change anything from the past. The society we live in and the person we are today are products of our past. The past is something to be cherished whether its sad memory or happy. It is full of lessons and insights that we use today to see what lies ahead. It is a part of history that must be respected and treated as a clue to success and progress.

If it’s an international pageant then you can go for this answer.

If I were given the chance to change an episode in the past, I would not permit for World War I and II to happen. I think that nobody deserves to undergo the nightmare of those fateful years, no one deserved to die and no children of the past deserved to be subjected to so much sadness and horror.

10. What do you expect to gain by participating in pageants? Why?

By being a part of these beauty pageants, I expect to gain an opportunity to discover my strengths and perfect them, realize my weaknesses and transform them into strengths, and take home the crown tonight.

11. What has been the biggest disappointment in your life to date?

My biggest disappointment would be the day I name one. I chose to wear my scars as my medals, appreciate the learning, be grateful, and get on with life.

12. Why should we select you as our titleholder?

You should select me to be the titleholder because, I promise to fulfill my responsibility to perfection. While doing so, I will strive to be a mirror to all the aspirants and those around me.
Question by the jury: Why should you win the Miss World Title?
Winning answer by Yu Wenxia, Miss World 2012: “When I was young I felt very lucky because so many people helped me, and I hope in the future I can help more children to feel lucky.”

13. What is your greatest obstacle? Why? How will you overcome that?

My greatest obstacle would be my own myopic view. I would overcome it with a change of perspective.

14. If God granted you one wish, what would you wish for?

If God granted me one wish, I would wish for the ability to be happy. I would wish for the strength to find my happiness in every situation that I may have to face in my life.

15. What edge do you have over other contestants?

I have very supportive parents who have always been there all the way as not all girls who join pageants are actually supported by their parents. Aside from that, I have prepared very well for this contest and I am ready and equipped with all that it takes to be (Name of pageant).

16. How would you describe your own personality?

I am an optimistic person. I look at things in a positive way, thinking that the glass is half-full rather than half-empty. God has taught us how to trust in Him and so I have. That is exactly the best and what I like most about myself.

Alternative answers.

What I like most about myself is that I am lighthearted and simple. I can stay and look charming and sweet even in unpleasant situations. I am also a simple person with simple and clear ambitions like finishing my studies, having a good family in the future, and contributing even a little in our society.

I am contented with what God has given unto me. I do not regret being softhearted but rather,i like it the most. Though some may abuse it, I am always glad to have extended my hand to help others.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *