“For the Glamour. For the Purpose. For the World.”

The purpose of the United Nations Pageants is to give all men or women the opportunity to come together in a pageant setting regardless of their background, to build relationships with other men or women who are working diligently to leave a positive impact in their communities.

As the United Nations Pageants delegates come together and share their community volunteer projects, ideas and goals with each other, they become unified as pageant brother/sisters in the United Nations Pageants Family. This sister/brotherhood strengthens them to see beyond their immediate surroundings and situations and extends their service across the globe. As each delegate share ideas of how he/she serves him/her community, he/she and all whom he/she meets will be strengthened and edified because their paths have crossed.

United Nations Pageants Delegates do not have to fit into a cookie cutter mold of what is preceived to be the ideal pageant men/women with an ideal pageant life. United Nations Pageants delegates come from different backgrounds, have different shapes, sizes, ethnicities, religions and social economic backgrounds. The common thread between the United Nations women or men are their love for and dedication to their families, school, career, marriage and community involvement. The ability to manage and execute the many facets of life with elegance, style and grace make each delegate a winner before he/ she has ever won. In addition to him/her service obligations to the United Nations Pageants organization, each service queen has an area of interest in which she plans to dedicate a portion of her time.

The United Nations Pageants promotes, inspires, and empowers all men/ women to develop and utilize their strengths and inner qualities to positively impact all people throughout the world. Fundamental values of Family, Faith, Community and Wellness are the foundation for the footprints each United Nations Delegate leaves on him/her world.

United Nations Pageants delegates are judged on interview, where independent judges ask questions to determine him/ her views on life, family, commitment and passion towards volunteerism and how he/she plans to continue to make a difference regardless of the outcome of the pageant.
Although physical fitness is an element of competition, taking pride in one’s body is more important than its actual shape or size. Wellness in mind, body and spirit are key elements of the fitness competition. Harmony of these three elements sustains the contestant’s ability to serve others. United Nations Pageants contestants compete in sports wear and evening wear highlights poise and grace. For additional information on the program, apply for participation in the 2014 United Nations Pageants on-line or submit requests for appearances visit our website at: or email us at:


Interview (40%)

United Nations Pageants ® titleholders must be articulate with excellent social and conversational skills. Titleholders must be able to express themselves clearly, diplomatically, and must project a pleasant personality, and approachable at all times. Interviews will be conduct in 5 minutes style”.  Delegate will introduce him/herself and be field questions posed by each individual judge.  The interview focuses primarily on delegates’ personal information (e.g., hobbies, ambition, etc.) but may include opinion questions that require general knowledge of social and current events. Delegates should wear a cocktail suit for the interview competition and your United Nations Official Pageant Banner.

Sports Wear (10%)

United Nations Pageants Titleholder must be physically fit, with good muscle tone and body proportion.Delegates will be provided with Sport Wear.Delegates need to purchase full white track shoe or sneaker.WHITE ONLY, may be worn with or without socks.Sheer to Waist hose may be worn (flesh tone).United Nations Official Pageants Banner is to be worn.

National Costume  (15%)

Titleholders must be able to express their own sense of style.  National Costume can be anything the delegate feels represents a national sybmols or hertiage of his or her country.  Judges will be looking for spirit, energy,creativity and the delegate’s own personal interpertation sense of style.

Fashion Wear (10%)
United Nations Pageants ® titleholders must be able to express their own personal sense of style.  Fashion can be anything the delegate feels represents a currently popular or stylish ensemble.  Judges will be looking for spirit, energy and the delegate’s own personal sense of style. Haute Couture.No Jeans outfits of any kind allowed. Think High Fashion, Runway Haute Couture.
Evening Gown (25%)
United Nations Pageants ® titleholders must carry themselves 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. The Evening Gown must be floor length.
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