I am so surprised the way people chose to use the ugly word to describe a person. It’s revolting and shameful at the same time.
A) how have you the right to critique some one so strongly
B) do you really know the meaning of the word, have you looked up a dictionary ever
C) is that the only word you know
D) maybe you’ve heard it so often for yourself that you intend to use it on any one you see.
E) it’s time your learn more words then.
It’s strange how people mostly first timers on social media or public platforms use such word to sound like intellectuals on beautypageants, but in reality they are far from it.
Especially in a beauty pageant where contestants, now national delegates representing their country with so much effort are put down by these lame comments immediately.
If you’re passionate about it, then increase your vocabulary; give comments that are wholesome, beneficial not derogatory and obscene.
By the way the only person typing UGLY is the person not anyone else. So think before you make remarks that are so low.
Try cheering, supporting and if that’s not your style, walk away. We’d rather see less comments than obscene comments.
These pretty girls are working really hard to represent their country, our country, India at different international pageants.
However, in recent times it's seen that the people especially on social media are more vocal in regards to bashing them. From appearance to walk, to communication: nothing is spared.
I wonder if any one has an idea how tough it is to be chosen from thousands of applicants to finally winning the crown.
A typical day for a winner is: workouts extremely rigorous, diet controlled, under watchful and wishful eyes 24/7 to excel in all areas, however the audience is quick to pass a judgement with the click of a button on social media.
Let us not bully the delegates, let’s cheer, support and encourage our representatives to give their best
If it means so much to us, imagine how much it would mean to the chosen delegate.
Let us unite and shout out loud, so that India is the best and the crown will surely sit proudly on all our delegates pretty and responsible heads!
It’s true winning a beauty pageant is almost like acquiring a PHD, you’ve almost mastered the field of beauty, fashion and glamor.
However, participating, competing and merely dreaming about it are three different things and each has a current outcome too. If you want to change your life, then you need to be amongst the winners or at least have a winner attitude. Most of the times girls who aren’t so strong tend to lead towards a breakdown, and that could be serious too.
As ,inch as its just a pageant it’s also a life altering opportunity, that comes to selective few, so it’s vital to well utilise it.
Grooming, coaching, training for it if done half heartedly can only empty your pockets, but if done well could make you richer by wisdom. Yes it’s important to know who grooms you, how we’ll you are trained and how confident you are when you stand amongst the top girls of the country.
This change is possible if only you try and work towards it, you could be guided but that’s about it. To stand on stage, look pretty in bikini and pose, smile endlessly and effortlessly is purely & entirely your Job.
Yes, indeed its true. If you survive the audition round you reach an inch closer to your cherished dream.
Auditions are short, to the point, there’s no dilly dally happening here.
From the very second you walk in make a Mark, create an impact, Intimidate fellow contestants and boom you’ve nailed it! The outfit, hair, bag, foot wear, nails…etc everything head to toe has to be just perfect.
There’s a cocktail dress round & swimsuit round! To check style, body, communication and most importantly confidence. In every outfit that you don, elegance should ooze and scream DIVA!
Your introduction and Q&A can easily catapult you ahead! Remember at all national & international pageants this is the key factor.
Even the choice of clothing is decisive and this has to be international in style & appeal. Everything from entering the room to that diva aura can clinch you that coveted spot!
Is it ok to repeat contestants in beauty pageants?
Recently I saw people vent out so much anger on such a noble topic as to repeat contestant another year or not.
Firstly beauty pageants like Miss India and Miss Universe are so big that the very thought of it gives a girl goosebumps and so begins her journey towards preparation.
From arranging clothes to walk to talk, to make up to coping up with the national confidence it’s a big task and even if the poor girl qualifies the first time on her own merit and is unable to win, does that mean all is lost?
Do dreams as big as this get only one chance. Also if she’s invited by the organisation again( maybe she’s deserving) everybody begs assuming, oh she’s sleeping, oh she has a jack in tooth she’s so special….blah blah blah
But then that’s how most sick minds think. Can we please stop assuming and let the girl move ahead with decisions she needs to make!
The frustration is mostly because the international crown is just not knocking on the Great Indian door.
Well good things take time, till then enjoy and appreciate the effort put in each year rather than criticising the makers, the contestants, the repeaters and winners!
Wow, an interesting thought!!
Should a pageant run for women also be done by women!
The first word that comes into mind is Safe: no compromise situation and that sure is a big valid point.
Beauty pageants directly deal with young girls who are quite vulnerable if in wrong hands!
But does it mean women don’t exploit women?
Well maybe not I’m this case…
For instance just think about these situations;
1.Guidance on physical appearance
2.discussing wardrobe especially inners
3. Being comfortable In bikini during the shoots
4. Dealing with emotional breakdown during competition
And apart from the above, the whole concept of rumors doing rounds that ” this girl is definitely winning cause she’s sleeping with the main guy” and vice versa is probably the biggest relief one would get sans the Men.
No I’m not a feminist, but enforcing an all women team can be a refreshing change and may do wonders for the So called biased beauty pageants!
Above article is based on social site trends and comments! FYI