United Nations Global Pageants will appear in print advertising throughout their years reign. As representatives of our pageant system, titleholders must possess photographic appeal and ability to project an image in print that is consisted with beauty and elegance. Our titleholders define our system. Photography is the medium through which the general public most often is introduced to any pageant system (i.e: newspapers, magazine ads, articles, television news clips, etc.). Photogenic is the area of competition that delegates have the most control over.
United Nations Global Pageants titleholders must be articulate with excellent social and conventional skills. Titleholders must be able to express themselves clearly, diplomatically, must project a pleasant personality and be approachable at all times. Interviews will be conducted "round robin style." Delegate will introduce herself and be fielded with questions asked by each individual judge . The interview focuses primarily on delegates personal information (i.e: hobbies, ambitions, etc.) but may include opinion questions that require general knowledge of social and current events.
United Nations Global 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 (i.e: Haute Couture.) Judges will be looking for spirit , energy and the delegates own personal sense of style.
United Nations Global 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 (i,e: fit, style, color) as well as the delegates on stage presentation.
The United Nations Global Pageant's holds a parade of costume. All delegates are required to provide a State or National costume for international finals.
Red dress dances Introduction number: All delegates are required to provide a red dress of their own choice for the introduction number.