When you compete at a pageant one of the most important part is the question moment. A beauty pageant is a celebration of beauty, yes, but being a beauty queen is not just about a pretty face. You will have to prove how smart you are.
To help contestants for this important conversation with the judges below you can discover a list of questions. For example, at Miss Universe each contestant has around twenty seconds to answer. She usually picks a question from one of the judges and answers in the period of time designated. This part of the pageant is the most important. From this segment the judges choose the winner based on her answer.
List of beauty pageant questions
What is the biggest challenge to young people today?
Who is the most influential person in your life?
If you had to live your life again, what part of your life would you change?
What would you say is the biggest problem facing our educational system today? Why?
What are the best qualities a parent could share with their children? Why?
What is your definition of success?
What do you like most about yourself?
What has been the proudest moment of your life?
What woman in public life do you most admire and why?
Do you think it is appropriate for a woman to propose to man in our modern age?
What do you expect to get out of this pageant?
What are your views on sexual harassment in the workplace?
Do you think young women who have had cosmetic surgery should be allowed to compete in pageants against contestants who haven’t had surgery?
List of Miss USA 2015’s questions
The Confederate flag, excessive force by police and same-sex marriage are all recent, hot-button issues in our country. What do you think will be the next that we need to tackle on a national level?
Last year, CEOs in the United States made around 300 times as much as the average worker salary. Should the government impose boundaries on salaries of executives?
Recently, comedian Jerry Seinfeld spoke out against political correctness in our culture. Do you think political correctness is hurting or helping this country and why?
The United States has agreed to formally reopen its embassy in Cuba. Do you think this change will be a positive one for both countries?
What would you do to improve race relations in the U.S.? Please be specific.