Pageant Center™ has been celebrating the world of pageants for twenty-one years! Our web portal covers anything from a directory of leading pageants by state, pageant history, news, trivia and humor, sample interview questions and answers, and hundreds of tips on how to win.
The History of Pageants started in 1921 when eight teenagers in long swimming dresses competed in a zany beauty contest for the first Miss America crown — and we have been hooked ever since. Explore the colorful history of pageants from the 1920s to date — Miss America | Miss USA | Miss Universe | Miss Teen USA | Miss World
Titleholders – The opening page to find lists of who won and results for national and world pageants: Miss America, Miss Universe, Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, Miss America’s Teen, Miss Earth, Mrs. America, Mrs. World. Research your favorite titleholders by name and year.
News and Competition Results
Tips and Contestant Help
Pageant tips to help you win the crown — Hundreds of tips for judges’ interviews, on-stage questions, talent competition, statistical research on the best gown colors, hairstyles that win the most, how to walk in a swimsuit and gown, best music for the each type of talent, the pageant diet, and more. >> Hundreds of tips
Winning Answers — Have you ever wondered how titleholders answer hard pageant questions? Browse through this amazing section to discover how national winners answered all sorts of interview and press conference questions. Learn how to improve your own answers! You’ll gets tons of ideas for how to respond to judges and reporters.
Famous Pageant Winners — Discover the famous women who have worn the crown. Oprah Winfrey, Halle Berry, Gretchen Carlson, Sushmita Sen, Aishwarya Rai and more. Bet you will be surprised by some of the famous faces who have won – and lost – the crown! >>Winners and Losers
Black Pageant Winners — So many beautiful women of color have won the most prestigious beauty contests in the world, so we are celebrating Black titleholders. From the reigning Miss USA Kára McCullough, to Vanessa Williams, Oprah Winfrey, Halle Berry and Kenya Moore. >>Read more…