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Miss British Empire
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Mini/Master/Junior/Teen/Miss/Mr/Ms/Mrs & Classic Miss British Empire is an International pageant for contestants with origins from countries, states or territories previously governed or administered by the United Kingdom and its predecessor states.

An international pageant that celebrates the legacy of the former British Empire, which included North America, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, India, Australia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates.

The British Empire organisation promotes unity and communication between diverse groups of people across the world and encourages goodwill and understanding of the world's cultures. The pageant pays tribute to the shared history of all former British Empire territories and celebrates their subsequent independence and achievements.

Historically the former British Empire is widely believed to have played a crucial role in constructing railways and worldwide transport links - In the modern world, with administration offices in Los Angeles, England, Hong Kong and Australia - British Empire pageants serves to provide networking links and opportunities for those wishing to pursue a career in the competitive world of showbusiness and entertainment. In years gone by British culture across the former British Empire laid the basis for the International popularity of sports such as football, in a similar way we seek to celebrate the growing worldwide phenomena of pageants.

Founded in 2011 by former Miss Great Britain and Hollywood actress 'Liz Fuller' in order to pass on the opportunities she has successfully carved out for herself, many of our winners have gone on to have successful careers as editorial and catwalk models, reality TV stars, and actors with roles in Doctor Who, music videos and feature length films.

The Mr division was introduced in 2013 and later in 2015 the upper and lower age divisions were added to offer Mini, Junior, Teen, Ms, Mrs & Classic contestants a new platform to showcase their talents.

Now successfully in its 7th year, the British Empire team under the new management of Prestigious Pageant Productions will be inviting applicants and scanning talent databases and social media profiles on a full scale model and talent search. Finalist will be chosen via, scouts, photo heats and live heats across the UK and Australia. At large applications are invited from any other territory. The best of the best take to the stage at the Internationals Finals each August.

The 2017 British Empire competition divisions are:-

Mini (4-9)
Junior (10-14)
Teen (15-17)
Miss (18-27)
MS (28-44)
MRS (28-44)
Classic (45+)
Mr (18+)
Master (4-17)

Judging criteria:-

At the International finals, 10 places in the top 15 will be decided as follows:-

10% Event preparation (Scored by your national director out of 10)
45% Swimwear or fashion catwalk (Scored by a live panel of judges, your average score out of 45)
45% Beauty or evening wear catwalk (Scored by a live panel of judges, your average score out of 45)

An additional 5 places in the top 15 will be awarded to the following side award winners:-

Talent / Presentation winner (Judged by a live panel of judges)
Photogenic winner (Judged by our official photographer)
Publicity winner (Judged by the event organiser from your scrapbook / portfolio)
Peoples choice winner (Judged by live audience votes)
Wild card winner (Chosen by the event organiser)

So the 10 contestants scoring the highest in the on-stage catwalks and competition preparation will join 5 side award winners to make up a top 15. Once the top 15 has been announced all scores will be wiped.

The top 15 will then be re-judged as follows

50% Evening wear parade
50% On stage question, why should the judges pick you as winner?

Eligible Countries/States /Territories:-

Afghanistan
Akrotiri & Dhekelia
Anguilla
Antigua
Australia
The Bahamas
Bahrain
Barbados
Belize
Bermuda
Botswana
British Antarctic
British Virgin Islands
Brunei
Caicos Islands
Canada
Caymen Islands
Cyprus
Dominica
Egypt
England
Falkland Islands
Fiji
The Gambia
Ghana
Gibraltor
Grenada
Guyana
Hong Kong
India
Israel
Iraq
Jamaica
Jordon
Kenya
Kiribati
Kuwait
Lesotho
Malawi
Malaysia
Maldives
Malta
Mauritius
Montserrat
Myanmar
Nauru
New Zealand
Nigeria
North America
(New Hampshire)
(Massachusetts)
(Rhode Island)
(Connecticut)
(New York)
(New Jesrsey)
(Pennsylvania)
(Maryland)
(Virginia)
(North Carolina)
(South Carolina)
(Georgia)
(Florida)
Northern Ireland
Pakistan
Pitcairn Island
Qatar
Saint Helena
Saint Lucia
Saint Kitts
Saint Vincent
Scotland
Seychelles
Solomon Islands
South Africa
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Swaziland
Tanzania
Tongo
Trinidad
Tuvalu
Urganda
United Arab Emirates
Vanuatu
Yemen
Zambia
Zimbabwe

How to compete in Miss British Empire?

Are you allowed to be married?

Both. We allow both married and non-married contestants.

Are you allowed to have kids?

Both. We allow both contestants with and without children to compete.

What are the phases of competition?

Evening Gown, Swimsuit/Fitness, Talent, Fun Fashion, Photogenic, Personal Introduction

Age group

Teen, Princess, Little Miss, Pre-Teen, Junior Teen, Miss, Woman, Ms, Mrs

State where the pageant is held?

Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Argyll, Armagh, Bedfordshire, Belfast, Berkshire, Birmingham, Brechin, Bridgnorth, Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Channel Islands, Cheshire, Cleveland, Co Fermanagh, Conwy, Cornwall, Coventry, Craven Arms, Cumbria, Denbighshire, Derby, Derbyshire, Devon, Dial Code Dungannon, Didcot, Dorset, Dunbartonshire, Durham, East Dunbartonshire, East Lothian, East Midlands, East Sussex, East Yorkshire, England, Essex, Fermanagh, Fife, Flintshire, Fulham, Gainsborough, Glocestershire, Gwent, Hampshire, Hants, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Ireland, Isle Of Man, Isle of Wight, Kenford, Kent, Kilmarnock, Lanarkshire, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Llanymynech, London, Ludlow, Manchester, Mayfair, Merseyside, Mid Glamorgan, Middlesex, Mildenhall, Monmouthshire, Newton Stewart, Norfolk, North Humberside, North Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Northants, Northern Ireland, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxford, Powys, Roos-shire, SUSSEX, Sark, Scotland, Scottish Borders, Shropshire, Somerset, South Glamorgan, South Wales, South Yorkshire, Southwell, Staffordshire, Strabane, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Twickenham, Tyne and Wear, Tyrone, Utah, Wales, Warwickshire, West Lothian, West Midlands, West Sussex, West Yorkshire, Whissendine, Wiltshire, Wokingham, Worcestershire, Wrexham, Wurttemberg, Yorkshire

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