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Today's Extraordinary Queen Pageant

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Rules of Today's Extraordinary Queen Pageant

  • 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.

  • Who is allowed to compete?


  • What are the phases of competition?

    Resume, Photogenic, Personal Introduction, Optional Volunteer Service Award, Interview


About Today's Extraordinary Queen Pageant

In the Today's Extraordinary Queen pageant, you are not judged on outward beauty, but judged on beauty from within. We judge on merit of involvement in the community with your platform, as well as involvement in helping others. The judges are looking for a well rounded individual, that has a heart for helping others.

This online pageant is involved with each contestant, and engages all contestants in a private group on social media. The pageant is based on altruism and philanthropy. You will be working on a variety of monthly projects that endorse a specific disability awareness, by helping bring attention and knowledge of the specified awareness cause. You will be scored on your participation and group involvement, within our pageant system.

How this pageant system works
Each delegate must have a visible or invisible special ability to qualify for competition. This is a pageant to celebrate the differently abled and allow them to excel in their communities. You will come in to our system as an "At Large" delegate, vying for the national title in your age category. (See ages below) The competition will continue until the final date of May 1st, 2019. The judging will be the weekend of May 11th. This is when your personal video interviews will take place. ALL paperwork, community books, fees, etc., must be turned in to the pageant office no later than May 1st, 2019. Nothing will be accepted after this date, and can cause a contestant to be disqualified if required items are not turned in on time.

Competition Categories

15% of Scoring: Show Your Fun Side, Selfie-Photogenic competition: Take a fun selfie doing something you love to do.
15% of Scoring: Prepare a 30 second video announcing your name, title, and three facts about you that you want people to know (judged on ability to speak in public. Disability is taken into consideration when difficult)
35% of Scoring: Video Interview: Interview with 3 judges on skype
35% of Scoring: Platform Presentation: In resume form
PVSA/Presidential Volunteer Service Awards: We are a certified organization to receive accommodations for your volunteer hours. A tracking sheet to turn in monthly, can be provided by the pageant for you. FREE COMPETITION
Achievement of Excellence: This award is for the contestant that makes the most appearances. Must be logged in a scrapbook with a photo of each appearance, place, date and description. Turned in to the pageant office. $10.00 ENTRY FEE
Merit Scholar Academic Achievement This award will be given to the best platform presentation $10.00 ENTRY FEE
Top Model/Photogenic This is a fun competition that you may Submit 2 to 5 PROFESSIONAL photos to be judged for the Top Model Award
$10.00 ENTRY FEE
Community Service Award This award will also be selected from platform the presentation. This will be the person that is most active with their platform/ NOT to be confused with most appearances (Achievement of Excellence)

Age Categories
Preteen Ages 9 to 12
Teen Ages 13 to 17
Miss Ages 18 to 25
Ms Ages 26 to 39
Mrs Ages 21 to 39
Classy Ms Ages 40 up
Classy Mrs Ages 40 up