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Top 10 Mrs Pageants of 2016

Many people in the pageant world know that there are countless pageant systems out there for Miss contestants to compete in, but what about those married women who want to compete? In order to shed light on some of the amazing pageants that exist for the married women of the world, we’ve created a top list of Mrs. pageants that were nominated and voted on by YOU! (Read: What You Need to Know to Succeed as a Mrs. Contestant)

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Without further ado, here are the top 10 voted-on Mrs. pageants for 2016!

Top Mrs. Pageants of 2016

10. National Miss Teen, Miss, Ms. and Mrs. Pageant 

As stated on the pageant’s website, the goal of the National Mrs. Pageant is to provide a “national pageant experience … that is positive, fun, fair, professionally run, and most importantly, memorable”. The pageant is put on by Crowns of Inspiration, Inc. and promotes the concept of “positive pageantry.” With stages of competition ranging from photogenic to interview to fitness wear, the National Mrs. Pageant seeks well-rounded, inspiring women as competitors.

National Mrs. 2016, Stephanie Hollis McCaleb, with her sister queens. Photo courtesy of http://www.nationalmspageants.com/
National Mrs. 2016, Stephanie Hollis McCaleb, with her sister queens. Photo courtesy of http://www.nationalmspageants.com/

9. Mrs. US Universal

The Universal Pageant Organization describes itself as an organization with “integrity, values, consistency, and one that goes above and beyond any other pageant that you’ve been a part of before.” It places a heavy emphasis on volunteer and platform work. The titleholders even have a chance to participate in the President’s Volunteer Service Award program. Something that makes the US Universal Pageant system stand out is that all contestants receive their score sheets and judges’ comments, which is a great way to prepare for future pageants.

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Mrs. US Universal 2016, Kimberly Beaudoin. Photo courtesy of http://www.usuniversalpageants.com/

8. Mrs. Earth

The Mrs. Earth Organization uses pageantry to promote conversation and education regarding our Earth and its natural resources. It looks for women who can think positively and constructively, understand themselves, have healthy attitudes, and prioritize family and unity. Directors describe their ideal titleholder as “the total person,” possessing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual qualities.

Mrs. Earth 2016, Priyanka Khurana Goyal. Photo courtesy of the Mrs. Earth Website.
Mrs. Earth 2016, Priyanka Khurana Goyal. Photo courtesy of the Mrs. Earth Website.

7. Mrs. Galaxy

The Galaxy International Pageant emphasizes beauty, style and cultural appreciation. Directors strive to promote confidence and poise, which they use to further develop the growth of every contestant in their personal and career goals. (Read: Mrs. Midwest Galaxy 2016 Evening Gown: HIT or MISS?)

Mrs. Galaxy 2017, Sarah Pritchard. Photo courtesy of the Mrs. Galaxy Facebook page.
Mrs. Galaxy 2017, Sarah Pritchard. Photo courtesy of the Mrs. Galaxy Facebook page.

6. Mrs. Globe

The Mrs. Globe Organization describes itself as “a celebration of beauty, culture and charity for women”. Although it did not add a Mrs. division until 1996 (the Miss division has crowned winners since 1925), the Globe International system is one of the most recognized pageant systems in existence.

Mrs. Globe 2016, Sylvia Yammine. Photo courtesy of mrsglobe.com
Mrs. Globe 2016, Sylvia Yammine. Photo courtesy of http://www.mrsglobe.com

5. Mrs. India Home Makers 

The Mrs. India Home Makers pageant takes pride in the wives and mothers of India and celebrates their skills. The pageant is great for married women who wished they had a chance to be a part of the pageant world earlier in life but didn’t have the chance. The pageant allows its titleholders to represent India at an international level and develops them into masters of the pageant world, while still maintaining their duties as homemakers.

Mrs. India Home Makers 2016, Diana Marak, being crowned. Photo courtesy of Mrs. India Home makers Facebook page.
Mrs. India Home Makers 2016, Diana Marak, being crowned. Photo courtesy of Mrs. India Home makers Facebook page.

 

4. Mrs. United States

Celebrating the married women of the United States and their ability to integrate beauty and intelligence, the Mrs. United States pageant has been a staple in the USA pageant world since the mid-1980’s. The United States National Pageant Organization promotes empowerment of women and encourages its titleholders to be active members in their communities, especially through the promotion of their own personal platform causes. (Read: 5 Incredible State Costumes from Mrs. United States 2016)

Mrs. United States 2016, Ashley Stremme. Photo courtesy of the Mrs. United States Facebook page.
Mrs. United States 2016, Ashley Stremme. Photo courtesy of the Mrs. United States Facebook page.

3. Mrs. International

Mrs. International focuses heavily on community service and platform promotion. The pageant itself has a partnership with the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women” campaign and states its mission is to “make a difference”. Something that makes the Mrs. International pageant unique is that husbands are directly involved in the show – they escort their wives during evening gown and the winner’s husband even assists with crowning. (Read: What You Need to Know Before Competing at the Mrs. International Pageant)

Mrs. International 2016, Priscilla Pruitt being crowned by her predecessor and her husband, Sean.
Mrs. International 2016, Priscilla Pruitt being crowned by her predecessor and her husband, Sean.

2. Mrs. America

The premier pageant for married women in the United States on our list, and in the minds of many, is Mrs. America. The pageant has a rich history dating back to the 1930’s. It celebrates what its CEO and President David Z. Marmel describes as America’s greatest natural resource – the contemporary married woman. (Read: How to Successfully Prepare for the Mrs. America Pageant)

The winner of the Mrs. America pageant moves on to the international competition Mrs. World. (Read: Mrs. Virginia America 2016 Evening Gown: HIT or MISS?)

Mrs. America 2017, Natalie Luttmer. Photo courtesy of Las Vegas Image Studio LLC.
Mrs. America 2017, Natalie Luttmer. Photo courtesy of Las Vegas Image Studio LLC.

1. Mrs. World

The concept of Mrs. World actually stemmed from the Mrs. America pageant. The national pageant came before the international pageant! One anticipated part of the pageant is the modeling of the contestants’ national costumes, which are often extremely extravagant and beautifully unique. Highly respected and established, the Mrs. World pageant is arguably the best-known international Mrs. pageant.

Mrs. World 2016, Giuliana Zevallos, with her top 5. Photo courtesy of the Mrs. World Facebook page.
Mrs. World 2016, Giuliana Zevallos, with her Top 5. Photo courtesy of the Mrs. World Facebook page.

And with that, that’s a wrap! Thank you to everyone who submitted nominations for a chance at a spot on this year’s list and a big congratulations to all of the pageants who were voted into the top 10.

Did your favorite Mrs. pageant make the list? If not, or to see it again on our 2017 list, be sure to nominate it for a spot at the end of this year!

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One thought on “Top 10 Mrs Pageants of 2016

  1. In the state contest, how do you know beforehand who is going to be one of the 10 finalist for the Mrs. pageants? I noticed only the finalist hubby’s were in suits to accompany their wives on stage, whereas the ladies that were not selected husbands were not notified to wear suits. I know for a fact, there was a woman that married a guy a year before, just to be in the pageant, and divorced him soon after. It seems there should be more stringent guidelines to enter the contest to be a Mrs., for example, married 20 years plus, how many children do you have (not babysit or foster). The pageant it seems is just another easy door for single women to get into another pageant. Shame on you for not having tougher entry requirements.

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