Some of them nailed it; others, not so much. The following 10 contestants throughout beauty pageant history all fell prey to major goofs, gaffes, and fumbles during their interview portions as well. To be fair, I think asking hard-hitting political questions of pageant contestants is a little bit weird; given that the situation more or less requires them to say whatever will make people like them the most, it sees like an odd time to be prompting people to say potentially polarizing things. But as weird as this practice is, there are better ways to handle it than others, and these 10 fails definitely aren't the way to go.
Miss California's "Gay Marriage question" for Miss America.?
Differences between Miss America, Miss USA, and Miss Universe - Insider
Miss America. I applied online. You go to a meeting with the board, showcase talent, and learn more about the expectations. Next, you sign contracts. Follows is an 8 week Sunday evening training course with the other contestants.
Here she is ... Miss America 2015!
I didn't watch the Miss America pagent, and I don't really care who won. Nor do I agree with her views about gay marriage. But I am wondering what this is all about. They asked her the question, and she answered.
The pageant will include a swimsuit, evening gown, and interview portion, and will air on Reelz Channel, a cable network that picked up the program after NBC and Univision dropped it. Of course, the highlight will be the interview section, because the past few years have brought contestants some of the worst beauty pageant interview questions so far. The idea of the interview portion of the Miss USA competition is noble. It gives the women the opportunity to speak about their passions and attempts to prove that Miss USA is about more than looks. There's no doubt that accomplished women compete in the pageant, and they all dedicate months to preparing for it.