In order to compete in Miss World America 2020 national competition, you must first win your state pageant or become a state delegate by participating in Miss World America State Titleholders’ Competition.
Check if your state has a state pageant HERE:
STATE TITLEHOLDERS’ COMPETITION
Identify a Miss and Teen delegate from each state
The State Titleholders’ Competition will be conducted in the form of an online submission of materials, judged by our judging committee, phone and video interviews. (All State Titleholders will then be entered into the national competition, including Preliminaries and the National Final. You can find more information about the National Final in the F.A.Q. section of our website)
How does it work
After the judges submit their scores, all contestants will be ranked from 1 and onwards. The contestant ranked at #1 will have the first choice of the state that she will represent, contestant #2 – second choice, and so on, until we run out of available states.
State Titleholder’s Competition Scoring System
35% – Beauty with A Purpose
30% – Interview
20% – Answers on your application
15% – Talent
STATE TITLEHOLDERS’ COMPETITION JUDGES
Emmy Rose Cuvelier
Emmy Rose Cuvelier, Miss World America 2019, is a business owner, actress, and philanthropist from small town Iowa. She is an advocate for children battling critical illness & has a passion for working with underprivileged kids across the globe. Emmy has culminated her love of fairytales, performing, and working with kids into her career with her two businesses, The Magic Factory and Royalty & Me, and she was honored to fulfill a lifelong dream of proudly representing her country as she was crowned Miss World America 2019 in Las Vegas and represented the United States in the Miss World international competition in London, UK.
Emmy’s Beauty with a Purpose project is called “The Magic in the Miracles”.
The mission of The Magic in the Miracles is to give these suffering children back the hope, joy, and innocence of being a child that they so rightfully deserve. This multifaceted program considers all the needs of critically ill children and their families, and takes all necessary steps to better the lives of these sweet little ones.
Clarissa was crowned America’s Miss World 2017 on August 13, 2017 and competed at the Miss World 2017 pageant held on November 18, 2017 in Sanya, China. Clarissa received the accolade of Judge’s Choice ranking her in the Top 15 at Miss World.
As a first generation Asian American and the daughter of a Command Sergeant Major in the U.S Army, Jennifer traveled at the call of duty and uprooted all across America and several countries throughout her childhood.
Jennifer is a former Mrs. Washington America and placed 2nd runner-up at Mrs. America in 2005. She is the official Mrs. Washington America coach and was awarded ‘Most Inspirational’ for her exemplary dedication and commitment to the Mrs. Washington America pageant and contestants. In 2018 and 2019, she was acknowledged by the pageant community and awarded ‘Best Pageant Parent’ at The Global Beauty Awards. Jennifer is also the mother of Miss Washington Teen USA 2019, Lily Lloyd.
Jennifer is a mother to 6 children and the wife of Randy Lloyd. They own Lloyd Enterprises Inc., a sand and gravel company that has been moving the earth for over 56 years in industrial, commercial and residential developments.
Having served as a School Board Director, Jennifer was awarded the Distinction Award by the Washington State School Board Association and currently enjoys serving on the Strategic Planning Committee.
Cherie is an accomplished business woman, public servant and community volunteer. She was owner/speaker for Success Seminars where she traveled throughout the U.S. giving public and private programs. In 2007 Cherie was elected to the Port Angeles, WA city council. She is the only woman elected to 3 consecutive terms, also serving as Deputy Mayor and Mayor. She serves on several boards and commissions. Her 12 year term on the Shore Pool District Commission oversees a $20 million renovation of the community pool. As Chair of the P.A. Forward Committee, her committee had oversight of the redevelopment of our city’s waterfront improvement project. She serves on the Board of the Clallam County Economic Development Council and is an Ambassador for the Chamber of Commerce. Cherie is past president for Soroptimist and Kiwanis clubs, as well as organizer and co-MC for the annual Community Service Awards.
Cherie participated in pageants since 1980 and holds numerous titles. She is currently Ms Senior USA and Senior United Nations Ambassador.
The recipient of Best Pageant Coach and Best Pageant Judge at the Global Beauty Awards, our next panelist has been involved in pageantry as a judge, titleholder and contestant since 1981. In addition to training young women in fashion, modeling, interview and public speaking as Pageant Coach and Wardrobe Consultant, she has been the Executive Producer, Creator, and Host of The StyleFyle®, and freelances as a fashion/jewelry designer. She is also an accomplished Pianist, a Motivational Speaker to women’s organizations and youth groups, and has a Scripture memorization ministry called “The Amazing Word.” In her spare time, she loves to travel, having been to over 125 countries.
STATE TITLEHOLDERS’ COMPETITION APPLICATION FEE AND DEADLINE
Application Deadline: June 30, 11:59 pm PST
Application fee: $499*
*The fee is not refundable under any circumstances
YOUR STATE TITLEHOLDER’S COMPETITION APPLICATION FEE INCLUDES:
- Entry into the State Titleholders’ Competition
- One-on-one phone interview (a parent must be present for Teens)
- Local title and sash (shipping not included; the selection of the local title shall be granted on the first come first served basis)
- Your headshot on Miss World America website
- Your 250 word bio on Miss World America website
- A shoutout via Miss World America’s social media story (MWA’s official Instagram profile and Facebook page)
The payment of the application fee does not grant a state title automatically and does not enter the applicant into the national Miss World America competition.
- Ages 13 – 18 for Teen competition or 18 – 26 for Miss
- Have never been through any ceremony either valid or invalid, and whether civil, religious or tribal, which is recognized as a marriage ceremony in any part of the world;
- Never have given birth;
- Must be of good character and possessed of charm, poise, personality;
- U.S. citizen or U.S. legal resident with five years of continuous residency at the time of Entry;
- Comply with all other Miss World America Official Terms, Rules, and Conditions
STATE TITLEHOLDERS’ COMPETITION IMPORTANT DATES:
Now – June 7 Early bird applications
June 30 Application deadline
July 10 Deadline for submitting materials to MWA for State Titleholders’ Contest
August 15 Announcement of prelim winners
August 16 Announcement of all state delegates
After completing your application you will receive a link to
UPLOAD YOUR MATERIALS:
- 1 headshot (shoulders up, no crowns or sashes, must be in white background)
- 1 full body shot in sportswear
- 1 full body shot in evening gown
- Link to your “Beauty with a Purpose” video (up to 5 minutes)
- Link to your Talent performance (optional; up to 5 minutes, must be a live on-camera performance, no edited videos will be accepted)
YOU MUST UPLOAD THE ABOVE MATERIALS VIA THIS LINK AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER YOU FILL OUT YOUR APPLICATION, BUT NO LATER THAN JULY 10TH.
IF YOU WIN A STATE TITLE
- Should you win a state title as a result of the State Titleholders’ Competition, you will be entitled to receive a state sash and crown (you will need to pay a total of $150 plus shipping to cover the production cost of the sash and the crown)
- You will be entered into the national Miss World America competition (no entry fee)
- You will receive a gift from Bosom Couture
- You will receive free access to virtual workshop series by Miss World America 2020 coaches, who will prepare you for the national competition. The workshops will be taking place in the months of August and September in the form of real-time online webinars.
- You will be required to submit your materials to the national office no later than September 6 (the National Contestant’s Guide will be sent to you with all the competition details, requirements and deadlines)
- The national competition preliminaries and finals will take place in October, more details to be announced soon.