In honor of Black History Month, Pageants & Prosecco is highlighting the Black Pageant Queens who made a difference and broke through the mold. These Queens paved a way and made a difference in our lives today. Many of whom broke barriers being a first in the pageant world to do something amazing. Today, weContinue reading “#BlackPageantHerstory- Cheryl Browne – First Black Woman to Compete for Miss America”
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Regina Out As Miss America CEO/President
It seems like MAO cannot go a week without making noise. Whether its from switching up the style of competition or the subliminal sneak diss to past titleholders causing a social media frenzy, they can’t catch a break. Tuesday was no exception.
Remembering Kobe Bryant – Titleholders Share Their Love for the Legend
His drive, determination and motivation I am sure has been put in a few pageant contestants’ journals and vision boards as we prepared for that next competition. Our timelines were flooded with love for the NBA Legend and his daughter GiGi.
Miss Black America Ryann Richardson Endorses Mayor Pete Buttigieg for President
In what’s otherwise considered a taboo topic, not just in pageantry but at the Thanksgiving dinner table, Richardson decided to share her thoughts on who she believed should be next in line for the Presidency.
What it means to be Black, Beautiful & A Queen in a 2020 Beauty Pageant
2019 is Year of #BlackGirlMagic in the world of Pageantry. Almost every major national and international title or runner up is being held by a woman of color. What a time to be alive! But how long did it take for us to get here? And why are the Blacks overly excited about Zozibini’s win when 5 other Black women previously won Miss Universe in the last 67 years? The concept of beauty is slowing changing in the pageant world and South Africa just proved it.