FAQ about Miss Intercontinental
In 1971 the first Miss Intercontinental pageant took place on the island Aruba, at this time only Teens were allowed to compete.
Each contestant has to be confident. She must be able to show authenticity and express herself and articulate her ambitions as a titleholder. The pageant showcase and evaluate the contestant aspirations.
Delegates will be judged in following categories: evening gown, swimsuit, and also in a personality interview.
Currently Miss Intercontinental is accepting up to 80 countries for the Final
To compete in Miss Intercontinental, delegates must win their national pageants. Each national winner goes then to represent her country at the Miss Intercontinental pageant.
National contestants must apply to enter the Miss Intercontinental pageant by applying through the National Director in your country. Please ask us for the contact and we provide the contact to you.
The Miss Intercontinental Organization works throughout the year with different state and city government officials or private companies and organizations as well as with foreign governments to establish the perfect Host Site for the pageant. Security and Infrastructure and the city which can offer the best support for the Miss Intercontinental pageant will be chosen.
No, delegates are not allowed to be married, divorced, neither to be pregnant. Also they must not have ever been married, nor given birth to a child. The titleholders are not allowed to get married throughout their year of reign.
Yes. Miss Intercontinental has an age limit. Delegates must be at least 18 but under 28 years of age before the date of the Miss Intercontinental pageant.