Miss Continents Delegates:
The Results are in!!!!!
We are VERY excited to announce that Brittany Bell used her experience as one of our titleholders (Miss Arizona) to propel her to the title of Miss Guam!
Brittany is also working with our Director, Gaspar Cruz, for her make-up and custom gown.
We know she is going to do an incredible job representing Guam!
Read more about Brittany....
Since competing in our pageant, Taylor Gildersleeve's acting career has really taken off!
Taylor competed for our national Teen title as Miss Teen Connecticut.
Read more about Taylor.....
Welcome to the all-encompassing Continents Pageantry System. We are excited that you have taken an interest into our Continents Pageant and would like to share the uniqueness of our program.
We have been operating in Houston, Texas for 7 years now and are proud to be the only pageant where United States contestants are able to share the stage and meet with our international contestants. Our goal has been to deliver a fair pageant that helps expand each girl’s experience while pushing them to find their passion.
We hold 4 categories; Miss United Continents, Miss Teen United Continents, and our international pageants, Miss Continents and Miss Teen Continents Pageant. The areas of competition are evening gown, swimsuit and interview. Our international contestants also have international costume competition.
Our judges search for the girl or woman who holds a dynamic background that leads in community service and self-confidence.
Our motto is, "Be your own kind of beautiful," so take a chance and explore our website. Fill out our application to learn further about how you can join a legacy of strong, confident, and successful young girls and women!
If you would like your country represented in the annual international competition, please fill out our form and we will send you all the required information to get started.
I created and started this pageant as an opportunity to create an International Teen Program like many of the other international pageants for their Teen counterparts. The concept began as an idea back in 1998 when I was traveling to an International pageant with a representative from the United States. This idea was stuck in my head for almost 5 years before I even began to do research.