Beauty Contest Speech

Beauty Contest Speech delivered at the University of Pangasinan. Read and grasp idea on how will you write your own.

Almea Doisse Manzano Dizon

This is a beauty contest speech delivered on January 25, 2013 during the Miss College of Social Sciences at the University of Pangasinan.

I am Almea Doisse Manzano Dizon, your Miss College of Social Science 2012. I have been a pageant candidate since Grade 6. Ever since, I started to grow as a pageant candidate. I did actually stumble many times before learning how to win a pageant like this and serve as a beauty queen. But no matter what, I never give–up even they throw a lot of criticism towards me.


To my fellow candidates that year and that night, I would like to express my longing to the memories we have shared. I am pretty sure that whatever the outcome that night, you have never regretted joining the pageant. Pageant is not all about winning and wearing the crown. It is all about what you do after that night; serving and trying to be the best person you can be to inspire other people to be the best of themselves whatever may happen.

I would like to give thanks to the College of Social Sciences Dean and Dr. Joseph Mejia, Faculty, Council Officers, and students who helped and still helping to do pageants like this. This gives opportunities to students like me and our candidates tonight to learn different values and develop ourselves to be much more responsible not only as students but also citizens.

To the parents here tonight, continue supporting your sons and daughters. No matter what the result is, there is a saying in beauty pageants and among beauty queens, “different judges; different girls.” It is alright to lose because there are no losers in pageants – all are winners. Besides, pageant interview questions are really difficult to answer.

That night, like our candidates, felt pressure in all sides. If it not for the support of my family, classmates, my best friend Reggieric Ramos Recodos, my make-up artist Lloyd Tirso and Arjay Cruz and for my determination to be honored as Miss College of Social Sciences 2012, I would not make it.

And to our almighty God, who is the source of all things beautiful – to God may always be the glory.

Almea Doisse Manzano Dizon, and will always be Miss College of Social Sciences 2012.

Mabuhay and thank you.


Pamela Kae Miranda

Check the pageant speech of a beauty queen after her journey of serving her duties and responsibilities well.

One summer ago, I trod in the same platform, same stage, to experience a once in a lifetime beauty pageant. Who would ever forget the experience that we, the Limgas na Pangasinan 2013 candidates shared? It’s been a year already but the emotions I have felt on that night and the lessons that I learned are still fresh in my memory and in my heart.

As for personal development, I thank the organizers and the people behind this pageant for it helped me develop my personality both in the individual and social aspects of life. It made me a stronger person; facing a bunch of crowd is one thing but the confidence it boosted was enough to help me face the world. Also, I would like to thank my dearest family for their unending love and support. Thank you for always being my strength whenever giving up is like the only option left.

To this year’s candidates, I would just want to share a word or two. The pageant helped me realize that there’s more to being beautiful and giving awe earning answers; the beauty of its contestants is only the facade that the pageant offers but the advocacy and purpose that it instills to everyone of us really defines what a pageant really is. That would be the legacy that this beauty tilt would like to leave; not just finding the most beautiful pangasinense woman but finding the inner; more deeper meaning of beauty that candidates must realize and share: Beauty with a purpose as they say; a purpose of influencing and inspiring others to be better people, better citizens and better pangasinenses.

I, Pamela Kae, together w/ Mara, Charlotte and the rest of Limgas na Pangasinan 2013 candidates, promise to continue to help raise people’s awareness and drive for a better Pangasinan community.

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Joanna Marie Tolosa Lee


In August of 2013, on this exact same stage, I was blessed to be crowned as the very first campus queen. At that moment, winning was not really my priority, I was more after the experience since it was the very first and biggest pageant I have joined that time. I was just myself, tried to ignore the pressure and just really enjoyed the stage. But after the announcement, I knew my simple life was going to be different. Being crowned as The First Campus Queen opened doors to so many opportunities. I can say that winning gave me that confidence I needed to join more prestigious pageants and even events that would require confidence and bravery on the stage.

To my dad, thank you for always making me feel loved, always assuring me that you’re just there to protect and care for me. I know that I will always be your princess. I love you dad.

To my brothers, thank you for always being my body guards, always concern of my safety.

To my handler and trainer, mamu, Marlon Muyron, all the lessons you taught me are truly worth remembering. Thank you for bringing me into this industry, without you, I will never know what it’s like to be a beauty queen.

To the event’s organizer, Sir Dave Aquino and company; to Robinson’s Place Calasiao and their staff, thank you very much for trusting me. Thank you for believing in what I can do. Thank you for organizing events for us aspiring beauty queens; because of these events, you’re giving us big opportunities to reach our dreams.

And most importantly, I’d like to thank our God for all of these. All I have achieved in my life is because of Him. For without Him, I am nothing. But with Him, I can be everything.

I, Joanna Marie Lee, will always be grateful being your first Campus Queen Pangasinan 2013.

To God Be All the Glory.

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Pageant Speech

Pageant speech samples used for farewell walks. Know what you have to say to people you have to thank for. Don’t hit a miss!

Angelica Demandante

March of 2011 at the age of 16, I started my training as early as December. Determination and belief that everything will turn out good is my mentor’s way of upbringing me. Who will believe it, I’m lacking in height when I am with my sister candidates May Ervison Ruaro and Shirali Irenai Castillo.


Winning a pageant is not all about the cheers of people. Winning is not all about the waving of hands, not the awarding of sashes and absolutely not the wearing of crown. It is more than that.

To be a beauty queen is not easy as it seems, you have to be the very best in whatever you do. And achieving the crown is not just being the fairest of them all.

It takes time to wait, to be smiled and to be spotlighted. Sometimes the waiting seems to take a little longer. And sometimes it takes forever until we find to ourselves that strength, that it is “us” who determine when will, we shine in God’s Grace.

Before I will pass the crown to my successor, I would like to say “thank you” to people who are in one way or another developed me into who I am and to people who have helped me win the pageant: to my mother, to my make-up artist Jason Solis, to my sponsor and Alma Mater, Mangaldan National High School, to my fellow candidates that night, I must admit, I, too, was nervous and shaking.

To our Pageant Director Jonas Dizon, Choreographer Renee De Vera and Rey Cabuzi, thank you so much for creating such a wonderful and awesome pageant that will linger in one’s memory. To the rest of the pageant committee under the leadership of our mayor and municipal councilors, thank you so much for the Miss Mangaldan 2011 project. To the judges that night, thank you for entrusting me your confidence, and to the people of Mangaldan, I say thank you, thank you, and thank you. It was a joyful journey to serve my town – my home!

And to all, I bid my farewell.

Angelica Quinto Demandante, and will always be, Miss Mangaldan 2011.


Nicole Jane S. Nabua

Sample pageant farewell speech from Nicole Jane S. Nabua sharing her magical journey by thanking the people behind her success. Let’s read what she has to say.

“It is not on the stars to hold our destiny it is in ourselves…”
– Nicole Jane S. Nabua, Miss Magic 2012

Looking back when I joined Miss Magic 2012 the idea of being an official candidate itself is beyond my imagination. I started my journey in the beauty pageant world when I was first year high school not even knowing the potentials I have. Unexpectedly, this simple high school pageant paved way to greater ambitions as I gradually discover my potentials.

Truly I am blessed by the Ultimate Creator by providing me different people with different talents and skills who helped me hone the potentials I have. To sir Patrick Gayapa, John Gayapa, Tin Macaraed and to my tita Gladys Estabillo, thank you.

Twenty Twelve was indeed a magical experience. Joining Miss Magic made me discover that all of us can do wonders…our success lies in our hands…opportunities are there but if we do not do our share then nothing will happen to us.

Thank you to the Magic Group of Companies for making me discover the magic I have within me….letting me pour it out and use these potentials I have for the betterment of myself and in inspiring others to do the same.

To all my co candidates whom I shared my experience with, to sir Chris, sir Jojo, sir MJ, Doc Eugene, sir Jo, sir Alfred; thank you also to Manang Celia, Ma’am Irene, Sir Brian and the entire men and women behind the Magic Group of Companies specially to Sir Benjie Lim whom I also wish and pray for his endeavors.

But of course, there is no magical experience to begin with without my family who never left me through thick and thin. Thank you so much for the love, for the care and above all for the gift of life. To my dad, mom, my brother, my sister, my grandpas and grandmas, aunties and uncles. Thank you.

Above all, the Ultimate Creator the Mightiest of them all who never left me, showered me with so much opportunities and blessings – our God.

Siak ni Nicole Nabua mani pod iti ili iti Binalonan Miss Magic 2012 saying thank you and cherish every moment you have, learn to be patient, believe in yourselves, work hard and do not forget that magical moments are true.

Nicole Jane S. Nabua, Miss Magic 2012

Aiyana Camille Mickiewicz

Naimbag nga rabii kada kayo amin apo.


Exactly a year ago, I was in the same position as these candidates are now competing for your trust and support. Now I am standing in-front of you with the success of bringing home the title of Mutia Ti La Union 2012. This is not just my success but our success and pride of being Agooenos. I truly thank our Heavenly Father for all the blessings He has showered upon me this past year. It’s truly a blessing & a priceless experience I’ll never forget.

Thank you mom & dad for all the support you have given unto me. I can never thank you enough for all the guidance and teachings you’ve taught me of making me who I am today.

Thank you to my dear Mayora Sandra Y. Eriguel & Congressman Eufranio Eriguel for all your support you’ve given to me including the support you gave me during my Miss Magic 2012 competition. There are no exact words how greatful and thankful I am for all that you’ve done for me. This is one thing I will truly cherish for the rest of my life.

Thank you to my handler, Paul Sanglay, who I consider to be my second mother and my beauty pageant coaches Ate Jlo & Faize, who are like my sisters. It if weren’t for all of you seeing that I have the potential in being in a beauty pageant I wouldn’t be standing here in-front of you. You’ve taught me so much from how to walk, stand, & sit like a beauty queen. You are all a great teachers.

Thank you very much to Direct Joel Macanaya and The Jingleman Production staffs for creating a wonderful show and entertainment to all of us. Truly the joy that you give to everybody is unbeatable.

Thank you very much to my previous sponsor for Miss Agoo 2011, Engineer Carlos Boado of Agoo Contructors Group; may you continue to be more successful in your future projects.

To all my friends whose supported me since my first pageant; a simple greet of good luck and saying you believe in me truly means a lot to me from the bottom of my heart. You are all my inspiration.

To the lucky candidate that will be crowned tonight as the next Miss. Agoo 2012 cherish and enjoy every moment and all future opportunities that will be handed to you. Most of all, always remember to keep your feet on the ground and win or loss always give thanks unto the Lord. Remember being a beauty queen is not about having the crown on your head but wearing it over your heart.

Dagiti amen nga kailyak nga taga Agooenos, Agyaman ti nomutoy biyang ti napalalo a supporta ken talek yo. Awesen kayo ngarud amen nga itultuloy tay koma iti panangsuporta toy madaydayaw ken nagaget a Mayora, Honorable Sandra Y Eriquel kasta met ti asawa na Congressman, Honorable Eufranio “Franny” Eriquel ag raman dagiti Local Government Unit. Isuda iti kang runaan apo, a nang papentas ti ili tayo a Agoo, ket saanak a mabain nga mangibaga kadakayo a maysa tayo a First Class Municipality of La Union. Mangibati ak ti uppat a sao, Agtulnog Tayo amin apo!

Aiyana Camille Mickiewicz

Pageant Farewell Speech

Pageant Farewell Speech or pageant speech for beauty queens passing their crowns! Know what other former beauty queens have written!

Murriel Solis Llobrera

As we all know, all good things end well. So, as the 2010 ended, it’s also time to pass her two-year legacy to those who will inherit her endeavor and will.

Here’s a beauty contest speech from Miss San Fabian 2009, Murriel Solis Llobrera.


Leaving, sometimes, is not a matter of choice. Two years have passed since I was crowned as Miss SK San Fabian and, indeed, it wasn’t just a remarkable experience – but also a great responsibility for me. Responsibility to uphold on what is morally upright even many compromises with the wrong; responsibility to live with the highest possible ideals is not as easy as it is in order to serve as an epitome to the people, especially to the young ones. To be studious as a character of a student, to be a good daughter as what is to be expected to anybody of my age; and to follow what our beauty pageant mentor always tell us, “Wear the crown in your heart, and not in your head.”

I am thankful to the people who have become part of my journey as Miss Sk San Fabian. To our Mayor, Hon. Mojamito R. Libunao Jr, municipal councilors, Sangguniang Kabataan, and to our pageant director, Derik Rey Cabuzi and his staff, to Ate Care Romero who have passed the crown to me, to my make-up artist that night, Francisco Usoria Jr., to my Father Ricardo and my Mother Lolita, my Sister Racquel, relatives, friends, and to my fellow candidates during that time, I say thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

To the judges who have looked onto me with so much kindness and trusted me with confidence to give to me the most coveted title that these ladies of our town would be much more than willing to accept it even if it is embedded not of gold but responsibility; to the beautiful people of San Fabian, I say thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. It was a joyful journey to serve my town – my home.

And to all, I bid my farewell, so long.

Murriel Solis Llobrera, and will always be, Miss SK San Fabian 2009.

pageant farewell speech

Jeroselle Oliveros Rivera

Last January 18, 2012, I have been blessed to wear this beautiful crown and carry the title of Miss San Fabian. And even up to this moment; the nervousness, excitement and overwhelming happiness that I have felt during that night is still fresh in my memory. It is indeed a very remarkable experience for me. An experience that I will forever treasure in my heart for I have not only won the title Miss San Fabian 2012 but I have also gained new friends in the person of my fellow beauty queens Nikki Marmolejo and Jeannette Greissel.

This beautiful experience also gave me the chance and opportunity to meet new people and participate in different events and gatherings of our beloved town which taught me plenty of things and helped me to become a better person and this what makes my reign as Miss San Fabian 2012 more meaningful.

I would like to express my gratitude to the Chairman of the Pageant, Tita Cynthia Soriano and to our Pageant Director Sir Rey Cabuzi for all their hard work in making Miss San Fabian 2012 a successful event. To our Municipal Mayor Irene Libunao and to the councilors for their outstanding support to make the pageant an awesome experience for all of us.

I could not have done it without our Heavenly Father and the continual love, trust and support of my family. Thank you, and I love you all very much.

Jeroselle Oliveros Rivera, and will always be your Miss San Fabian 2012.


Danielle Magleo Dulay

I cannot even begin to form a thought without first recognizing the glory and graciousness of sweet Jesus, my savior. Thank you so much, Lord, for all that You have been to me and all that You will continue to be.


Actually, I am not really interested in joining such pageant. Yes, I am fond of watching but I have never been imagined myself standing in stage like a beauty queen. It is not my dream. Suddenly, someone knocked on our door offering me to join Miss San Carlos City. Again, I say, I am not interested in such kind of stuff but he is really determined for me to say yes. So I agreed just to shut him up. And, I am confident that I will not be qualified – I will not pass the screening. That is how it starts. Unfortunately (yes, you heard it right, I said unfortunately), I passed the screening and became one of the official candidates for Miss San Carlos City. Even though, pageantry is not my interest, still I was amazed to be one of the beauties. Of course, who would have believed that I would pass it? As you can see, I don’t have the figure, height and poise of a beauty queen. Indeed, miracles do happen.

Everything went great, not just for me but for all of us who joined the pageant. There were 15 of us, all gorgeous and talented; and for me, to win the title is… WOW! It is fantastic. As what Santillan said, “Always get to the stage with humility then surely you will get off with pride.” Winning the crown is not the end of the story, criticisms will follow thereafter. I don’t really want popularity; and being a titleholder, it makes my life harder when there are lots of eyes watching me. I always have to be on my best persona or else I will be misunderstood. Abenilla put this idea very eloquently as she said, “The winner takes it all, including the judgments.”

Life as Miss San Carlos City 2012 has allowed me to acquire a myriad of experiences; overcome my shyness and stage-fright; gain self-fulfillment and confidence; build friendships; and receive care from unexpected people. This pageant is worth-remembering.

Everyone needs help along the way to success. Thank you, mommy (Imelda Dulay), daddy (Arthur Dulay), kuya (Ari Ace Dulay), to the rest of my relatives, my close friends, and my handler (Marga), for being unfailingly supportive of me. I am so blessed to have you in my life, and I love you dearly. Without you, I would not be able to surpass many of the challenges I face. Also, I would like to thank the people who criticized, insulted and degraded me. You gave me strength to come out my shell and prove myself. Thanks for being my inspiration. I so love you, my haters. Yes, this is a democratic country and everyone is entitled for his opinion. If that is what you think, it is really fine with me for as long as you don’t cross the line. Of course, I cannot neglect sending special thanks to the choreographers, Windsor Untalan and Michael Cayabab; and to the rest of the pageant committee under the leadership of our Vice Mayor Joseres Resuello. I hope you will continue organizing such a wonderful show. It is an opportunity for young ladies to prove that they are more than just pretty face, that they’ve got what it takes to be one of a role model. To the judges that night, thank you for appreciating my imperfections. Lastly, to all the San Carlenians, thank you so much!

To the young ladies wishing to be a beauty queen, believe in yourself! Follow your heart and your dreams. As what Cage said, “You are capable and worthy of being and dong anything. You just need the discipline and determination to see it through. It won’t come instantly, and you may backslide from time to time, but don’t let that deter you. Never give up.” Live like you mean it. Believe you can, and you will. Do your best but never ever think that you are the best. Never assume. Never expect.

To the young lady who will be crowned the next Miss San Carlos, congratulations on making it this far! You are now a public figure. All eyes will be on you. Criticisms will be everywhere but never ever waste your time for such crap. Disprove what they think about you. Remember, envious die not once but as often as the envied win applause. Stay patient, kind and understanding, and most importantly, stay humble.

No matter where I go in life, I will always remember this experience and all it has taught. I hope I was able to make you proud. I am honored to have been able to serve as Miss San Carlos City 2012.


Danielle Magleo Dulay
Miss San Carlos City 2012

“Hindi sa pagiging binibini ng kagandahan nakikilala ang mga tunay na kababaihan ng isang bansa.” – Teo T. Antonio

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