Beauty pageants have come and gone in America as a source of prime time entertainment. Where the Miss America pageant used to get serious top billing, it now can't compete with even the middle-rung of reality television, which provides all of the drama, and infinitely more lascivious, trash-talking vicariousness than a family-friendly catwalk of beauties in bikinis who all love puppies and want to have six children.
Miss America is returning to its Atlantic City, N.J. home in September. One group particularly excited at that prospect is another beauty contest, the Miss'd America drag queen pageant. Read Post
The 24-year-old beauty queen stripped of her Miss Delaware title for being too old is suing national and local pageant organizers to get her crown back. Amanda Longacre will still be 24 when the Miss America pageant is held in Septe... Read Post
Post by Michele Zipp. Because beauty pageants aren't being taken seriously anymore, Miss World chairwoman Julia Morley announced a big change within her organization: The swimsuit portion of the competition has been banned. Just abo... Read Post