Pageant queens are known for being beauty and brains. They have intelligence, class and poise that is admirable and celebrated once they are crowned. But there are some entertainers who have just as much dignity as the ones with the tiaras. Flip through to see 11 vixens we think are pageant-ready.
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Beyonce is an incredible talent who symbolizes hard work, class and following your dreams. The “Flawless” would be more than fitting of being Miss America.
No matter what comes her way, Ciara maintains her cool and remains graceful. The Atlanta dame is sweet with a flawless image. Couldn’t you see her getting crowned?
Though she is only 2 years young, KeKe Palmer has the poise and class of a woman who has lived a little. The actress-turned-talk-show-host has the beauty and integrity of a pageant queen.
She’s cute as a button and has a likeable spirit along with a breathtaking voice. Doesn’t she look like she’s won a few pageants already?
Taylor Swift is surely America’s sweetheart and has captured the hearts of millions.
Miss Aiko’s life hasn’t been all peaches and cream and she’s proud of it. She’s had many losses and had bouts of depression that have led to suicidal thoughts. Through the bad times the LA native has survived and represents perseverance, which makes her deserving of a crown.
This Australian beauty may be a bit fiesty on wax but comes to her image she’s always classy and well-spoken. We could see Iggy getting the crown for sure.
Not only is she beautiful, but she is talented, educated, articulate and represents loving oneself and where you come from, all the things that are important when representing a country.
TDE’s resident songstress has a style of her own and a free spirit that shows that she is comfortable in her own skin.
The Philadelphia native has a grace and confidence that can inspire women of many ages. Ms. Scott carries herself with a sophistication that every pageant gal should have.
Her lovable character and relatable image would make her a great candidate for Miss America, don’t you think?