Miss Universe To Allow Moms, Married Women To Compete

Miss Universe Organization To Start Accepting Mothers, Married Women To Compete

MISS UNIVERSE – The Miss Universe Organization (MUO) to allow married women and mothers to compete starting next year (Miss Universe 2023).

Miss Universe is an annual international beauty pageant. It is one of the two most renowned and well-known beauty pageants in the world, together with the Miss World Competition.

Women from all around the world compete in the Miss Universe pageant to represent their home countries. It is one of the most culturally influential and expensive international events in the world.

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Since its founding in 1952 by Pacific Mills, it has been owned by numerous businesses. Donald Trump purchased it in 1996.

Miss Universe is a pageant that unites people from all over the world with the purpose of admiring women on the inside and out. It is a pageant rich in history, prestige, and legacy.

It gives women from all over the world a chance to “realize their goals through experiences that build self-confidence and create opportunities for success.”

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According to reports, the MOU has informed national directors all around the world through email that starting next year, mothers and women who are currently or have recently been married are now eligible to compete for the coveted crown.

The email purportedly issued by MOU CEO Amy Emmerich was shared with their followers by the Facebook pages Missosology and Instagram page MISSUUPDATES.

“As you know, the Miss Universe Organization has always strived to evolve with the changing times to best represent and support women globally,” it began.

“As part of the next step in our evolution, we have implemented the following changes: Effective with the 72nd Miss Universe competition and national preliminary competitions leading up to it, women who are or have been married, as well as women who are pregnant or have children, will be able to compete.”

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MUO’s statement added that their decision was based on the surveys they conducted earlier this year. Their “recent data” showed the “average age of marriage for women and first-time pregnancy globally begins at 21.”

“Despite the difference in our cultures and beliefs, this allows all women to put their fate in their own hands and we will accommodate whoever is Miss Universe accordingly. We look forward to continue welcoming even more aspirational women to our community as a result of these latest changes. We wanted to share this with you now, as you begin preparations for your local pageants for 2023.”

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