Areas of Competition

Little Miss Galaxy 2011

Anahi Garcia


Miss Pre-Teen Galaxy 2011

Skylar Bantz


Jr. Miss Galaxy 2011

Unjanee Wells

Competition Categories

Photogenic (25%)

Galaxy Pageants relies heavily upon international advertising in industry publications and the internet to promotion the Jr. Miss, Miss Pre-Teen and Little Miss Galaxy International Pageant™. Therefore, titleholders must possess photogenic appeal and ability to project an image consistent with beauty and elegance.


Interview (25%)

Jr. Miss, Miss Pre-Teen & LIttle Miss Galaxy International™ titleholders must be articulate with excellent social and conversational skills. Titleholders must be able to express themselves clearly, diplomatically, and must project a pleasant personality at all times.


Fashionwear (25%)

Jr. Miss Galaxy™ titleholders must be able to project their own personal sense of style. This segment will be conducted very much like a runway fashion show. Fashion attire can be anything the delegate feels represents a currently popular or stylish ensemble. Judges will be looking for high energy, spirit, and the delegate's sense of contemporary style for today's woman. Judges are not looking for a specific style or designer label but rather how well the attire suits the delegate (e.g., fit, color, style) as well as delegate’s on-stage presentation.


Evening Gown (25%)

Jr. Miss Galaxy ™ titleholders must carry themselves with dignity, grace, poise and elegance. Judges will not be evaluating the cost or designer label of the gown, but rather how well it suits the delegate (e.g., fit, color, style) as well as delegate's on-stage presentation.


Opening Number (not judged)

For the on-stage opening number, each delegate must wear a bright colored cocktail dress, except purple (only the reigning queens will be wearing purple). Your dress can have beading; rhinestones etc. but please do not over do it. This segment will not be judged.