Sabah & Sarawak | Walk-In Auditions For Miss Universe Malaysia 2017
Do you have what it takes to be the next Miss Universe Malaysia? Follow in the footsteps of pageant beauties like Kiran Jassal, Vanessa Tevi, Sabrina Beneett and Carey Ng and join us at our walk-in audition roadshows to be held across five states every weekend this June.
The auditions will take place from 9am – 5pm at the following locations:
11 June 2016 – Horizon Hotel, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
12 June 2016 –The Old Courthouse, Kuching, Sarawak
The audition is open to all non-Muslim, Malaysian females aged between 18 to 25 years as of 2016 with a minimum height of 168cm, who think they have what it takes to be Malaysia’s representative to the Miss Universe pageant. More importantly, they have to comfortable taking the stage and ooze confidence. Those who would like to register for the 2017 pageant can go to:
The Miss Universe Malaysia title holder can expect a life-changing experience once she wears the crown. As Miss Universe Malaysia, she will carry the title wherever she goes, and automatically become a public figure. She will have a platform to brand herself and carry out what she is passionate about. In addition, she will also have opportunities to network with prominent, influential figures all over the world and work with leading fashion players, and at the same time, be challenged emotionally, mentally and physically.
TO FIND POTENTIAL BEAUTIES
This year’s auditions will see the Miss Universe Malaysia Organization (MUMO) team travelling across Malaysia to five states, including East Malaysia to find potential beauties who have what it takes to bring home the crown. Grooming and training will begin from the point of selection to the finale, with the selection process focused on the contestant’s dedication and ability to adapt and improve throughout the process. Judges for the auditions will include MUMO National Director, Elaine Daly, actress cum former beauty queen Debbie Goh and actor-producer-director Hans Isaac.
“Unlike previous years, the vision for MUMO moving forward is to create a social media driven pageant that empowers women in Malaysia to aspire to our core values of being hip, urban, relevant and real,” said Elaine Daly, who has taken over the reins from Carey Ng.
She enthused, “We want Malaysian girls who believe that she has what it takes and possess the confidence to impress us at the audition. It doesn’t matter if she doesn’t speak perfect English. As Malaysians, we all speak different dialects and languages. But what’s important is that the candidate must be comfortable and confident.”
Speaking from her personal experience, Elaine added, “Joining the pageant in 2003 definitely changed my life. It was a career move that helped put me in the limelight and opened many doors for me in the entertainment industry. It also gave me a voice to speak on issues and causes close to my heart.”
This time around, shortlisted finalists will appear in a series of webisodes capturing the whole process of selecting a deserving winner among the bevvy of beauties in the newly-launched online lifestyle channel, hurr.tv. For the winner, she will win the coveted title and crown, as well as cash and sponsored prizes worth up to RM200,000. More importantly, she will have a once-ina-lifetime opportunity to represent Malaysia at the Miss Universe pageant alongside contestants from all over the world.
Qualified young women who are up for the challenge are invited to attend the walk-in auditions for a chance to represent Malaysia in wearing one of the most prestigious titles in the pageant world.
For any enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow them on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MissUniverseMalaysia for updated roadshow locations.
Miss Universe Malaysia Organization is also available on the following platforms:
Official website www.missuniversemalaysia.com.my
Mobile Apps Miss Universe Malaysia