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Popescu Georgiana Miss Earth Romania 2023

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Queen Popescu Georgiana Miss Earth Romania 2023.

Full Name: Popescu Georgiana

Title/Year: Miss Earth Romania - 2023

Pageant System: Miss Earth

Age: 26

Education Level: University- Master Degree

Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

Hobbies: Swimming, Tennis, Dancing

Platform: Miss Earth Organization Romania - Ambasador 

Years Competed: 2019

Countries Visited: Spain, Italy, Germany, England, Greece, Hungary, Czech Republic,Turkey, Vietnam

Likes: To spend time in nature, to visit new places and countries, to meet new cultures and people.

Dislike: To be disappointed by the people you care about

Current Status: Unmarried World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Can you share a bit about who you are? Like, what are your passions outside of the pageant world?

My passions are diverse, I really like spending time in nature and doing sports, from running in the park to going on a trip to the mountains. At the same time, I started doing sports as a child, more precisely from the age of 10 when I practiced swimming, and at the age of 14-15 I also started to practice handball, being in the school team for many years.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: I’m curious about your education journey. What's it been like for you, any particular highlights or challenges?

For me, education is very important because I chose to do 2 faculties: one in Public Administration and another in Law, and there were challenges all the time because I always had to be connected with school but also follow my passions, but I always found a balance.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Women's empowerment is such a key topic. What does it mean to you personally?

Women's empowerment can be defined in many ways and I consider it including accepting women's points of view, making efforts to seek them and raising the status of women through education, awareness, literacy and training.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did you get into pageants? What sparked your interest initially?

I have always followed and appreciated the contests, but I have always considered that it is good to participate in them when you have a life experience behind you to be able to speak from your reality and not just to speak from the experiences of others.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What motivated you to participate in your first pageant? Was there a defining moment?

I thought that I could be a voice for my generation, contribute to a change for the better and be able to help as much as possible; this was the deciding factor. Because I campaign for the protection and preservation of the environment and I had many projects in this sense, I considered that my voice must be heard and especially the environmental problems that my country is facing should be diminished.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Why did you choose to compete for your current title? What made it stand out for you?

Because I love the environment and the Miss Earth contest was a great platform to be able to talk openly about protecting and preserving the environment, with an emphasis on deforestation but also on sustainability.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: I'd love to know more about your pageant system. Could you explain what it’s all about?

I focus a lot on myself and put myself first, I always try to think clearly and have a vision of the future and life in general.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What do you think sets your pageant director apart from others?

My director is a very involved person just like me and he supported me 100% with everything that was needed during the competition, I think that he differentiates himself by the fact that he continues to help you in everything even after the competition ends.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: During competitions, what are the key things you're judged on?

You are judged for your entire time in the competition, from the first day you entered the host country, the specialized jury focuses on you, it is a complete course from the first to the last day of the competition. Behavior, personality, attitude and charisma are also key points in judging.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What’s your competition experience been like? Any memorable moments or learnings?

Surely! Memorable moments were because I made friends and connections with women from all corners of the world and I realized that I can adapt and manage anywhere on earth with only one luggage!

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Would you recommend your pageant system to others? If so, why?

Because it is a system based on discipline. It's always good to be punctual, I do a lot of sports and in competitions in general I have to be very disciplined and careful with you.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell me about your advocacy or volunteer work. What causes are you passionate about?

I campaign for an environment and a future as good as possible, for sustainability and protection and conservation. Over time I got involved in numerous environmental projects to save the planet - I spoke openly with people and took action where necessary.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: With your title, what kinds of appearances or activities have you been involved in?

I had a lot of activities together with my organization and groups of volunteers: I planted trees, I recycled selectively and correctly, I collected waste thrown in nature from the forests of the city where I live, and I went to kindergartens and schools to talk about civic actions with children to make them aware and responsible.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Can you share some of your achievements, both in and outside of pageantry?

Outside of the competition, I managed to work together with some environmental activists on a project that aims to plant more than 100 trees in one day, and we have and want to organize this project in the future as well, and in the competition I was able to enjoy to share with people a little of my experience with people who have the same passion as me.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: In such a competitive field, what do you think makes you stand out?

Ambition, determination, charisma, perseverance, strength, intelligence, beauty and even life experience.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: I can only imagine how it feels to win. What was going through your mind when your name was announced as the winner?

It was one of the happiest moments in my life, because I knew that I would represent my country and I wanted this extraordinarily much. I felt extremely proud and considered it the culmination of my work until then.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What does being a Beauty Queen mean to you?

It is a very big responsibility, but very beautiful at the same time because the work never ends, not even after you finish the competition, because your voice must be heard as loud as possible and the facts must be built further

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How have pageants impacted your life?

For the better, definitely! I focus on projects, volunteering, charity acts and I do this with great pleasure.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How have pageants influenced your self-esteem and body image?

I had a lot of confidence in myself and the way I looked even before the competition, but it's like after participating I feel unstoppable and it's like it helped me show this to people even more.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: You’re an inspiration to many. How does that feel, and what message do you want to share with others?

To trust them, to follow their dreams no matter how big and impossible it may seem, because I believe that if you really want something, you will get it in a moment and the Universe works for us.Confidence in yourself is the key to success!

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What’s your strategy for captivating the judges on stage?

I try to interact with them in one way or another, whether it's hand gestures, a respectful bow, I use body language and I like to borrow from the gestures of the host country.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How do you prepare for competitions? Any specific routines or practices?

I do a lot of sports, I go to the gym 4 times a week, and on the days I don't go, I run in the park or ride my bike and try to eat healthy.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Got any tips for nailing the perfect pageant walk?

Practice is the key to success, self-confidence also plays an important role because it will be seen that you are master and strong from the first second you arrive on stage.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Choosing the right pageant dress can be crucial. What are your tips for making the best choice?

It is important to know yourself and to know what makes you stand out and possibly to turn to a good designer, I turned to Mrs. Adelaide who created a special dress to my measurements and listened to my opinions.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Interview rounds can be tricky. What are your strategies for a winning interview?

To have a speech as coherent and free as possible and to make myself understood easily. It is important to be as real as possible and not just learn a speech as if you were learning a poem.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Looking back, is there a moment in a competition you wish you could redo?

No, I think that at the time I did what I knew best and I gave everything as I knew how. I am happy with myself in general and I have no regrets.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What common mistakes do you see others making in contests?

Probably the fear of speaking in public, which I also had when I was a child, but contests can help you express yourself clearly and are a good platform to develop yourself.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Do you have any experience in modeling or acting?

Yes, I entered the world of modeling from the age of 12 and had many photo sessions, fashion presentations, appearances in advertisements and magazines and I can say that I also interacted with acting to a lesser extent because I took courses in this field.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your plans or goals for the upcoming year as a Queen?

I would like my organization to work with the Ministry of the Environment for various eco projects, to hold free seminars for children, young people and adults where they can learn that the environment is everything - from health, to the future and to life.

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Finally, what kind of legacy do you hope to leave behind?

I would like to continue working with the organization even after years and to leave as a legacy the involvement in contests because in my country it does not receive much attention.

- National Director: Vitanescu Ioan    

- Pageant Website: The Miss Earth Pageant

Photo credit: first: Nani Vasile 

sponsors: Tom Kara - Dress; Long beach pearls -jwl; Mascara London- Dress 

The Miss Earth Pageant

 The Miss Earth Pageant : An International Environmental Event   

World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you for this wonderful interview.

Popescu Georgiana Miss Earth Romania 2023, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by Nani Vasile  Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief Mr WorldClass 2023 Mr United Nations 2018 Platform: Women Empowerment


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