World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to welcome amazing Reny George Ms World Universal International Ambassador 2022.
Full name: Reny George
Title/Year: Ms World Universal International Ambassador 2022
Pageant System: Ms World Universal Pageant
Education Level: Post Graduate Degree
Zodiac sign: Scorpio
Hobbies: listening to music, watching movies, spending quality time with family and friends and volunteering.
Platform: Domestic Violence, Mental Health, Body Positivity and Cancer Awareness
Years competed: Nationals (Mrs Australia Galaxy representing NSW 2020), Internationals (Ms World Universal Pageant 2022)
Countries visited: India, Australia, USA, Fiji, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore
Likes: honesty, punctuality, selflessness and correct attitude.
Dislikes: Lies, double standard, cunningness and arrogance.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Please tell us about yourself.
I’m a very fun loving, confident, outspoken, go-getter and positive person. A critical care nurse by profession and a model by passion. Married and a mum to two beautiful kids. I believe in living for the moment and never settling for less than what you deserve. I’m fearless and take pride in my existence, beliefs and values.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Please tell us about your education.
I have done by bachelors in nursing from India and have completed my post graduation in critical care nursing specializing in cardiology here in Australia.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What does women Empowerment means to you?
Women empowerment to me is practice more than preaching. It’s leading by example and making the people around you be themselves and encourage them to flourish in their own individual capabilities. Women are already very powerful and strong and they should never be bracketed as a weaker sex who needs to be rescued or need constant support . Infact women empowerment to me is just accepting them as they are and letting them be. Women are already empowered, they just need to be allowed to live their lives without obstacles. Let me follow their dreams, let them achieve success and growth, let them dress according to choice, and let them choose their life, their partner, their sexual orientation as per their desire without being judged. That is empowerment for me.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your pageant history.
My first pageant was in 2020 where I represented New South Wales in Mrs Australia Galaxy.
Then in 2022 I got the opportunity to represent my heritage country India in Ms World Universal Internationals. I was crowned as Ms World Universal Ambassador in the same.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What inspired you to do your first pageant?
Honestly my first pageant just happened. I had never planned it. I had just started venturing into the modelling industry when someone told me to try the pageant. I’m very experimental when it comes to things like this. Hence I thought it would be a nice experience for me to learn and grow in this field. My first pageant taught me a lot. Wherever I am today is because of the training and learning I got from there. Pageants teach you a lot about yourself and if taken positively it evolves you to new heights.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Why did you choose to compete for your current title?
After my first pageant I had started working actively in the community with different organizations and Charities. Also was getting to work with a lot of fashion projects from runways, magazine shoots, etc. Through one of such projects I met the National Director of Ms World Universal and learnt about the system. I liked what the pageant stood for and how it encouraged woman of any age, shape, size, beliefs and sexual orientation to come forward and follow their dreams. That is something I believe and follow too that your only limits are your thoughts. Nothing else can stop you.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: To those unfamiliar with your pageant system please tell us what is it about?
Ms World Universal is a pageant system that believes in diversity, inclusivity, and sisterhood. It welcomes women from every strata of life. Be it any age, shape, size, marital status, colour, beliefs or sexual orientation. Anyone can participate as long as you believe you have it in you. The system celebrates each and every woman for their individuality and uniqueness. The pageant system also works with many charitable cause supporting woman suffering from domestic violence, to LGBTQ youth, ocean conservancy and cancer research.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What makes your director different from others?
I can’t talk about other directors but can tell about ours. Our director is like one amongst us. She is approachable, supportive and very fun to be with. She makes us very comfortable and keeps us posted about everything. She makes sure all the queens are well looked after. We always feel welcomed and a part of the system. It’s one big sisterhood.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are you being judged on during the competition?
Judging is not just during pageant week. It starts from when you decide to enter the pageant. The directors always watch out for what you are doing and how you represent yourself on a day to day basis. During pageant week, you are judged on your overall personality, your platform/ advocacy and on stage scoring which includes rounds like active wear, evening gown and onstage Q and A.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your experience during the competition.
I had a very beautiful experience during the pageant week. Met lots of amazing woman from across the globe. Learnt something from everyone. The environment during pageant week was very welcoming, positive and fun.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Who would you recommend your system to?
I would recommend my system to anyone who would like to experience pageantry. It welcomes and celebrates every woman.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about your platform or what cause do you volunteer for.
My advocacy / platform includes domestic violence, mental health, body positivity and cancer awareness. I work along with many charitable organisations who work and support my advocacies. The organisations I have worked and volunteered includes the lions club, make a wish foundation, Salvation Army, Australian Cancer council, Mental Health, Road2Bollywood charitable organisation and Australian Domestic, family and sexual Recovery Alliance.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What appearances have you done with your title?
The appearances I have done so far includes
1) Dining in the dark supporting vision Australia
2) Pink Ribbon supporting breast cancer research and awareness
3) Myers Spring Fashion Event
4) Couple of Fashion Awards events
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are some of your achievements?
For me achievements I consider is my growth and evolution internally as an individual more than materialistic things. Some of achievements so far includes
1) AGSA Pageant excellence award : International Ambassador of the year 2022
2) GEM Ambassador 2022
3) Sydney’s best dressed Fashion Jewel 2022
4) IFEFA woman of the year 2022
5) WOW Awards: Woman of the World 2021
6) Power Award: AGSA 2021
7) Sydney’s Best Dressed 2021
8) IFM Curve model winner 2020
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What makes you stand out from all those other beautiful girls?
Everyone is beautiful in their own unique ways. What makes me stand out is my confidence. I’m a very proud and confident curve model. I take pride in who I am and never doubt my worth. I strongly support and preach body positivity. Also I’m brutally honest and true to myself.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Tell us about the moment your name was called out as the winner.
Honestly it was a mixture of emotions. I was obviously very happy at the same time very overwhelmed. My family was cheering and crying during the crowning. So everything was full of emotions but at the same time very beautiful.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What does it mean to you to be a Beauty Queen?
Every title comes with a lot of responsibilities. You need to represent yourself and the organisation with utmost grace, dignity and pride. It’s not just looking pretty. It’s the work you do and how you can influence and inspire other people’s life on a day to day basis. You are always looked up to hence it’s how you carry urself and how you treat others that matters. It’s your personality that defines you more than your crown and sash.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did competing in pageants helped your life?
Pageants have helped me gain more confidence and has improved my public speaking abilities. It has helped me evolve as person.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did pageants helped your selfesteem and body image?
I was always a very body positive person and full of confidence. Pageants have helped me be a medium to make other women like me take that first step and follow their dreams. It has definitely enhanced my confidence that it’s just what’s inside you that will take you forward. Your body type or shape doesn’t define your worth.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: You are an inspiration to all the girls out there. How does it feel?
I truly feel very blessed and privileged to be in that place where I’m able to inspire others. Even if it’s just one girl or women around me, that’s a big achievement for me. It matters more than any title or awards.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What is your on stage strategy to win the judges over?
I don’t follow any strategy to be honest. I just be myself. That’s what will get you noticed. I just stay very focused and true to myself.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: How did you prepare for your competition?
Preparations as I said starts much before the pageant. It’s begins from the work you do in the community. You advocacy and how you work towards it. At the same time you need to focus on your physical and mental wellbeing. Most importantly it’s that don’t come under the pressure and stress associated with it. Just enjoy the process.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your tips for learning better pageant walks?
Practice, practice and more practice. You improve with time. Walks videos and tutorials and practice in our own time. Also pay attention during training and rehearsals. You learn a lot by watching others.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your tips for choosing right pageant dress?
Anything that flatters Your body type is the thing I follow. Whatever that looks good on you and makes you feel confident is good to wear. Also every pageant has some dress criteria’s, make sure to stay within those guidelines. Most importantly, the cost of your dress has nothing to do with the winning. It’s how it looks on you and how you carry it.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your tips for winning interview?
Pageant interview needs to be taken very seriously as it carries the maximum score. Just be confident and answer honestly. Never try too hard impress the judges, just be yourself they will automatically be impressed. Talk fluently and fearlessly.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What is one mistake that you've done during competing you wish you could redo and fix it?
I can’t think of any mistakes as such. It’s just that as with experience I became less stressed about the entire process. That’s very important to not come under pressure. I learnt to enjoy the process with time and not to focus much on winning.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: Any modeling or acting experience?
I have been modelling for sometime now. I have experience in runways and editorial shoots. I’m a published model in an international fashion magazine. I have walked In Australian Multicultural fashion festival, Western Sydney Fashion Fest, Global Elite Fashion Festival and New York Fashion Week 2022.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What are your plans for 2023 as a Queen?
For 2023, I plan to continue my work in the community towards my advocacies. Continue to influence and inspire people around me. Also I’m looking forward to travel to Hawaii in June next year for the next internationals.
World Class Beauty Queens Magazine: What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?
The legacy I want to leave behind is of how to be independent, confident, trustworthy and fearless. I want to be remembered for my humbleness and kindness more than my titles. Also my kids are my legacy. I aim to raise them into self respecting, kind and loving individuals. I consider that will be my biggest win getting two young individuals ready to take on the world.
International Director: Nancy Ellen Martin
Pageant website: www.worlduniversalproductions.com
Name of the Photographer and other credits
Photographer: Arun Kaul from Zeal photography services.
Thank your sponsors
I would like to thank my sponsor Joe Khoury Oam Editor in chief of Future newspaper for sponsoring me for my pageant. World Class Beauty Queens Magazine would like to say thank you for this wonderful interview.
Reny George Ms World Universal International Ambassador 2022, World Class Beauty Queens Magazine, Photo by Arun Kaul from Zeal photography services
Interview by Derek Tokarzewski
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