Tamichael Watson Mr. Legacy International 2019
World Class Kings Magazine would like to welcome amazing King Tamichael Watson Mr. Legacy International 2019.
Full name: Tamichael Stephan Watson
Title/Year: Mr. Legacy International 2019
Pageant System: Legacy International
Zodiac sign: Virgo
Hobbies: Playing Rugby, Swimming, Pushing physical limits
Years competed: 2019
Likes: Trees, Undefined Music, Light Conversations, Rugby
Dislikes: Cats, Limitations
World Class Kings Magazine: Please tell us about yourself.
I am an individual that prides himself in fitness, I believe that I should strive to push the limits not only physically but mentally to become the best version of self. But I believe that I am the best version, in the sense that I am content. I am someone who appreciates the simple things of life like the sound of leaves rustling in the wind.
World Class Kings Magazine: Why did you choose to compete for your title?
I wanted to try something different. I would usually participate in competitions that showcased my physical attributes, but this competition highlighted more than just the physical, it involved the mental as well and required me to reveal myself to the light in all spheres.
World Class Kings Magazine: To those unfamiliar with your pageant system please tell us what is it about? The Mr. & Ms. Legacy International is a pageant like no other. This system showcases the overall attributes of the individual. The Charity aspect question what changes you have done in your community. Mr. & Ms. Legacy offer a holistic approach to pageantry, to not only sharpen your skill but bring them to the next level.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are you being judged on during the competition?
The things that the judges look for during your pageant interview is whether or not you look the part for the job of a titleholder. They pay close attention to proper grammar usage and look for CONFIDENCE, how you relate to contestants, your performances throughout the event and how you treat the staff at the event. Now in the interview, the most important thing judges look for is how you express yourself because you will be. Because you will be expose to a variety of public and professional audiences. One way to show the judges your aptitude and intelligence is the use of proper grammar, which includes, but is certainly not limited to, correct subject-verb agreement
World Class Kings Magazine: Which part of the competition was most fun for you?
When I was first introduced to the audience in my most comfortable state, shirtless. I got to show a side of me that not a lot of people have seen and although it was nerve-racking I enjoyed the rush.
World Class Kings Magazine: Which part of the competition was most challenging for you?
The first part where I had to introduce myself to a room full of people I did not know and give them a peek into my soul. That honestly had my palms sweating because I had it in mind that first interactions are always the hardest.
World Class Kings Magazine: What inspired you to do your first pageant?
I wanted to know what it was like to compete with not only your body but also your mind and to really test my people skills.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are some of your achievements?
Currently, I am a high school graduate studying for a bachelor's degree in mathematics, past rugby captain and walking for some of the world's greatest designers like Carlton Jones.
World Class Kings Magazine: Tell us about your platform or what charity you volunteer for?
I don't have a charity but I love to volunteer in children's homes, my favorite is the Muster Seed community.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are some of the appearances that you have done?
I was at the most recent Miss Universe Jamaica pageant that the current queen earned her title, walk the runway for Collection Moda, Sit on the Judging panel for the Miss Holy Childhood High Schoool and I was also a part of the Mr. Supranational campaign and was featured in a few of their interviews.
World Class Kings Magazine: Tell us about your evening wear?
I am wearing my favorite shirt complimented by a blue silver tie.
World Class Kings Magazine: What makes you stand out from all those other guys?
I know we all think that we are different from each other but the truth is we are more alike than we know. There are people out there that even look exactly like you but the one thing that I hold as my own is my name, it's unique a combination of both my mom's and Dad's, it stands out from the rest, it represents my essence, a person who was made to be more than just the norm. My quirky personality and my ability to empathize so with that I can squeeze into anyone's shoes and still be able to be me.
World Class Kings Magazine: How did it feel to hear your name as the winner?
I felt blessed and honored that I was bestowed with such a title of quality that supported my morals and values and gave me an even higher standard to uphold.
World Class Kings Magazine: What does the stole (sash) symbolize to you?
The Stole symbolizes a new journey, which I will undertake to change not only my life but others; this stole is what I will use to leave my mark on the world it is my LEGACY.
World Class Kings Magazine: What does it mean to you to be a King?
To be a king to me is to be the head of my monarch, to be righteous In my heart, mind and soul, being a king means more than just wealth it means being worthy of such a title in the eyes of the people, to be true to one's self and being able to have a mind of gold. And just like every great King, there has been, I still have a lot left to learn.
World Class Kings Magazine: Any Modeling, Film, acting or music experience you would like to share?
I remember being in front of the camera for the first time, it was the thought of fear that had me holding back, I was there all in my head thinking about what I could do instead of what I was doing but once I threw the thought of fear from my mind it resulted in some really great shots.
World Class Kings Magazine: What are your plans for 2020 as a King?
To set a standard for the upcoming kings to pursue or even thrive to make it greater.
World Class Kings Magazine: What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?
I consider my passion to be my legacy, I can attest to the fact that life won't be any fun if you don't pursue your passions to the fullest. As such I want to be that spark that sets individuals' passion ablaze.
World Class Kings Magazine would like to say thank you for this amazing interview!
Tamichael Watson Mr. Legacy International 2019, World Class Kings Magazine, Photo by Orville Spence
Interview by Derek Tokarzewski Owner/Editor in Chief Mr United Nations 2018 Platform: Women Empowerment Ambassador to International Foundation for Orphans iffocares.org
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