Wong Su Ann Elegantly Smart

Wong Su Ann Elegantly Smart:  Those of you who think of Miss Teen USA South Carolina’s famous gaffe when the image of a ‘beauty queen’ comes up, it’s time for a paradigm shift.

Smarties are in once more, ‘cos high IQ in a pretty girl just makes a great lass even better.

Gorgeous, witty and smart, 19-year-old NUS Law student Wong Su Ann epitomizes the phrase ‘life just ain’t fair’.

If you’re curious about this year’s NUS Law Queen, sit tight as we suss out her beauty regime behind that porcelain complexion.  Continue Reading…

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Miss America Confronted Family Pain With Pageant

Miss America Confronted Family Pain With Pageant: The nation’s newest Miss America is a 23-year-old Wisconsin brunette who had long conversations with her family mulling whether or not to make her father’s jail time for mail fraud the heart of her campaign in the beauty pageant.

While her competitors pushed platforms including promoting the health benefits of milk and protecting the environment, Laura Kaeppeler (KEP’-ler) said she wants children of incarcerated adults to feel less alone, to have mentoring and as much of a relationship with their parents as possible.

“There are many of you out there — and I was one of them — but it doesn’t have to define you,” Kaeppeler told The Associated Press after winning the crown and $50,000 scholarship on Saturday night.

To win, she said beauty queens and politicians should remember they represent all Americans, sang an opera song and strutted in a white bikini and black evening gown.

Her looks, smarts and personal vocation impressed a panel of seven celebrity judges enough to give her the next year with the title. Continue Reading…

Miss Wisconsin Is The New Miss America

Miss Wisconsin Is The New Miss America: The nation’s newest Miss America is a 23-year-old Wisconsin brunette who had long conversations with her family mulling whether or not to make her father’s jail time for mail fraud the heart of her campaign in the beauty pageant.

While her competitors pushed platforms including promoting the health benefits of milk and protecting the environment, Laura Kaeppeler (KEP’-ler) said she wants children of incarcerated adults to feel less alone, to have mentoring and as much of a relationship with their parents as possible.

“There are many of you out there – and I was one of them – but it doesn’t have to define you,” Kaeppeler told The Associated Press after winning the crown and $50,000 scholarship on Saturday night. Continue Reading…