You have questions about the upcoming rounds of Miss Africa 2018 Calabar auditions, we heard you! Here are some answers to your pressing questions regarding the Johannesburg All Africa and Lagos auditions.
- Research and know the pageant’s 2018 theme!
You are competing to be an ambassador for a continental beauty pageant where the standards and stakes are very high. You are encouraged to come to the auditions having done some research around the brand that you aspire to be associated with. Read more about the pageant on www.missafrica.tv as well as do your own research on how Africanism, Migration and Climate Change all relate to one another.
- Auditions are free!
It is free to audition for the third edition of the Miss Africa 2018 Calabar pageant. You will not be expected to make any form of payment to the Miss Africa Calabar Organisation on the day of the audition.
- How video auditions work
The Miss Africa Organization judging panel will on Saturday 10 November WhatsApp video or Skype call all the girls that have made it through to this second round of the selection process.
If the Miss Africa Organisation team has never contacted you since you submitted your initial registration documents, please consider your application unsuccessful and should therefore not expect a call from the team on the day.
- What to bring on the day
If you are coming to a physical audition in Johannesburg and Nigeria, come dressed in a white or black tank top, blue jeans and heels. Don’t worry about blending in; your unique sense of style will show in your accessories, hairstyle, shoe choice and makeup. You must also pack a bikini in case the Miss Africa Organization judging panel chooses you to walk in it.
- Be yourself and have fun!
The Miss Africa Organisation judging panel collectively has a wealth of experience in choosing a potential candidate for a queen. They will feel you out very quickly if you are being pretentious and fake so, bring your authentic self. If you want to really impress them, be yourself and have fun!