2014 Miss Bermuda: Now Accepting Contestants

December 23, 2013

The Miss Bermuda Pageant organisers are now accepting contestant applications for the 2014 Miss Bermuda Pageant, which will be held in June 2014.

Eligibility requirements are in line with those mandated by the Miss World Pageant and include being between 17-24 years old, not having children and not being married or divorced. In addition, contestants must be Bermudian by birth or status and be able to travel.

Miss Bermuda 2014 promo

Under the direction of Milika Trott-Seymour, the pageant was brought back from a long hiatus in 2011, when Jana Lynn Outerbridge won the title and represented the island at the Miss World Pageant in London.

In 2012, Rochelle Minors was crowned the new Miss Bermuda and went on to compete in the Miss World Pageant in China. Last year Katherine Arnfield won the title, and traveled to Bali to compete in the 2013 Miss World Pageant.

Young ladies can sign up directly on the Miss Bermuda Pageant Facebook page by pressing the ‘Apply Today’ tab or they can download an application from the pageant website.

Video promo for the 2014 Miss Bermuda:

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  1. watching says:

    Why doesn’t Miss Bermuda represent Bermuda at Miss Universe as well? I remember back in the day the Miss Bermudas went to both Miss Universe and Miss World. Now its just Miss World. Why can’t they represent at both?

    • .am says:

      I suspect because of the fees involved with buying into each respective franchise. It might be possible if Bermuda was more supportive as a whole towards the effort, but historically they’ve been disgustingly negative.

      • watching says:

        Oh ok…you may be right, but I think there is a segment of the community that is very supportive of the pageants. And we have an abundance of young ladies who with the right training and instruction could do well.
        I feel like the Miss Universe competition is a better fit. The Miss World one has all these different categories to gain points in but our candidates, while all attractive, don’t usually gain lots of points in the athletics, charity, and talent categories as they aren’t part of the local competition.

      • Gopher says:

        Disgustingly negative? That’s a pretty disgustingly negative thing to say. Just because people don’t agree with beauty pageants and the sexual objectification of femeninity doesn’t make them disgusting or negative.

        • .am says:

          If people don’t support something, why do they feel compelled to voice their opinion and put those participating down?

          I get that these people are bitter and have no accomplishments of their own to celebrate – but why try and take that away from others?

  2. Ringmaster says:

    The Miss Universe Pageant is owned by Donald Trump who decides who can participate. Acceptance is not a given, whereas Miss World accepts the winner of a “Miss World” pageant.

    Miss Bermuda should remain just that. It is a waste of money and time to send someone to Miss World. Use the title to improve oneself and be a role model in Bermuda.