About Miss Wales
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens at the final?
It’s three days long with an empowerment day, a charity ball and the grand final catwalk show. Your friends and family can attend the catwalk show and charity ball.
How many people are selected for Miss Wales every year?
We usually choose between 30-40 people to take part.
Do I need to be able to dance during the final?
No, the choreography is quite straightforward. A bit like a fashion show.
Do I have to talk on stage?
No, any questions we want to ask you will be done privately during the interview with the judges.
Do I have to be a Welsh speaker?
Do I have to wear a bikini?
No, there is no bikini round in Miss Wales.
Do I have to fundraise for charity?
No, you don’t. The fundraising part of the competition is something we encourage but it is totally optional.
What qualities are you looking for?
We’re looking for someone who looks good and has a great personality.
Do I need to be a certain height to enter?
No, there’s no height restriction at Miss Wales.
Do I need to send in professional pictures?
No, snapshots are fine as long as they are reasonably good quality.
Do I have to pay to enter?
No, it is completely free to enter the competition. However, if you are lucky enough to win a place in the grand final of Miss Wales, you will need to secure a commercial or private sponsorship. You will be given guidance on how to do this.
What happens after I submit my application?
The organisers will consider all online applications and will email a number of applicants to invite for an interview. After the interview, you will be informed if you have been shortlisted for the Miss Wales final.