Angel Noble has been selected to represent the title of Mrs. Franklin in the upcoming Mrs. Tennessee® Pageant the weekend of June 28-30, 2019 in Spring Hill.
Noble moved to Tennessee in 2005 when Gaylord Opryland contracted her to be a resident artist, performing dance and acrobatics on stilts through a character known as “DiVine.” Though she still performs, Noble has now dedicated her career to advocating for vulnerable children. She and her husband, Peter Noble, are founders of an organization that provides trauma therapy to orphaned and abandoned children in Haiti. She also is passionate about working with and mentoring children in Tennessee’s foster care system. The Nobles reside in Cool Springs and are members of Church of the City in Franklin, Tennessee.
The 2019 Mrs. Tennessee® Pageant, the Official Statewide Final, will be held the weekend of June 28-30, 2019, with finals at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 30, 2019, at Spring Hill Middle School, 3501 Cleburne Rd, Spring Hill, TN 37174. The host hotel for contestants, friends, and family is the Holiday Inn Express, 3003 Longford Drive, Spring Hill, TN.
To qualify, contestants must be at least 18 years of age, married, a Tennessee resident (residency at a military base and dual-residency is accepted), and of good moral character. Contestants will be judged in 4 categories, including personal interview, beauty, fitness wear, and evening gown— each worth 25% of her total score. The additional awards given include the following: Fitness Award, Interview Award, Evening Gown Award, Director’s Award, Best Smile, Mrs. Photogenic, Mrs. Congeniality, and Top Ad Sales.
The new Mrs. Tennessee® will receive a prize package that includes a crown, sash, flowers, a cash prize, numerous gift certificates for clothing and accessories, cosmetics, stationary, publicity photographs for autograph signings, and much more.
The Mrs. Tennessee® Pageant focuses on the beauty and accomplishments of married women. Pageant judges will be looking for contestants who are not only beautiful, but articulate and well-rounded… whether their days are focused on family, career, civic duties, or a combination of all.
For more information about becoming a contestant in the 2019 pageant, email the state director, Caitlin Jadofsky, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can visit the website at www.mrstennesseepageant.com.