MISS UNIVERSE NEPAL COMES WITH PROMISING AVENUES FOR PAGEANT LOVERS IN NEPAL
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Brave, Bold, & Beautiful Pvt. Ltd, the new Nepali franchise for Miss Universe Nepal, has launched an app calling for inclusive participation of women in the pageant.
The founder of Brave, Bold & Beautiful, Nagma Shrestha, Miss Universe Nepal 2017, launched the MUN app in “The Nagmatic Show“ live on AP1 HD on October 8, Thursday.
Nagma Shrestha announced that the winner of MUN will receive a grand prize of 10 Lakhs making it the most rewarding beauty pageant in Nepal.
The MUN 2020 app has been launched on Apple iOS App and Google Play stores. Which gave the First 20 contestants their registrations are free, while the next 5,000 constants will be charged NRs. 1,000 each in Nepal and $50 ex-Nepal.
The application and registration for the pageant were announced on the live show featuring guest appearances and video contributions of all Miss Universe Nepal 2020 Ambassadors.
Ever since the registration was announced the Miss Universe Nepal App received an overwhelming 1500+ registered users and 100+ hopefuls in the application process.
The pageant is set to establish a new norm for beauty pageants in Nepal with exemplary inclusivity. Aside from being an incredibly rewarding pageant, it is carrying the torch forward for inclusive pageants on earth.
The pageant is set to set an example for diversity not just in terms of gender/sexual orientation but also in terms of height, weight, or other physical attributes. Making MUN one of its kind in the world.
In “The Nagmatic Show”, Nagma Shrestha said,” Pageantry shouldn’t be a privilege for a few people rather it should be an opportunity for many people.” The app-based preliminary round competitions include 100% voting.
Because of your overwhelming response, we have decided to extend the registration deadline to November 11th.
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