Beauty Talks with Tania Dawson, Miss Universe New Zealand 2016

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Overachiever competence be an understatement for Miss Universe New Zealand 2016 Tania Dawson.

This 24-year-old beauty finished her Bachelor of Arts, double vital in Drama and Film/Television, and Media Studies, from The University of Auckland. She also binds a connoisseur diploma in delegate teaching. Aside from operative as a delegate teacher, she has also volunteered during Variety-The Children’s Charity and has eventuality managed a fundraising conform show. Get to know some-more about this beauty.

Tell us something that many people don’t know many about you.
I know how to ‘draft sheep’, ‘tag calves’ and ‘catch pigs’, since my initial pursuit was operative with animals in a farming environment. FYI, ‘drafting sheep’ means meaningful who’s who and being means to physically apart them, ‘tagging calves’ is putting a tab on a calf’s ear
and throwing pigs, good we theory that one’s flattering obvious.

What is a biggest mistake we finished in your life and what did we do to make it right?
For 2 years we was pressured by friends and family to enter Miss Universe NZ and we pronounced no. To start off with we was in my final year during teacher’s college and we didn’t feel a timing was right.
Then in my initial year of teaching, once again we felt that a timing was ‘off’. By a third year we was overtly commencement to doubt my chances and interestingly a vigour from friends and family had lifted, it was afterwards that we knew we HAD to enter. So this was not so many ‘a mistake that we made’, though some-more a mistake that we ‘would’ have made, had we motionless not to enter in 2016. For me life is not about looking behind though some-more about relocating forward.


How would we report your nation to your associate contestants?
If we wish one word it’s Beautiful. But there is so many some-more to New Zealand than usually it’s implausible scenery. We have always been a nation of immigrants and are still to this day, therefore a race is colourful and diverse. The a one thing that binds ‘kiwis’, (that’s what we call ourselves), together is that we are ALL welcoming and friendly.

What is your beauty secret?
Skin – we usually have one and we need to demeanour after it. Make-up is good though one thing that many immature women forget to do is take it off properly.

What is a many formidable thing we did to ready for a Miss Universe pageant? Why did we do that?
This is something that so many of us find a challenge. Getting into shape. It’s something that can’t be finished overnight and there are no sorcery fixes. For me toning adult was and is all about tough work and perseverance. Finding a right programme, tutor and regime is half a battle.


Social media seem to play a vital purpose in splendour nowadays. Do we consider this is fitting to you? Why or because not?
Social media is an active partial of all of a lives in 2016 that’s a reality, by a phones it is with us 24/7. Like all it has upsides and downsides. For me Facebook and Instagram have enabled me to bond with some-more people than we ever dreamed possible. we am means to share certain messages around subjects that we feel sexually about, like preparation and also we am means to share a fun of my journey. However, we see some genuine downsides. The word role-model is over-used, people’s mistakes are magnified and mostly we listen and take note of opinions that before a appearance of amicable media we would and should have simply ignored. Social media reflects a best and misfortune in a society, bullying on amicable media is simply unsuitable as it is in real-life.

Some people consider that beauty pageants like Miss Universe are spiritless to women. Convince them that they are wrong.
First of all, we would ask those people accurately what partial they find degrading. As a competitor we don’t feel degraded in any way. My tour has been one of empowerment, improvement and a jubilee of who we am.

Miss New Zealand Tania Pauline Dawson
Miss New Zealand Tania Pauline Dawson

Who is your all-time favorite Miss Universe and why?
Pia Wurtzbach, a stream title-holder. After maybe a many unusual start to a power of any Miss Universe she has left on to uncover us that she was positively a right chairman for a job. She has brought mutation and probity to a role. Pia has demonstrated that diligence pays off, as she had entered her possess inhabitant foe a series of times before she took out a title. Whoever wins this year will have vast boots to fill.

What qualities do we feel we have that would make we a good Miss Universe?
If we was to win a pretension my thought would be to foster a thought that in life everybody needs to ‘embrace opportunity’, as that is something that we have done. We are all here for a purpose though anticipating ‘purpose’ is mostly what binds people back. As a clergyman each day we see that a ‘fear of failure’ enables an ‘inability to succeed’. Life isn’t easy and we don’t always strech your target, though if we don’t aim or try for it, you’ll be left meditative “what competence have been”. we would cite my students to demeanour behind on their lives and know that they gave it their all.

I trust that I’m a clever and focused immature woman, we listen and honour those who have something to offer me and a universe during large. My career as a clergyman exemplifies a fact that one of my biggest rewards in life is to assistance others find and afterwards realize their potential. we can usually suppose that if we were to win a pretension a opportunities presented would simply raise and rise any skills that we already have.


Lastly, a summary for all your supporters during Missosology.
Firstly to those who are ancillary me, we wish to contend appreciate you. The unrestrained and in some box racism has been a really sparkling thing to experience. we do wish to contend that for me competing during both a National and now International turn is both an honour and a joy.
As contestants we turn like family and we rise clever friendships that will exist any test. YES it’s a foe and YES there are 80 immature women who would like to win a title, though holding partial is as critical and we know that this knowledge will stay with me for a lifetime.

Special interjection to Nigel Godfrey, CEO of Miss Universe NZ, for a interview. Missosology.Org