Christina Nicholson has been involved in pageantry since she was 8 years old. She started with Miss American Coed system and eventually won a state title when she was 13! She has coached, judged, and been a contestant for nearly 13 years now.
Christina tells us that her most memorable title was Miss Fredericksburg Fair 2010.
“It taught me that perseverance, God’s timing, and dedication can accomplish anything. When winning a pageant, your shiny hat-the crown you wear, is your microphone. People recognize you for that title, but I want people to recognize me as Christina Nicholson the girl that made a positive impact on their life and encouraged them to never give up and chase their dreams. It's all about leaving behind a legacy. Life is too short to not be remembered for the good you've done on earth. I compete with the mindset of making a difference in the world. I hope to encourage and impact elementary, middle, and high school students to live healthier. I hope to be a role model for as many young ladies as I possibly can as well. I hope to make a difference in someone's life, and be the strength for a sick child in a hospital. I hope to hug an elderly person, feed the homeless, and be involved in my community as much as possible. Helping others makes me the happiest."
Christina is currently focused on Miss America because she loves the entire organization. The four points of the crown mean "Style, Service, Success, and Scholarship."
Christina is so beautiful, on the inside and out. She is a loving, passionate, talented, and admirable woman who GoGo Gorgeous has had the pleasure of working with for her photoshoot with Rick Myers.
Here’s Christina!! Love her!!
Christina's advice to upcoming pageant girls…
"To all girls who wish to ever compete in pageantry or are too scared to try: chase your dreams, be fearless, and show your courage to the world. Be a leader, not a follower, and always remember why you are competing. It's for the service of the world, think of yourself as a servant giving the love in your heart to as many people as you come in contact with. That's what pageantry is about."