Santa Clarita resident, Justice Enlow, has been chosen to represent North Los Angeles in the upcoming state pageant to be held December 2-4, 2016 in Long Beach.
Justice was born and raised in Atlanta, Ga, but moved to Santa Clarita three-and-a-half years ago and fell in love with California.
She attended College of the Canyons, achieving a 4.0 GPA, for a semester before transferring to Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising where she studies merchandise product development. She is passionate about acceptance and diversity; a message that she hopes to spread as Miss California USA.
As well as being a full time student and working at Kate Spade, Justice enjoys singing, painting, drawing, calligraphy, sewing, writing, watching documentaries, photography, playing the violin and piano, and editing videos. After graduating, Justice hopes to start her own ethically sourced fashion line here in Los Angeles county.
Justice will be competing only four months after having reparative surgery on her hip, but looks forward to the challenge of healing and training for her dream job.”
Both Miss California USA and Miss California Teen USA will be held at the Terrace Theater December 2-4, 2016 with the Westin Long Beach as the host hotel.
The pageant will put on three shows (two preliminary competitions and one finals competition) that will be ticked events open to the public. Long Beach, CA was the location of the first Miss USA and Miss Universe competitions, held concurrently in 1952. Tickets for the pageant shows will be available on Ticketmaster.com.
Supporters who can not attend the show in person can watch live on Sunday, December 4, 2016 at 4 p.m. online at www.PageantVision.com to see who will be crowned and begin the year and opportunity of their dreams.
Miss Universe Organization works internationally to showcase the world’s most glamorous, poised and stunning women to provide them with an opportunity to serve as spokeswomen for various cause alliances.
Millions of viewers from around the world tune-in each year to see who will win the coveted crown and have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to serve as an icon for women across the globe. During their reign, these women are given the tools to be personally and professionally enriched through work with the organization’s valued professionals, helping to cultivate personal career goals,and a constructive voice to affect positive change in the world.
North Los Angeles in the upcoming state pageant to be held December 2-4, 2016 in Long Beach. The winner of Miss California USA will go on to compete at the national Miss USA competition which is televised live on FOX. The winner of Miss California USA will go on to compete at Miss USA.