Former beauty queen and ex-Las Vegas model Brittany Mason runs Miss Universe Ireland pageant

04 Jun 2017 | Angelopedia

The hottest of all, former Las Vegas model and The Palms swimsuit contest winner is now the director of The Miss Universe Ireland pageant. Mason moved to Las Vegas from Indiana in 2008 after her win at Miss Indiana USA and the attainment of seventh place in The Miss USA pageant.


Former beauty queen and ex-Las Vegas model Brittany Mason runs Miss Universe Ireland pageant


The beauty has now become a renowned International model from her new home base in Dublin and Ireland and has been featured on the covers of magazines together with Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Vogue and GQ. The stunner grew up in Anderson, Indiana. She said, “Our family had very little money, so I grew up with a lot of my clothes and food coming from local church donations. I had to go door-to-door for donations in order to compete. I converted a used bridesmaid dress with rhinestones I sewed on to enter.”

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“I wanted to create a very different life for myself then back on the farm in Indiana. I wanted to travel the world. I set goals and dreams that seemed so far-fetched and out of reach that I seemed crazy to the people in my hometown,” she added.

Brittany finished as first runner-up representing the USA in “Top Model of the World” in Germany. “That changed my life. I am very proud of the journey I have made. It took me a long time to realize that the process is what it’s all about.” She said. She now runs a campaign named “I Am Possible” and found herself based in Dublin as a globetrotting top European model.

She explained, “Unfortunately, Ireland has not always had a presence at Miss Universe, and when they do, the young lady has only had four to six days to prepare for Miss Universe. Outrageous, right?! Ireland is a small country with a population of 4 million.

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“But for a small island, Ireland has had a huge influence on the world. I am 59 percent Irish, and after living here for a year and I half, I have seen the talent. I believe in this country, and I want to help them be properly represented on the international stage year after year.”

“Right now my main focus is developing and rebranding Miss Universe Ireland. I am creating an entirely new structure, foundation, and perspective of the brand. I hope that within 10 years, I will have helped bring home the first Miss Universe crown for Ireland!” she ended.

So much of dedication and love can surely offer the lady the taste of success. We wish her all the best for her upcoming projects.