Baltimore five-year-old wins state pageant title


On August 13, 2015, five-year-old Gabrielle Giles, won the prestigious title of Miss Maryland Princess 2015 for the National American Miss Pageant. She will represent Maryland in the 2015 National American Miss national pageant in Hollywood, California, to be held during Thanksgiving week 2015. In addition to winning the state title for her age division, Gabrielle also swept her division with awards in the talent and casual wear competitions.

The National American Miss (NAM) pageant is a program organized to encourage positive achievement in today’s youth. The NAM program awards scholarships to individuals based on achievement and service.

During the week of the national competition in California, Gabrielle will have the opportunity to win a national title and thousands of dollars towards her future education. She will also be able to travel the nation with the title of National American Miss Princess, should she capture the national title.

Gabrielle is excited to be involved with NAM, as awards are provided for academic achievement, volunteer service and spirit of participation.

Additional scholarships are provided for talent, modeling, public speaking and other categories.

Gabrielle’s parents and grandparents believe that this pageant system fits Gabrielle perfectly, as it allows her to develop her self-confidence and recognizes her community involvement with local senior homes and anti-bullying campaigns.

Gabrielle also has aspirations to become a triple threat Broadway star. She is well on her way, having already starred in six plays already. She is also training in dance and voice at the EYD Performing Arts School in Baltimore. Gabrielle is also a proud of client Be Victorious Pageant Prep in Baltimore, Maryland.