Two Southside Beauty Queens Represent Texas at National Pageant

Texas represent! And, that’s exactly what these two beauty queens from the Southside of San Antonio did at the nationally recognized Miss Plus America Pageant competition in Louisville, Kentucky.

Janeskha Solis, Miss Texas Plus America 2021 – 2022 chose to represent H-E-B partners for her state costume category at the Miss Plus America Pageant.

“Our H-E-B partners have literally been our saving grace & unspoken hero’s of these crazy times we’ve been living in. If it weren’t for these partners, we wouldn’t have what we need to survive day in and day out. I’m here to tell y’all that we see you, we appreciate you & today I represent Texas, in Louisville, KY! No store does more, I love you H-E-B”, states Solis on one of her social media post.  Images courtesy of Janeskha Solis.

Melissa Torres, Mrs. Texas Plus America 2021 -2022 also paid tribute to her favorite icon for her talent performance look, Tejano legend Selena Quintanilla-Perez. Torres also performed the Selena song “No me queda más”.  “My optionals performance! Due to technical difficulties, my music faded in and out and I lost the timing. I’m still super proud of this performance! ANYTHING FOR SELENAS”, Melissa shares. You can also view her performance on her TikTok page. Images courtesy of Melissa Torres. 

Bring home the crown, ladies! Your Southside San Antonio familia is rooting for you!

The Miss Plus America pageant is a  Christian organization, committed to the plus size woman. They believe that all women are beautiful, inside and out and deserve a chance to promote those causes closest to her heart with a title worthy of her representation. The Miss Plus America™ Pageant System is an organization devoted to celebrating the essence of the full-figured woman and giving her an avenue in which to pursue recognition for those causes.

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