Dirty Water Media’s Julia Scaparotti Crowned Miss Massachusetts USA!
During one of the year’s most exciting events, a regional panel of judges crowned 25 year old, Julia Scaparotti, of Medford, MA, MISS MASSACHUSETTS USA and 16 year old Caitlyn Martin, from Swansea, Miss MASSACHUSETTS TEEN USA.
The competition, which was held at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium was one of the year’s most anticipated events. “After many years of working in the pageant industry, I feel confident that both young women will be great representative’s of the state of Massachusetts,” said Laurie Clemente, Executive Director. “I know they will make us proud as they go on to compete for the title of Miss Teen USA next summer and the LIVE Miss USA Telecast this spring on FOX.
Miss Massachusetts USA Julia Scaparotti has been making us proud here at Dirty Water Media for more than a year now as she has hosted numerous shows and served as the host of The Boston Bash List in partnership with BostonHerald.com. Julia is hosting this weekend’s all new show with New England Patriots Wide Receiver Chris Hogan who partnered with Dirty Water Media for a Football Frenzy themed show from The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub in Foxboro recently. That show will air this weekend on NESN, Saturday and Sunday nights at 11:30pm.
Throughout the Miss Massachusetts USA pageant event, the delegates competed in “runway”, a choreographed evening gown competition; “fitness/swimsuit”, a high fashion styled competition showcasing physical fitness and health and “interview”. The three segments were judged on a scale of one to ten and averaged to get an overall score and determine the finalists. Eventually the field was narrowed down to the “Top Five” before the climatic crowning. The first runner up that evening was also someone very important to the Dirty Water Media family. Amanda Soucy has been reporting and hosting with Dirty Water Media for the past year and we were very proud to also see her shine on stage.
The state titleholders will receive a prize package including cash, college scholarships, wardrobe, travel opportunities and more that exceeds over $100,000.