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A lighthearted all female non-murder beauty pageant mystery party for kids ages 7+ in a Miss Teen USA beauty pageant setting. 8 required guests, 1 adult host character as the pageant director and 2 optional guests. A great choice as a fun beauty pageant mystery party with optional games and activities included. The adult/teen hostess is built into the game to help facilitate the beauty pageant. The game concludes with an exciting hunt for the crown diamond!
Talented beauties from around the nation gathered to compete for the honorary title of Miss Teen United States. The reigning Miss New York was rumored to be the 'one to beat' with the smashing comedy routine she prepared for the talent competition. When the contestants arrived on the scene at the pageant, excitement filled the air! The girls kicked off the competition with an elegant evening gown modeling challenge. The contestants showed off their modeling skills as they displayed their stunning evening gowns to the judges. They each took turns answering an intriguing interview question given by the pageant director, Ms. Victoria Morningstar. Then, the beautiful contestants competed in the high-spirited talent competition. The audience loved how the contestants performed unique talent routines. All was perfect at the pageant until the crown diamond was discovered missing! The contestants rallied together to figure out who the diamond thief was before the crown...and the pageant was ruined forever!
|Minimum age:||7 years|
|Maximum age:||10 years|
|Number of players:||8-10 players plus 1 adult pageant host|
|Available expansion pack:||5 players|
|Gender of players:||Female|
I just facilitated The Case Of The Missing Crown Diamond for my ten year old daughter's birthday last weekend! It was a huge success. If I were to do it over, I would probably save myself money and order the downloadable version instead of the paper kit. The invitations that came were a disappointment. I thought they would be more feminine looking given the theme. Jen on Oct 3rd 2017