Mr. Tabasco 2017 Cancelled After Contestants Were Not Hot Enough


Mexico's southeastern state of Tabasco was in search of a male who was as equally hot as their sauce. Oscar Servin Leon and his modeling agency had announced an upcoming male pageant in the region that searched for men to compete. According to his agency, they were specifically in search for males who were 5'10" at minimum, single, without children and had a built body – unfortunately, they did not find the contestants they were looking for. 

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A male beauty pageant doesn't happen often, so when there were only 6 contestants who gave their best strut, it was a little disappointing for the agency. For many viewers, they were not only disappointed by the number of contestants but also disappointed by their looks. They were even quick to mock the willing contestants. 

The agency seemed to agree with its viewers and later announced 'The National Organisation of Mr. Model Mexico regrets to inform that the event Mr. Model Tabasco 2017 has been cancelled until further notice, due to [contestants] not meeting the physical requirements established for the organisation." Will sending these hopeful contestants home affect next year's pageant? We will have to stay tuned.