The unusual pageant in Budapest, Hungary, is only for contestants who have enhanced their looks with cosmetic surgery.
Normally beauty competitions insist competitors can only have natural charms to take part.
But organisers of Miss Plastic 2010 have thrown the rulebook out of the window.
Judges say the standards are so high for first place it’s nip and tuck among the 22 contestants in the national rounds.
Girls can only qualify for the contest if they have received cosmetic surgery and must bring in their medical notes from the ops to prove it.
Judges will then rate them on their beauty — and a special medical panel will add extra marks once they have rated the quality of the plastic surgery.
The winner will go on to a face-off with international contestants in Miss Plastic Universe.
Contestant Timea Kertesz, 27, has had a boob job and buttock implants.
She said: “It started when I was 17 and I persuaded my mum to agree to an operation to pin back my sticking out ears.
“I suddenly discovered I was much more confident and from that moment on I have never stopped improving what nature gave me.”
Writer: Staff Reporter – The Sun
Filed Under: Cosmetic Surgery