Miss Arrielle Maloata
Miss American Samoa, Arrielle Maloata was born April 10, 1991 and her occupation is an Army Reservist.

Being the eldest and only sister of four boys in a Samoa household is my best blessing. I was born in Covina, California and I am the only daughter of Faleupolu Setu Tuilefano Maloata from Malaeloa, American Samoa and Therea Falealili Aiono from Vaitele, Samoa.

I graduated from Leone High School class of 2009 and I am a United States Army Soldier. I take great pride in my faith, family, career, morals, culture and village. I enjoy playing all sports especially volleyball and basketball. Mt favorite food is fired chicken with rice and everything else that tastes good. I live for the days I spend with my church sharing the word of God and singing his praises.

I am honored to be a part of this years Miss South Pacific Pageant and representing my country American Samoa. This is a great opportunity for me to share my culture, traditions and customs. The theme “Treasures of the Pacific” speaks volumes. We as Pacific Islands treasure our cultures, beliefs in God and people. I can only imagine the new friendships, memories and endless laughs I will have with the contests at the end of the Pageant.

In this year’s Miss South Pacific I want to be able to empower the women, share my culture and encourage the youth that living for God is cool.


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