This is Gialloreto’s second year of competing in the pageant, finishing as third runner up last year. Representing Miss South Shore, Gialloreto said during an interview, that she considers herself a “shlocal” to the shore area because she’s not a shoobie and yet not a local. Her grandparents own a home in Wildwood Crest and she has spent her summers there.
Gialloreto, who is a student at Loyola University, has “Don’t Get Nutty: Food Allergy Awareness” as her pageant platform. She said her brother has food allergies. Her talent is dance.