The show that has everyone talking is back with a brand new series. Toddlers and Tiaras delves into the bizarre and controversial world of child beauty pageants. Following the pageant circuit across America, young girls are paraded around wearing makeup, false eyelashes, spray tans, fake hair and high heels to be judged on their beauty, personality and costume. But the real intrigue of this series lies with the pushy parents who are desperately on the quest for big titles and lots of cash. In the weeks leading up to the pageant the preparation is intense, with nail and hair appointments, finishing touches on gowns and numerous coaching and rehearsal sessions. When pageant day finally approaches, all of the hard work is put to the judges and the drama intensifies as each parent is determined to prove that their child is the most talented and beautiful.
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