Wednesday, January 26

What Happened To The Stars Of Kid Beauty Pageants

Have you ever watched a kids pageant show? It’s
as weird as it sounds. Literal toddlers are dressed up to the nines,
with massive elaborate hairdos and super over the top makeup looks,
and are made to compete in a beauty pageant. Why? For what? Who are
the parents who think it’s a good idea? Who are the judges and how
do they sleep at night breaking all those kids’ hearts? And most
interestingly, what happens to the kids who compete in these? Do they
grow up fine or are they scarred for life? Let’s take a look at
some famous beauty pageant kids and what their life looks like years

Alana Thompson a.k.a. Honey Boo-Boo

Who hasn’t
heard of Honey Boo Boo? I mean that little girl literally went viral.
There were so many videos of her and she kind of became a meme. She
was this little girl with so much personality, but her whole family
was weird. These days, she’s not doing any beauty pageant, but that
fame led to a whole bunch of reality TV show spinoffs for her entire
family and she’s still doing them now.

MaKenzie Myers

MaKenzie took
part in the children’s beauty pageant show called Toddlers
and Tiaras
, you might’ve heard of
it. She has had small roles on a few other shows since. It was quite
entertaining. But then she has actually completely quit her beauty
pageant career and just enjoyed the rest of her childhood without the
added stress. She still keeps up with social media and she did a
reunion photoshoot with other kids who were on the beauty pageant,
which made it look like she might enjoy a modelling career at some

Eden Wood

Eden was super
popular as a pageant kid and since then she’s become an actress and
a tv personality thanks to reality TV. She also got the role of Darla
in The Little Rascals Save the Day and did a great job on that. She
also does some modelling, she walked the runways during fashion week,
and she even came back to be a judge on Toddlers
and Tiaras

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