TLC reality show ‘Toddlers & Tiaras’ is sort of a JonBenét Ramsey story meets ‘America’s Next Top Model’– taking viewers behind-the-scenes of some of the country’s most diva beauty queens just out of dampers. ‘Toddlers & Tiaras’ will have you laughing one second, and concerned the next. Like this video of a three-year-old beauty queen in the making getting prepped for a pageant. Her look, not simply glitter and innocent smiley faces, but a full sew-in weave, and makeup. Certainty not uncommon for child pageantry– loads of parents of all racial backgrounds have been spotted on the show placing clip-ins and faux ponytails on their girls. But a full-weave for a baby? Should we be concerned?

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  • ClearAsDay

    The kiddie pageants on TLC are over the top, and are borderline child abuse. The parents need to stop manipulating their children. They often claim that it builds confidence, but I don’t buy that. I would love for TLC to do a follow up on these kids, or provide counseling for the parents.

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  • This is awful on so many levels. Plus, the mom wasn’t even using the right kind of comb on the little girl’s hair. Kinky hair needs picks or very wide tooth combs. It’s so sad how some black women are so misguided about natural hair that they don’t know what to do with it smh.