Alana Thompson, also known as Honey Boo Boo, and her family visited a wig store during the latest episode of reality TV show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
Honey Boo Boo, 7, headed to the hilariously named Shh! It’s A Wig store with her mother June, her father Sugar Bear, and older sisters 12-year-old Lauryn “Pumpkin”, 15-year-old Jessica “Chubbs”, and 17-year-old Anna “Chickadee” in search of the perfect wig for an upcoming pageant.
Alana Thompson decides that the right wig will help her win the competition and tries on various styles.
However she is unhappy with most of them and her mother agrees that the majority look “a hot mess”.
“I look like I’m gonna rob somebody!” jokes the pint sized beauty queen as she is fitted with a wig cap.
Her mother also gets in on the wig sampling action, much to the delight of partner Sugar Bear.
“When I saw June in a blonde wig, it kinda made me a little frisky and uhh I wanted to jump some bones,” he says.
Alana Thompson, also known as Honey Boo Boo, and her family visited a wig store during the latest episode of reality TV show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo
Honey Boo Boo eventually settles on a gold sparkly wig, but mother June Thompson decides that the store’s selection are not suitable for her daughter, remarking that they look more like Halloween wigs than pageant wigs.
The Thompson family later celebrates Independence Day by having dinner together at a barque house, where Honey Boo Boo remarks that the food-loving clan are “fat”, before her father corrects her, adding: “We’re not fat, we’re pleasingly plump.”
“I want the chicken, and the barbeque and then I want the ribs,” says Alana.
“That’s three!” replies her mother, June Shannon.
“I know, but I get two sides, why can’t my sides be meat?”
The episode also showed the Thompsons driving over to the local dumpster, which they dubbed the “department store”, and sifting through the rubbish.
They excitedly reveal that they once found a surround sound with only one broken speaker at the spot.
“They should have a <<Dumpster Diva Pageant>> cos I would win,” Honey Boo Boo declares, before revealing: “All Pumpkin’s clothes comes from the dumpster.”
TLC first introduced viewers to Toddlers and Tiaras star Alana Thompson in January, where her amusing personality and self-confidence became a fixture in pop culture.
The network offered the family a spin-off series, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, an inside look into little Alana Thompson’s world.
Since premiering on August 8, the show has attracted millions of viewers and its August 29 installment attracted nearly 3 million viewers, eclipsing every network’s coverage of the Republican National Convention and Paul Ryan’s speech.
Each episode follows Honey Boo Boo and her unapologetically outrageous family.
Honey Boo Boo’s parents have been accused of child abuse, according to a new report.
Six-year-old pageant queen Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo of Toddlers & Tiaras fame, and her family, who live in rural McIntrye, Georgia, were visited by the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services in March, reported The National Enquirer.
A source told the magazine that authorities who made the unannounced visit “found reason to bring the case to court” but a “court-appointed attorney” for June Thompson, the youngster’s mother, convinced the judge to “throw it [the case] out”.
The source said investigators were called to the home as a result of June and Mike Thompson’s unorthodox, and highly-publicized, parenting methods which include feeding Alana caffeinated drinks as well as roadkill for dinner.
The family now star in their own spin-off reality series, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, which has also showed Alana Thompson go mud belly flop diving, adopt a pet pig named Glitzy, attend local food auctions with June and help her buy more than a dozen packets of chocolate milk powder, during one supermarket visit, using discount coupons.
Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo of Toddlers & Tiaras fame, and her family, who live in rural McIntrye, Georgia, were visited by the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services in March, reported The National Enquirer
The source added: “Honey Boo Boo’s upbringing raised eyebrows with neighbors.”
The initial visit by authorities is said to have occurred “shortly after filming began” on the new TLC series which premiered on August 8. It attracted 2.2 million viewers.
Although June Thompson sparked outrage back in January when she was seen on Toddlers & Tiaras feeding Alana “Go Go Juice”, a mixture of Mountain Dew and Red Bull, the authorities visited the family after catching wind of an online video that showed Alana dancing for dollars in a bar.
The video, which can still be found on YouTube, was not filmed by the network however showed Alana Thompson in a darkened room, dancing atop of table as colored lights flash around her.
June Thompson defended her daughter’s actions by explaining that Alana Thompson had been dancing in a college bar, not a sleazy one.
The “Go Go Juice” incident, which saw Alana Thompson being fed the liquid after having downed 15 bags of Pixy Stix, tubes of powdered sugar commonly referred to as “pageant crack”, attracted negative criticism of its own.
June Thompson was filmed instructing Alana to take “two big gulps” from an unlabelled bottle.
Within seconds, the change was apparent and the pageant hopeful was seen rapidly swinging her arms over her head and spinning around on the floor, exclaiming: “My Go Go juice is kicking in right now!”
Beauty pageant insiders speculate that some mothers’ “special juice” blends may even contain alcohol.
Describing how the drink made her feel, Alana Thompson said: “Go Go juice makes me laughy, and play-ey, and makes me feel like I want to pull my mommy’s hair.”
June Thompson has stolen much of the limelight away from her daughter in the new reality series.
During its debut episode, she was seen grinding up against a young man as her daughter played in a giant mud pit.
She has also been filmed taking her family to the supermarket to help her shop using discount coupons and take Alana to their local food auction, June’s favorite weekly activity, in order to bid on what appeared to be sugary donuts.
June Thompson has also admitted that she is obsessed with “couponing”, labeling it “better than sex” in a teaser for tonight’s new episode of the reality series.
The coupon queen, as she is commonly referred to, continued: “Couponing is a serious obsession. Anybody who uses coupons will tell you that it is an addiction.”