Imagine this 4, 5 and 6 year old girls looking like miniature adults with make up, tans, big hair and Kathy Griffin in the mix. Kinda scary isn't it. I watched Kathy Griffin's show, My Life on the D-List this morning. Kathy and her mother were judging a kiddie beauty pageant. Now I'm not much on children being in beauty pageants, seeing children made up to look like miniature adults is not something that I as a parent condone. I use the words "miniature adults" lightly, hookers would probably describe that scene a little better.
Kathy Griffin was hilarious. During a segment of the show there was a little girl, maybe 6 or 7, with tons of fake hair and getting a spray tan. She proceeded to tell Kathy that "if you can't tone it tan it" and "beauty is pain". What experience would a 6 or 7 year old have with toning or experiencing pain in relations to a beauty routine? Bikini or eyebrow waxing, lol. How sad for a little girl to be thinking that way. During another segment, Kathy stated that she was scared shitless of those little bitches, referring to the girls, because she believed they would cut you. Confirming that kiddie pageants were treacherous business, the kids were out to win. She also brought a few of her Emmys to the pageant, afterall getting a trophy was the goal.
It also showed Kathy asking a group of little girls about make-up tips. They clearly didn't have a clue about make-up, which tells me these girls can't possibly be making decisions on what to wear or how to wear it, but they did know about "cupcake hands". Now for you moms who don't know, cupcake hands is a position on how to hold your hands.
Can someone explain to me how a 1 - 2 year old can be furious competition? There was a mom who believed her daughter at that age was competition. Is this a mother living through her daughter or what? Kathy advised the mother to not have cosmetic surgery on the child anytime soon. The mother responded not before she was 6. Too funny.
This was the first time that I watched Kathy Griffin's show, it was great for few laughs this morning. I may tune in again.