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Toddlers & Tiaras 8 Seasons 2012

Season 4
3.1 out of 5 stars (47) IMDb 1.8/10

The race is on for the top title and the biggest crown. Enter a world of Beauty pageants full of gorgeous glitzy girls from all over the country. With the competitions getting tougher each year, watch as these little divas duke it out for the ultimate prize.

Starring:
MaKenzie Myers, Dawn Rochelle

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1. Universal Royalty: The Ultimate Showdown

It's on for the fan-favorite Universal Royalty Pageant. This 80's themed Texas pageant is going to be the Ultimate Showdown between the two most famous girls to hit the pageant stage: MaKenzie and Eden.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 15, 2011
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2. Halloween Bash

The competition is scary for Pentecostal mom Ca'Trina and daughter Saryniti at the Halloween Bash in Oklahoma City.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 22, 2011
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3. Circle City Stars and Cars

Underdog Alaska, 7, turns it on in the final heat, but is it enough to win the race to Ultimate Grand Supreme?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 29, 2011
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4. Southern Celebrity Mini Nationals

Pageant prince Brock, 7 steals the show at the Southern Celebrity Mini National Pageant with his jazz and gymnastics.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 6, 2011
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5. Universal Royalty Grand Nationals

A stunning $10,000 prize is up for grabs at Universal Royalty Grand Nationals and everyone from toddler to teen wants it!

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 13, 2011
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6. Rock Star Divas and Dolls

The competition burns up the stage at Rock Star Diva and Dolls, but it's the offstage antics of Olivia that wow the crowd!

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 20, 2011
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7. Miss Sugarplum Fairy

Sisters Karley and Kylie compete against each other for the first time ever in the Miss Sugarplum Fairy pageant.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 27, 2011
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8. Glamorous Beauties

Beauty is in the eye of the judges at Glamorous Beauties for three gorgeous contestants: Ally, Emerald and Baylen.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 3, 2011
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9. Rumble In The Jungle

Pageant superstar and recording artist Eden defends her title at the Rumble in the Jungle in Louisville, Kentucky.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 10, 2011
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10. Gold Coast Las Vegas

Las Vegas native showgirl in training Desiree, is serious about claiming her hometown title, Kayla may only be three, but has the stage presence of a pageant pro. Kailia, has performing in her blood, as her Vegas performer parents groom her to be a star.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 24, 2011
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11. Hearts and Crowns

Maddy follows in her mom's glitz pageant footsteps, and even competes in her mom's padded Dolly Parton outfit! 10-year-old Queen teaches her mom the do's and don'ts of high glitz. Madison, keeps her mom on her toes with her unpredictable behavior.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 31, 2011
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12. Precious Moments Pageant

These pageant dads are truly unforgettable! Chloe is a daddy's girl and refuses to practice with mom. Victoria has her costumes custom designed by her own pageant dad while Brystol gets her competitive drive from her race-car driving father.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 7, 2011

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13. International Fresh Faces Missouri

The rivalry is ON in Missouri as pageant pros Sydney and Maddison go head to head for the Ultimate Grand Supreme! Still learning the details is Paige, but has the charm of her sweet personality and quirky smile.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 14, 2011
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14. Storybook Pageant

At the Storybook Pageant Berkeley, 4 has her routines down, but the morning of the pageant wakes up sick. Alessondra 9, rocks her 80's hair-do and long dress. Carley, 5, and her bestfriend/mom strive for perfection.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 21, 2011
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15. Southern Celebrity Glitzmas

Siblings Riley, 5 and Bob, 6, steal the show at Southern Celebrity Glitzmas pageant with their "fierce" drag queen moves!

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: December 7, 2011
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16. Island of Dreams Pageant

Cadence, 8, has a secret weapon: her sass-talking Pageant Grandma. Two year-old Samara's mom is a tattooed, heavy metal singer. Pageant mom Kelly throws a full glitz fit when she thinks her daughter Natalie, 2 ,has lost the pageant.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: December 14, 2011
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17. America's Ultimate Beauty

SamiJo, 2, Alexes, 3, and Annabella, 7 pull out all the stops in their American Wear to be America's Ultimate Beauty.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: December 21, 2011
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18. Crown Beauties

It may be cold outside, but things are heating up in Hot Springs, Arkansas! Three girls and their coach moms from Perfection Studios face off: Adorable Penny Lane, 3, perfectionist Cassadee, 9, and wild child Torrann, 7.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: December 28, 2011
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19. Precious Moments Pageant 2011

Underdog Alana, 6, goes up against gum-smacking Heaven, 6, and chocolate lover Laci, 8, pulls out all the stops to get the judges' attention.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 4, 2012

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20. Lollipops and Gumdrops Pageant

Pageant star MaKenzie faces squabbling sisters Kaylie and Brooke, as well as Hailey, who is trained by a professional drag queen.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 11, 2012
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21. Universal Royalty Hollywood

With $10,000 at stake at the Old Hollywood-themed pageant, tempers run high, and conspiracy theories abound with pageant moms. Mia, 5, Isys, 6, and Saliz, 7 are determined to win Ultimate Grand Supreme..

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 18, 2012
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22. Glitzy Divas

Ever Rose and Adriana diet to compete against big winner Madi at the Glitzy Divas pageant in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 25, 2012
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I gave this two stars simply because watching the pageant moms and dads never fail to make me emote. While most of that emotion is revulsion and horror, I do enjoy making fun of them.

I live in the South. Beauty pageants are as sacred to some as Nascar is to others. While Nascar drivers are putting their lives in danger by driving in circles, so too are these young girls put in danger (especially their self esteem) from dancing in circles usually reserved for adults. Tiny tots are waxed, shaved, tanned, given false teeth, forced to wear fake hair, and stuff themselves into dresses that could NEVER be considered comfortable. They have to sit still for manis and pedis. They are told not to run and play, lest they mess up the illusion that they are seasoned pros in an adult world.

I've seen children browbeaten into practicing 'pretty feet' and dance routines daily that are both obnoxious, tiring, and include garish costumes that leave little the imagination. And the mothers can often be seen living vicariously by performing the routines behind the judges' table. In all the episodes I have seen (which, let's face it, is most of them because I just love mocking and snarking), little girls are often left in tears.

Why do that to your child? What will they gain from pageants that they won't gain from gymnastics, soccer, reading, or just being kids? Instead of buying dresses that cost thousands, how about donating to charity or putting your extra money into a college fund? THAT would be something to instill in your child instead of how high her hair can be teased.

Childhood is so short. There are much better ways to teach a child self discipline that also include self respect. You will never find any of that by gazing into a mirror and measuring your self worth by whether or not your beauty is the only thing you have to offer the world.
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I work with children in the performing arts, so the pageants themselves don't bother me. It is the nasty mothers that get on my nerves and some of the mini-divas they are creating. The moms seem to living through their children, and many are just obnoxious about it. The pageants should mean alot to the kids. They shouldn't be forced into doing them or punished for not performing well. Young children get tired and whiny after a long, which is normal. Filling them full of caffeine and sugar isn't healthy. I encourage all my students to be humble and not to get too "full of themselves." A few of the children really seem to want to be there, and they should be able to feel good about themselves whether or not they win a title. Also, the way this show is set up is super predictable. It is almost the same plot every episode. I wouldn't recommend this show unless you are really bored and want some very mindless entertainment.
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I love watching these, and like that I can buy them individually. I don't always want to watch all of them in a season, and it's often cheaper to buy them individually. Anyway, I'm watching Sugar Plum Fairy, and just had to comment on Logan. This girl obviously doesn't want to do this. It's hard to watch her being taken to a nail salon at 2 years old, and watching her run toward the door. I'm not even a kids-person myself. I have a doll that I like to dress up and "spoil." If I'd had children, I don't think I could put a child through a pageant unless she approached me about it, asking to do it. At least the other 2-year-old, Paisley, really seems to like it, but I still think that's too young.
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I enjoy watching these episodes. The kids have personalities of their own and for the most part, the viewer is rooting for them to develop poise and self-confidence as they do their pageant routines. Some of the parents are absolutely nuts, like the woman who takes her kid to be spray-tanned at the auto body shop by the auto body car painter. I plan to watch all the first four seasons which at this time are available for free with Amazon Prime for downloading to Kindle Fire or laptop. Yes the pageant world is a controversial topic but the filming of these shows for TV gives everyone the chance to see what pageants are all about so you can make your own decision about them.
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Never thought I would like this show but if you need something just to get your mind off problems of the world and you don't have to think about anything then this is the show for you. I didn't think I ever would like it but I got hooked on it.
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I think the producers have done well with the actual production of this show. My problem is not with the show itself (that is done tastefully and professionally). The issue is the topic of the child beauty pageants in general. The things some of these mothers do to their kids to prepare them for the upcoming event and the way they attempt to justify it makes me sick. There have been a few episodes where the mothers have been so terrible that if I had been the producer I would have called CPS on the parent. Other than that, the show itself is done well.
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Call me shallow but I like babies. I like to see crazy moms and grand moms . This is very light watching. No Anthony Trolllope but a fun bit of semi child abuse with moms sticking eyelashes and hairpieces on little girls who sometimes rebell by behaving badly. These children usually perform ala STEPFORD WIVES and make Mommy proud to spend thousands of dollars to win a crown and sash that are too big and tacky. Enjoy
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