This is in no way okay. It’s a clip from Living Dolls: The Making of a Child Beauty Queen, in which a coach demonstrates a pageant routine for his four-year-old trainee. (Thing-full.)
I saw “Little Miss Sunshine” (now in theaters) last weekend, which centers around a child beauty pageant too. Although it’s not a perfect movie, the concluding scene (involving the talent portion of the pageant) is pretty funny.
Dude. OK, I’m a little sick now.
Thanks, Matt. That image is going to haunt my nightmares. That and Little Miss Sunshine, which was both really good and absolutely horrifying.
What, I’m the first to give you props for the post title? I laughed.
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