ARE TODDLERS & TIARAS KIDS DOPED?
“Toddlers and Tiaras” viewers sickened by startling revelation about special ingredient in kiddie contestant drink as pageant mom reveals all in a no-holds-barred confession on how crazed pageant moms prep to children ready for the stage.
June Holler and her six-year-old daughter Alana Holler from McIntyre, Georgia, sat down on air and June dished the dirt
June, a self-proclaimed "Coupon Queen" told producers she has tried various products to excite her daughter whjo I seemingly bored with the idea of beauty paegants.
She admitted giving her with Pixie Stix - tubes of powdered sugar sometime referred to as “pageant crack” but Holler also said an unidentified 'special juice' is her new secret weapon.
“We had tried Pixie Stix... We went through fifteen bags at one pageant, and it just don't do anything for her,”' June said.
With the sugared taste treat failing to boost the six year old’s energy levels, stage mum June last resort was to whip up her own liquid concoction.
“A lot of pageant moms and people know what the "special juice" is - everybody has their different concoctions, "special juice" is to help her energize her.
“A lot of moms say, 'Oh, well you’re doping up your child', well hey, no I’m not. I’m not hurting her," she claimed.
“She just drinks it for pageants, to give her that extra "oomph". So, whatever works for your child, use it.”