Snausage is sitting in a chair while the makeup/hair person is trying to put eyeshadow on her and she’s having none of it! She keeps wiggling around and hiding her face. So they get a little bit of frosty green eyeshadow and trampy hot pink lipstick and call it a day. Even Milkbone treats do nothing to get her to play nice.
You know as well as I do someone out there has an Aunt Edna who looks just like this.
Coochie tells us that Faithlyn woke up and said, “I’m not nervous and I’m ready to get this shit done.” Klassy all the way around. Then Coochie turns on the total bossy mcsaucy and is all over the hair and makeup person about Faithlyn. She doesn’t want the dark face makeup but she wants really ugly eye makeup. It seriously makes Faithlyn look like Droopy.
If this is Coach Cooch’s idea of beauty, ask for your money back…you look drunk.
The hair/makeup person looks familiar (pageant mom from another episode?) and tells Coochie that she doesn’t like the way the makeup looks. Coochie gets all bitchy and says, “Well, this is how I want MY GIRL. So needless to say, YOU ARE going to do this girl LIKE THAT.” First of all, I would have smashed her Lurch face in, second, why doesn’t she just do it herself if she’s such an expert? An expert bitch. You know the worst part? She’ll probably get into a company and get promoted for getting stuff done just because she finds people she can boss around because they need the job. HATE.
So you’re a bitch AND you have no clue…great combo, Coach!
“I’m not paying you to do it how you want,” Coochie says. God, someone smash her face in now. AND, my guess is hair and makeup is being paid by Faithlyn’s parents. I doubt this skanky ho-bag nasty white trash Coaching Cooch is spending ANY of her own money. I would love to know from any pageant insiders if this toolshed gets fired after this.
Coochie reiterates that she doesn’t care what the hair/makeup people want since SHE’S paying for it. “I don’t want her to look like a clown,” Cooch says. Too late. Oh, and YOU look like an ASS CLOWN.
Mackenzie is so funny, saying she’s ready to go to the pageant, “Sparkle, sparkle!” Mom is worried the pageant is big and Mackenzie might not be ready for it. Naw…she’s adorable!
Seriously, she is so cute!
Mackenzie sings a little song about how much she loves to do pageants, and it ends with, “And if I don’t win, it means it was just the other girl’s turn.” Awwww. She is so much the anti-Coach Cooch, isn’t she? What a sweetheart. Sing away, little Phoebe Pompeo, sing away.
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