Laura wants Amiya to practice her beauty walk, but instead she hides behind her sunglasses, then physically behind a chair where she whines a lot. Then she interviews that she dances and rocks the stage. Then she does a quick arm movement. And…scene.
I’m not really feeling that whole practice vibe.
Tori and Ali are getting a new pageant dress and they pop a beautiful and I bet EXPENSIVE dress out of the delivery box and Tori hates it.
“Being Tori’s mother can be exhausting,” Ali says. I bet being your husband does too. Turns out little Tori is a control freak and “it’s very tiring.” Wonder where she gets it. “Everyone thinks it’s so funny, but they don’t live with it.” You know YOU don’t have to live with it either, right? Because I think it’s in the Mom Manual that you can actually train your kids. It’s like the Dog Whisperer but with better choke chains.
Tori’s voice comes from behind a door where she is whining and crying about the outfit. Laura says the dress is gorgeous but Tori doesn’t like it. The door opens and the dress is pretty but I never like those additional lacy arm things…ick. Then Ali says, “At this point, we have to do what we have to do.” Which, what? What do you have to do?
You don’t like a super-expensive dress, it’s not like you’ve been forced into child prostitution in Thailand. Yet.
Back in Center, Jasmine says sometimes she likes practicing and sometimes she doesn’t. Wow. Deep. She begins practicing for Outfit of Choice (I’m guessing Big Bitch?) and she’s okay but not very sharp. Denetra tells her to make her moves bigger and better. And Jasmine just gets tired.
Jasmine says that’s her aunt – always telling her what she did wrong. Jasmine says, “I see those lips moving but I ain’t hearing nothing.” Hope some bully has her on a list.
Amiya is getting acrylics put on her little tiny baby nails and the tech really doesn’t want to do it. Laura says it’s what the judges want and I doubt that…just make them polished and free of boogers. If possible.
Actually, those will really help you dig deep for boogers now.
Ah, yes, back with Ugly is Cheap, Ali is practicing with Tori and keeping with the Mardi Gras theme, they are doing a Michael Jackson routine. I must have missed when he was grand marshall. Seriously, what is it with parents and Michael Jackson routines? Yeesh.
Them uglies ain’t gonna win against my Tori, duh.
However, Tori’s dad Michael gets major props for her motorized float – it actually has a pedal on it she can push to get the float to move forward. It’s really cool. Tori jumps off the float and does her dance pretty well.