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Katllyn is getting ready and is convinced she’s winning Grand Supreme. Which means she just jinxed it. She gets onstage and tilts her head back so far it looks like it’s about to fall off her body. Also, I find it odd that one of the judges is taking so many pictures.
Katlyn’s goal is to become a “princess in a big castle.” Good luck with that. Renee says Katlyn’s hair is the best at the pageant and clearly she’s in the running for Supreme. Pizza, is my guess.
Judge Man Rene suggests smoother hair for Katlyn who “had some frizziness going on.” Tragedy, when you think of what is going on elsewhere in the world.
Circus Freak Wear! They are attempting to put Oli in her costume and she is throwing a total and complete shit fit, screaming and yelling and fighting them all the way. And that is when Delia finds out Oli’s shoes don’t fit! No way! Kids grow?
Turns out they have not tried Oli’s shoes on in a couple of months, and I’m going to have to throw out a huge “ARE YOU KIDDING ME?” to them…kids grow NON-STOP. Why wouldn’t you have checked that?
But once again, faux crisis was averted when they borrowed boots from another competitor.
Oli gets onstage and looks really cute in her costume. Dad helps her along and here’s what I can say…don’t be opening that coaching studio soon because Oli is totally lost. Oli just stands there and Dad tries to get her to do things but it doesn’t work. Also, Dad takes off her feathery collar so she thinks it’s a striptease and begins taking off other things…and she seriously seems mesmerized by the crowd. She does nothing but stand there and smile. It’s like they forgot to wind her up or something.
Judge Man Rene says Oli got too distracted when the collar was taken off and clearly she ran out of steam. That’s for damn sure. “At least she wasn’t screaming,” Delia says. Way to find the silver lining in the screw up that was your daughter’s routine.
Lauren, who for some reason is now encrusted with face glitter, tells us they decided to dress Ali like Britney Spears, because really, who is a better role model for younger girls? At least they are sticking closely to the Circus Freak theme.
Ali doesn’t want to practice before she goes onstage so you know she’s going to blow it. Also, she looks freakin’ ridiculous in that blonde wig with those dark, thick eyebrows. I know she’s too young for the non-matching carpet/drapes comment, but it’s hard to resist even a little mention.