'Toddlers & Tiaras' Mom Drops F-Bombs On The Show — Is That Too Much?

Fri, December 16, 2011 12:33pm EST by 2 Comments

One of the worst meltdowns EVER happened on ‘Toddlers & Tiaras’ — but it was the mom throwing the tantrum, not the kid!

On the Dec. 15 episode of TLC’s controversial Toddlers & Tiaras, a super-competitive mom, Kelly, had a breakdown after her daughter Natalie got second place. She stormed out of the room in a huff, ditched the crown, threw bags to the ground and, worse, dropped several F-bombs! Her hissy fit was WAY too over-the-top, don’t you think?

Kelly’s rage was triggered when Natalie was awarded the “Princess” crown — second place, in other words — in the age 0-23 months division. While most girls would love to be called a princess, Kelly was not pleased. “‘Princess’ means that you are a loser,” she huffed.

As another girl was crowned “Queen,” Kelly lost her cool. “This is a f***ing joke!” she raged as she stormed out. In the lobby, her tantrum continued by throwing things, cursing and causing a huge scene.

We know these moms are out to win, but seriously?!? Cursing in front of kids and being a bigger sore loser than the pageant girls is too much. What do YOU think?

-Anna Moeslein

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Mark D

Posted at 10:28 PM on February 16, 2012  

Actually, in pageant-speak, “princess” is equivalent to “participant.” It is not equal to second place. Heck, even “queen” does not mean winner.

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Posted at 1:36 PM on December 16, 2011  

Of course it is. If the parents have no control over their behavior expect the child to act the same way. All these reality shows exploit bad behavior w/rewards instead of punishment yet people are stunned when this sort of conduct happens in real life.

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