Fake Breasts And Bottom Padding For FOUR-Year-Old Beauty Queen! - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Fake Breasts And Bottom Padding For FOUR-Year-Old Beauty Queen!

MAILONLINE.COM - The latest incarnation of Toddlers and Tiaras, TLC's look into the bizarre world of child beauty pageants, has sparked outrage and disbelief.

Wednesday night's episode featured four-year-old Maddy Jackson from Mt Juliet, Tennessee, emulating buxom country singer Dolly Parton - complete with fake breasts.

The young child is not able to read properly, can barely string sentences together and seems unclear as to who the country singer star is - yet is propelled into a surreal version of womanhood by her mother, Lindsay.

The mother-of-four, who runs two beauty salons in Uckfield and Hailsham, East Sussex, said: 'Tate has the lowest level of fake tan. It helps her feel included with Darcie. She doesn't have spray tan for cosmetic reasons.

'Darcie is a dancer and when she does shows the tan helps her under the stage lights.

'Beauty treatments help boost a childs confidence.'

Mrs Willis, who is featuring on Pushy & Proud: Pamper-Parlour Mums, on Sky Living this week, said she would not spray tan a four-year-old customer but regularly treats older children in her salons.

She said: 'The little ones come in here with their mums. Mum has done it and they want it too.

'It is better to have things done by someone who knows what they are doing. >>>CLICK HERE TO READ MORE



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