Move over Honey Boo Boo because there is a new crop of girls in town and they have taken child beauty pageants to a whole new low! With toddler fat shaming, mom fights and private jets, Toddlers & Tiaras is back.
The much-maligned TLC show about small children competing for a crown introduces the most outrageous kids, mothers and trainers ever in a sneak peek for the new season.
Cambrie Littlefield is a straight talker when it comes to the body images of the young children she coaches to a hopeful victory.
"How glitz pageants used to be with the fake tans and the hair and the teeth? That's just baseline now," she tells the camera. "You have to be talented and you have to have a good body even when you are five years old."
She whips the unruly girls into shape, making sure they have acting classes and even collagen sprays.
"Some people think that collagen spray is crazy, but I wish when I was three years old someone had given me collagen spray so I wouldn't have to worry about wrinkles from happy eyes all day," Cambrie admits.
One mom was crying when her daughter "screwed up everything," and another group insists that the competition was "rigged."
But the best line from all comes from one disgruntled mom.
"These kids can take their titles and shove them up their a**."
Toddlers & Tiaras returns August 24 at 9 p.m. on TLC.