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And Season 6 looks to be just as blindingly sparkly as the last five, with loads of your favorites teaming up with a whole new batch of cray cray. Hand it over. Not even close. And you know I also love me some cray cray. The cray cray-er the better, actually. But what Annette lacks in wide eyed hyper-enthusiasm and inappropriate lollipop licking …you do remember the episode with that blonde director going to town on that fine piece of sugar, right?
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The gay dad on Toddlers & Tiaras? — The Bump
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The gay dad on Toddlers & Tiaras...?
Some of the episodes' most clip-able moments have come from fathers who seem to be more invested in pageantry than their wives or daughters. The thing is, the relationship between these parents and their children is usually warm and affectionate. Even when the kids and parents fight—in one episode, a little girl asked her Mommy if she could tell her a secret, then leaned in and whispered "I hate you"—you get the sense that they are fighting because they know one another. That little girl hates her mother for a reason. Throughout the episode, fair, red-headed Hailey interacted with the burnt sienna, frosted tipped man who introduced himself as her "father" in the manner of a child who has had to be dropped off at the home of a strange neighbor, due to an unforeseen family emergency.
I'm posted last night wondering if the woman knew her husband was gay. She's clearly in denial. When he came on last night I about fell over That was my first time watching that show, is every week that entertaining? Speaking of, I had a friend in college, clearly gay and ohhh the things and men he has done