Thursday, September 1, 2011

Mother gets fake breasts for 4-year-old pageant queen...

Fake breasts aged FOUR? Beauty pageant mother sparks outrage by boosting her daughter's chest and bottom 

  • Maddy Jackson gets chicken fillets to emulate Dolly Parton on stage
  • New series of Toddlers and Tiaras shows excesses of pushy parents
Last updated at 4:55 PM on 1st September 2011
Enlarge Disturbing: Maddy Jackson, 4, sporting the new must-have accessory - the removable breasts for toddlers
Disturbing: Maddy Jackson, 4, sporting the new must-have accessory - the removable breasts for toddlers
Barely out of nappies, four-year-old Maddy Jackson is already on the road to womanhood.
Sporting fake C cup breasts and padding on her bottom, she is the latest shock contestant on Toddlers and Tiaras, the U.S. reality show revealing the surreal world of beauty pageants.
In an attempt to mimic her curvaceous icon, country singer Dolly Parton - who is known for her ample cleavage - the toddler is shown sporting detachable bust and butt enhancements, before performing live on stage.
With the extra padding concealed under her Barbie pink Lycra catsuit, Maddy's tiny frame is transformed into an hourglass silhouette.
Barely able to string a sentence together, many will be shocked by the images of the peroxide blonde trying to emulate the appearance of a woman in her late 20s.
When questioned on NBC's Today show, her mother Lindsay, who entered her first pageant contest when she was nine months old, defends the enhancements used by her daughter.
She tells presenter Savannah Guthrie: 'To some people, it's over the top, to us it's just what happens... It's just normal. When she wears the fake boobs and the fake butt, it's just like extra bonus.' 
But others seems less convinced and Maddy's stylist Michael Booth believes the attire is a step to far.
Interviewed backstage at the competition, where hundreds of young hopefuls battle it out to be crowned beauty queen, Michael said: 'I wasn’t a big fan of the outfit with the boobs in it. She’s very young, but hopefully the judges will perceive it in good taste.'

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