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It’s A “Toddlers & Tiaras” Miracle: MaKenzie Is Back Tonight!

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Alana? Alana who? MaKenzie is coming back to “Toddlers & Tiaras,” Honey Boo Boo Child! Yay! Her Ni-Ni is gone, but she has a new flipper, a kitten named Prince and so many fans that her name is Tweeting on Twitter. Her ego must be the size of Alana’s mother’s double chin. I look forward to watching more of Mak being herself tonight, i.e. getting jacked on Pixie Sticks and dancing, throwing temper tantrums and verbally abusing her mother. What more could I dream of? Oh, Mack and Alana in one episode.

Introducing Alana, Our New “Toddlers & Tiaras” Muse

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Miracles happen when you mate extreme couponing with children’s beauty pageants. From the inner sanctum of a paper towel hoard in McIntyre, Georgia, emerges our latest “Toddlers & Tiaras” muse, Alana. Part drag queen, part Southern diva, this child knows what the pageants are all about — the Benjamins, Honey Boo Boo Child! She’ll holler for a dollar or break out her tummy if need be — whatever it takes to win that crown. But really it’s her special drink — her Go-Go Juice — that that’s gonna help her win. God bless Red Bull. If only we could get Alana and Makenzie together in one episode. I’d die of spirit animal happiness.

Evening Quickies: “Mob Wives” Gets New Addition Named Big Ang

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  • I haven’t seen the season premiere of “Mob Wives” season two, so nobody tell me what happens, but if it’s as amazing as this three-minute clip starring a new addition to the cast who calls herself Big Ang, it is going to be amazing. [NYmag.com
  • Rihanna’s New Year’s Eve look include a flash of her pierced nipple. Between RiRi and Rooney Mara, I smell a Frisky slideshow a-brewin’ … [The Gloss]
  • A celebrity cook-off featuring Rachael Ray/Aaron Carter on one team and Guy Fieri/Coolio on another sounds so compellingly awful that I think I have to watch it. [Huffington Post]
  • I’m obsessed with this navy blue dress for Jason Wu for Target. MUST. BUY. [T Magazine] Keep reading »

There’s Going To Be A Geeky “Jersey Shore”

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Whoa boy, there’s no end to the “Jersey Shore” scourge. The show’s producers have now cast their sights on a new breed of hyper-constructed reality: nerd reality. Their new show, “Fandom Rising” (let’s hope this is the working title), is casting for “eight strangers for a mission to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new lifestyles and relationships, to boldly go where no fanboy or fangirl has gone before.” Keep reading »

The Gals On “Jersey Shore” Don’t Portray Women In A Positive Light? Who Knew?!

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The Parents Television Council (PTC) isn’t set to release the report, “Reality of MTV: Gender Portrayals on Reality TV,” until this Wednesday, but Fox News got a sneak peak in advance and has summarized the findings. (Jezebel accurately commented that their report provides an early view of the study through “an additional layer of puritanical hysteria.”) The PTC studied one season each of the top four prime-time shows viewed by 12- to 17-year-old adolescents – ”Jersey Shore,” “16 and Pregnant,” “Teen Mom 2,” and “The Real World” – and collected a bounty of not so surprising statistics. Most prominently, it the report found that the majority of crude or negative remarks came from female cast members. Only 24 percent of the comments made by females in regards to themselves were positive, and women spoke about sex more frequently and graphically than males. Keep reading »

Reality Show Casting Agents Seek “Wonder Women” For Feminist-y Sounding Show

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Attention wonder women, the reality world is a-castin’! An agency in L.A. is seeking females in traditionally male-dominated professions that are “terrifying” or “disgusting,” like mining, installing power lines, and working in slaughterhouses, for a show called “Wonder Women.” This actually sounds like a kind of feminist show … but keep in mind  its being cast by the same gang that brought you “Jersey Shore.” (Eek.) But hey, if you “prove on a daily basis that there’s no such thing as a ‘man’s job,’” and “look good swinging that sledgehammer,” maybe it’s the show for you. Fancy yourself the next Snooki of the dirty jobs realm? Visit WonderWomanCasting.com. [DoronofirCasting]

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