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The 2012 Celebrity Apocalypse

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Honey Boo Boo – this spunky, pint size beauty queen wannabe was the break out star of Toddlers & Tiaras thanks to her diet of “Go Go Juice” – a combination of energy drinks and soft drinks and “pageant crack” – powdered sugar in tubes, made her go all “laughy and play-ey and makes me feel like I want to pull my Mommy’s hair.”

Honey Boo Boo – this spunky, pint size beauty queen wannabe was the break out star of Toddlers & Tiaras thanks to her diet of “Go Go Juice” – a combination of energy drinks and soft drinks and “pageant crack” – powdered sugar in tubes, made her go all “laughy and play-ey and makes me feel like I want to pull my Mommy’s hair.”

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