No, these moms don’t ingest inedible substances, modify their bodies or stockpile rations for the apocalypse Â or the hell of it like their category brethren. But their propensity for putting false teeth, hair and eyelashes, tons of makeup and awfully grown-up costumes worth several mortgage payments on their little bitty kids helped Toddlers & Tiaras take our “Most Extreme” crown. The series made a minor star of pageant stand-out Eden Wood, and a pop culture phenomenon of Alana Thompson â€” AKA “Honey Boo Boo Child” â€” who scored herself her own TLC series even if she never took home the Grand Supreme crown.
An all-new season of Toddlers & Tiaras begins in December.
Most Extreme Lifestyle Series â€” Winner: Toddlers & Tiaras
Channel Guide Magazine, the only monthly print and online publication dedicated to making finding what to watch on TV fast and entertaining, published the ballot for its first-annual Viewer’s Voice Awards in August 2012. Fans across the country cast their votes for the best and worst in cable TV in a variety of unusual categories.