Eden Wood, Toddlers & Tiaras Legend, Lands Own Reality Show

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In a sign that the apocalypse really may take place in 2012, Toddlers & Tiaras standout Eden Wood has just inked a deal for her own reality show on the Logo network.

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    Eden is a pretty little girl - made glamorous for her competing in the Toddlers and Tiaras TV show. I am wondering just what can a reality show consist of with a little girl whose claim to fame is just dressing up and having people who like her. I do not watch the network she is purported to be having a show on this year so that's out for me. I am not a prejudiced person but truly would like to know what the purpose of any network wanting a little girl's real life showing on TV is.


    This mother is terrible. She exploits her child just like a pimp. So sad, she should be up on child abuse charges, not on the television screen. Terrible parenting, TLC should be ashamed.


    The mothers, fathers, which ever person is in charge, should be made to sit down when their child is on the stage. The child is supposed to be the center of attention and having it copy someone out in the audience with their dancing, shaking, prancing, etc. not only detracts from the child's appearance on stage but also looks positively foolish. If all is needed is a pretty face, hair and outfit why go to the trouble of trying to get a child to "perform".
    The people the child is with are doing the performing, if you want to call it that. If a child cannot do it's thing without copying someone in the audience then it doesn't need to do anything. Period. Watching a 2 year old "perform" is a little ludicrous when most of them have just been taught to throw a kiss or shake their little hinnies. That's not performing. Thank you.

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