- TMZ, The National Enquirer and other gossip magazines need to stop talking about Honey Boo Boo. Now that it’s been cancelled, it’s time to stop giving them publicity
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Daily Commentary – Tuesday, October 28, 2014 – TLC Finally Cancels “Here comes Honey Boo Boo” After Two Years
- After it became known that Mama June was dating a convicted child molester who recently got out of jail
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Wow, here’s the all important endorsement that both Presidential candidates were after. Honey Boo Boo child endorses Barack Obama. Now there is something to be proud of. I am certain that we shall see a bump in the polls after this ringing endorsement.
In further dubious celebrity endorsement news, Honey Boo Boo has endorsed Obama. Mitt Romney gets H. Ross Perot and Obama gets Honey Boo Boo, nuff said.
If you don’t know who Honey Boo Boo is, you have led a uniquely charmed life and you need to go back to it, posthaste. And take me with you.
But for the rest of us, this seems only logical.
Because there is no subject sufficiently serious that we can go without hearing from Honey Boo Boo on it. Gay rights? Check. The merits of pigs as pets? Check. The election? Check.
More from the LA Times.
Alana Thompson, the pint-sized star of “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” expressed her support for the incumbent president — or, as she called him, “Marack Obama”.
To be fair, Alana didn’t exactly volunteer her opinion; it took considerable prompting from Kimmel to get the aspiring beauty queen, who was joined by her mother, June Shannon, to weigh in on the election. Sensing that his young guest was getting bored with the conversation the grown-ups were having (sample topics: coupons, the fleeting nature of reality stardom), Kimmel decided to shift the focus back to Alana.
Kimmel made a futile attempt at a follow-up question — “Is there any way that Mitt Romney can win your vote back?” — but by then Alana had moved on to making faces at herself in a camera off stage. (Evidently her attention span is only slightly shorter than that of the average American voter.)