She’s back, with cornrows and curls

Honey Boo Boo is back:

As the breakout beauty queen of Toddlers and Tiaras, there’s no doubt that Alana Thompson – a.k.a Honey Boo Boo – is now a fully fledged star in her own right.

And if having A-list fans such as Johnny Depp wasn’t enough, the youngster proved her star power on Thursday as she attended her very own book signing in McLean, North Virginia.

Looking every inch the mini superstar, Alana matched her trademark curls with a cool set of cornrows, diamante studded cowboy boots, jean shorts and a bright blue and pink vest top – which appeared to be doughnut-patterned. 

And her TV show is returning:

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo returns for a second season on Wednesday, and while outside of the show Alana’s star has risen, an early clip has shown her family are still very much down to earth.

In the first episode the family are seen messing around together as they prepare to visit a local wrestling event where father Sugar Bear has been working.

‘Being backstage is awesome ’cause I can show off all my butt-kicking moves,’ Alana says before demonstrating her skills for the professional wrestlers.

‘Y’all can use it in the match to knock out people,’ she added.

 


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