Have you seen the newest show on Lifetime yet? I swore I was not getting addicted to yet another reality show, for I have way too many on my DVR list at the moment. They suck me in and then that’s all she wrote.
I saw the pilot episode of Kim of Queens a few weeks ago and have become entranced with her bigger than life personality. Like my girl NeNe Leakes, Kim throws some amazing one-liners. When she gets it right in the second episode, Kim says, “I’m not trying to toot my own horn, but toot toot”. In context, the line was fabulous.
Kim is one of our country’s leading pageant gurus. Do I like pageants? No, not really, but I do not like dance revues either. Yet, I am still addicted to Dance Moms. Figures! There is just something about that whole pageant circuit that interests me from afar. It’s the “crazy” moms living their lives through their girls.
From the website:
While applying her homegrown philosophy that beauty is only skin deep, Kim, with her larger-than-life personality that is peppered with tough love and plenty of humor, searches for young talent that many might pass over on first glance. As Kim likes to say, "You can wear a burlap sack, girl; but if you got it on the inside, it shines on the outside." At the young age of 16, this former self-proclaimed "ugly duckling" was crowned the youngest Miss Georgia in the pageant's history. Kim will be the first to say that winning Miss Georgia was great, but losing Miss America made her who she is today. Now, as the owner and CEO of her business, the renowned Pageant Place, Kim shares her incredible talents and over-the-top, engaging personality with the young, talented hopefuls seeking her sage advice that has proven to take young girls to the top.
Kim of Queens airs on Tuesday nights at 10E/9C following Dance Moms on Lifetime.
I must also add that I am looking most forward to Southern Charm premiering March 3 on Bravo.
Kim of Queens, y’all!