Could Child Beauty Pageants Be Banned In The Usa?

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Oracles remarkable comeback from what seemed like certain defeat has closed the Kiwis lead to 8-6 and no doubt has all of New Zealand on edge. Team New Zealand has been on match point since Wednesday, only to watch Spithill and Oracles improved 72-foot catamaran sail ahead in a determined attempt to keep the oldest trophy in international sports. Oracle Team USA, owned by software tycoon Larry Ellison, has won eight races. But it was docked two points for illegally modifying boats in warmup regattas called the Americas Cup World Series, so it needs three more wins to keep the Auld Mug. The regatta would be tied if Oracle hadnt been handed the harshest penalties in the 162-year history of the Americas Cup. Besides being docked two points, Oracle wing sail trimmer Dirk de Ridder was disqualified from the regatta and replaced by 24-year-old Kyle Langford four days before the match started. Because Race 16 was delayed a half-hour due to light wind, Race 17 was postponed until Tuesday. That gives the Kiwis another day to ponder what they need to do to avoid a collapse, and gives Oracle more time to keep refining its fast cat. Races 17 and 18, if necessary, are scheduled for Tuesday. Skipper Dean Barker had Emirates Team New Zealand in the favored leeward position crossing the starting line before Spithill, an Australian, got Oracle Team USA onto its hydrofoils, with both hulls out of the water, and sped into the lead sailing across the wind in front of the Golden Gate Bridge to the first mark. Oracle increased its lead at each turning mark on the five-leg course between the Golden Gate Bridge and the Embarcadero. Oracle Team USA has won seven of the last nine races, and nine of 11 since Spithill replaced American tactician John Kostecki with Ainslie, who won four straight Olympic gold medals to go with his silver medal from 1996. Ainslie clearly has good communications with Slingsby, who won a gold medal at the London Olympics. This Americas Cup stretched into its 17th day, making it the longest in history.

Thompson recently inspired a line of merchandise, including posters, apparel and accessories. Toddlers & Tiaras alum Isabella Barrett, 7, is a reported millionaire with her own fashion line and TV show in Germany. Another breakout “star” from the show, Eden Wood, 8, had her own reality show (Eden’s World) and was the subject of the recent tell-all book, Unleashing a Momster: A Peek Behind the Curtain at the Tragic Life of America’s Most Successful Child Pageant Star, written by her former manager. The often sassy, over-the-top personalities that make for eye-catching TV have influenced local pageants, says Cartwright. “Parents think that’s how their child should behave in order to win. What they see on TV is what they want to create in their own reality.” Although child beauty pageants have been around since 1880, the last time they were the focus of such attention was following the death in 1996 of JonBenet Ramsey, a 6-year-old beauty pageant veteran, says Friedman. Back then, the world of child beauty pageants was still very much “a subculture limited to geographic pockets,” she says. In today’s wired world, however, anyone anywhere in the country inspired by watching the shows can get on the Internet and find out where to buy the best dress, get coaching on Skype and find a competition. Fans of pageants point to the poise, presence and confidence that participants (both girls and boys) gain, as well as the parent-child bonding, says Cartwright. For those who enjoy the dress-up factor for their daughters but in a less overdone setting, many turn to so-called “natural” pageants that restrict “the glitz, makeup and risque dresses,” she says. Some parents see benefit in the pageants. Anna Berry of Littleton, Colo., told that her daughter Ashley, 13, “was so shy she couldn’t even order for herself at a restaurant. After she started appearing in ‘natural’ pageants … she blossomed.” Her daughter “has developed skills and confidence that will benefit her for a lifetime …

The Voice USA Season 5 Recap: Premiere – Blind Auditions (VIDEO)

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Christina worked on losing like 40 poundsgirl is looking fierce)! I am pumped for these blind auditions onThe VoiceSeason 5 to start tonight and love this part of the show! Watch it with us during ourThe Voice USASeason 5 Recap! Doesnt it seem like it has been a long time since we sawDanielle Bradberywin Season 4 and take home the third win in a row for coachBlake Sheltonand Team Blake? Can he win four in a row or will the coaches be working together to take him down? I am curious to see what type of singers Blake will gun for this season. He was on a mission to get a country singer to winThe Voiceand it worked with Danielle, so will he add some variety to his team forThe Voice2013 Season 5? Find out in ourThe Voice USASeason 5 Recap that follows and check out the videos of all the performances! WARNING:THE VOICE USASEASON 5 SPOILERS AHEAD! The following post contains videos from tonights episode ofThe Voice2013 Season 5 Premiere Blind Auditions. Dont want to see them yet then dont look ahead!!! ***************************************************************************************** Join us tonight on Reality Rewind for ourThe Voice USASeason 5 Recap.

USA is the #1 Cable Network for an Unprecedented 29th Consecutive Quarter

USA was the #1 ad-supported cable network for the eighth third quarter in a row among P18-49 (1.12 million, +13% more than #2 TBS), P25-54 (1.16 million, +22% more than #2 TBS) and total viewers (2.97 million, +18% more than #2 DSNY) for 3Q13. USA also delivered the quarters top P18-34 audience (554,000, +3% more than #2 TBS). 3Q13 marks the 29th consecutive quarter that USA has been the #1 ad-supported cable entertainment network in total viewers. USA’s win was driven by the network’s powerful slate of originals Suits , Burn Notice , GRACELAND, Royal Pains , Covert Affairs and Necessary Roughness each averaging over 3 million total viewers, 1.5 million P25-54, 1 million P18-49 and half a million P18-34, as well as the mighty WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW and the most-watched off-net series on cable, NCIS and LAW & ORDER: Special Victims Unit . Freshman drama GRACELAND was one of the top new scripted shows on cable in P18-49 for the summer, as well as televisions top scripted series with original episodes Thursdays in P18-34. When the show aired on Thursdays at 10pm, USA was behind only ABC and NBC in all of television in delivering P18-49, P25-54 and P18-34 as well as being the most watched network on cable in total viewers. The Emmy-award nominated drama Burn Notice had USAs second most watched series finale ever (only behind MONK), among P18-49, P25-54 and total viewers. WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW continued to dominate in 3Q13 averaging over 2 million in the demos and nearly 4.5 million total viewers. NCIS and LAW & ORDER: Special Victims Unit were the top two acquired dramas in prime this summer and the only ones to deliver over 2 million total viewers ( NCIS 2.59 million / SVU 2.08 million) as well as being the #1 acquired dramas for P18-49 (649,000 / 783,000), P25-54 (775,000 / 756,000) and P18-34 (279,000 / 443,000). USAs fourth quarter brings the season five premiere of White Collar on its new night and time, Thursday, October 17 at 9/8, as well as the final six episodes of Covert Affairs season four, also on its new night and time at 10/9c. On Friday, November 1, just in time for the holidays, the reality series event IT TAKES A CHOIR premieres, hosted by the dapper and charismatic British sensation Gareth Malone. And on Sunday, December 15, a holiday treat that fans of the hit show Psych have been highly anticipating, a special two-hour Psych : THE MUSICAL. Note: Data reflect time period data with the most current combination of Live+7 (7/1-9/8), Live+3 (9/9-9/18) and Live+SD (9/19-9/21); program data are the most current combination of Live+7 (7/1-9/8) and Live+SD (9/9-9/19). Exception: Burn Notice 2nd best series finale claim LS. Follow TV by the Numbers on Twitter , Facebook , Tumblr or RSS for all the latest.

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