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Saturday, 13 October 2012

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A trophy that Honey Boo Boo recently won for having the cutest Southern accent. (Photo by "Pumpkin" Shannon).

HOLLYWOOD - The star of TLCs Here Comes Honey Boo, Alana Thompson recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

The little seven-year-old in four-inch heels demonstrated to Ellen the way that she walks during her beauty pageant competitions.

Ellen, 54, asked her if she plans to continue entering beauty contests or if she wants to do something else with a little more substance.

Honey Boo Boo giggled and told DeGeneres that she sounds a lot like her grandmother Granny Velveeta.

The little blonde school girl then told Ellen that she hasn't really thought about it much but she thinks that someday she would like to become the nation's "First Lady" just like her idol Michelle Obama.

Ellen laughed and told her that Mrs. Obama is very strict about kids not eating junk food.

Honey Boo Boo raised her eyebrows, rolled her eyes, and replied "Well my mama feeds me cookies, cupcakes, pies, cakes, and squirrel pizza, so what am I supposed to do Miss D refuse to eat it or what?"

Ellen looked right into the camera and replied, "Sassy little thing, ain't she?"

And with that Honey Boo Boo jumped out of her chair, got in front of Ellen, and told her "Lookey here blondie, I did not leave da damn room okay? So if you gots sumtin ta say ta me says it to my face okey dokey hokey pokey?"

"Gotcha babe."

Ellen went to a commercial and when she returned her little pint-sized guest was gone.

DeGeneres told the viewing audience that Honey Boo Boo had to leave because she suddenly got a certain urge to eat some cornbread.

SIDENOTE: After the show, Ellen contacted Tittle Tattle Tonight and said that she wanted to apologize for talking to the little seven-year-old as if she was talking to Paris "I'm Hot" Hilton.

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