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Tuesday, 6 November 2012

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A pet snake that Honey Boo Boo was given by Maksim Chmerkovskiy and which she named Snakey Boo Boo Hiss.

LOS ANGELES - The producer of the hit show The Vampire Diaries has just announced that he has signed reality show star Honey Boo Boo to appear on his hit show.

Manolo Middlezuck told Pico de Gallo with Tittle Tattle Tonight that he has been trying to sign Alana Thompson, the little star of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo for the past 37 days.

Middlezuck stated that Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev were thrilled when they heard that the little, chubby, beauty pageant princess would be gracing their show.

Dobrev said that Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is one of her three favorite shows with the other two being Nashville and The Real Housewives of Intercourse, Pennsylvania.

Somerhalder revealed that he has just started watching Honey Boo Boo's show and likes the redneck interaction between H2B's mom June "Mama" Shannon, 32, and her dad Mike "Sugar Bear" Thompson, 40.

He said that he especially gets a kick out of the show when Mama and Sugar Bear's inner hillbilly comes out and they mispronounce every other word.

SIDENOTE: Manolo Middlezuck told Pico de Gallo that in order for him to get Honey Boo Boo to agree to do The Vampire Diaries he had to agree to allow Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev to make a cameo appearance on Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.

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