BURBANK - The star of the reality TV show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Alana Thompson made an appearance on Jay Leno's Tonight Show.
The little seven-year-old told Leno that she has been a fan of his ever since she was a little girl.
"Gosh." Leno said, "You could have made me feel better by saying ever since you were a mere fetus."
"Hey fella, what da hell's a fetus?" Honey Boo Boo asked.
A red faced Leno told her to ask her mama after the show.
Leno then asked her if all the fame, notoriety, and money had changed her.
"Oh hell yes." Honey Boo Boo exclaimed. "Now I know that I am even much more prettier than even I thought I was. I also realize that I could possibly be the next Anna Nicole Smith, just like my gay Uncle Poodle said."
Jay then asked her about her mom's recent weight loss in which she claims to have shed 100 pounds.
The pint-sized beauty pageant princess giggled and said that Jodie Foster will become an unlesbianite before her mom loses 50 pounds much less 100.
Leno then asked her if there were any skeletons in the Thompson-Shannon household.
Alana smiled and nodded her head no. She then told Leno that she had a secret she wanted to share with him.
"Go for it kiddo" Jay replied.
Honey Boo Boo leaned in towards the host and told him that her mama had recently told her that he (Leno) was her biological daddy.
Leno blushed and replied that it was impossible because he has never been to Georgia.
Honey Boo Boo winked and remarked that she had been conceived one state over in Alabama.
Leno quickly went to a commercial. When he returned he asked her if she had any other secrets.
She leaned in again and told him that her mama does not know it but every night she watches the Tonight Show. Leno beamed with pride.
The little Georgia tyke then replied that she does not care for David Letterman because he said her mom looked like a circus elephant with lipstick and eye shadow.
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