Honey Boo Boo Tells Barbara Walters When She Grows Up She Wants To Be Just Like Miley Cyrus

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 20 October 2013


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Jenny McCarthy is fitting right in on The View. (Photo provided by Rico Chorizo).

NEW YORK CITY - Alana Thompson, better known as Honey Boo Boo, of the hit cable reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, made an appearance on The View.

The little 7-year-old told Barbara Walters that she has admired her ever since she was a little kid. She giggled and said that her mama was originally going to name her Barbara after her, but she changed her mind at the last second because Honey Boo Boo's grandmother's nickname was Alana.

Honey Boo Boo smiled and said that her daddy wanted to name her Buckwheat. She then pointed out that it was after the grain and not after one of the black members of the Little Rascals.

Walters asked the pint-sized actress who she admires the most. She giggled and said that it was her first, Michelle Obama second, Miley Cyrus third, and Sofia Vergara fourth.

When asked what she wants to be when she grows up she jumped out of her chair and pretended to have a microphone in her hand and hollered out, "Hey y'all I wanna be just like Miley Cyrus."

Barbara Walters shook her head. Whoopi Goldberg laughed, Sherri Shepherd rolled her eyes, and Jenny McCarthy went up to her and gave her a high five and then a chest bump.

Poor little Honey Boo Boo went flying and landed on Whoopi's very ample lap.

"Dammit it girl!" Honey Boo Boo yelled out at Jenny. "You sure does have yourself one great big old pair of tits don't cha?"

Jenny turned as red as a Washington state apple and replied, "Yes and thank you Honey, maybe one day if you eat your vegetables..."

Walters quickly chimed in "And on that note, we bid you good day."

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