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She constantly misspoke, calling herself “beautimous” (which went on to be a cultural catchphrase) and boasting about her poor hygiene.
She had neck crust (it’s exactly what you think it is) and a signature turkey neck.
From 2012 to 2014, Mama June and her family starred on Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, TLC’s enthralling celebration of white trash culture.
While Honey Boo Boo was supposed to center around the Thompson/Shannon family’s antics, it was Mama June’s unfettered embrace of lower-class redneck stereotypes (improper vocabulary, questionable hygiene, a camo commitment ceremony) that made the show a hit.
As explained by Kathleen Rowe in The Unruly Woman: Gender and the Genres of Laughter, “the grotesque body exaggerates its processes, bulges, and orifices, whereas the static, monumental classical body conceals them.” Most often, the grotesque woman is perceived to be lower-class and socially unacceptable.
(During the height of Honey Boo Boo’s popularity, Alana earned roughly ,000 to ,000 per episode, and its ratings — 2.2 million viewers for its premiere episode — were on par with the final season premiere of Mad Men.)Like The Anna Nicole Show before it, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo became a cultural phenomenon that took poor white folks and turned them into a freak show.