With a huge prize on the line, Kim takes Addison and Rayven on the road to a national pageant in Nashville. Drama ensues when Deb and Hannah enter with a rival pageant coach and Angie enters Marah herself. Meanwhile, a distracted Addison would rather take in the Nashville sights.
Pageant Pro Anslee is preparing to compete in talent for the first time. Already feeling uncertain in her singing abilities, her confidence is even more shaken when stunning singer/songwriter Lauren shows up wielding her guitar.
Kim and sister Allisyn are off to the rodeo to wrangle their newest client. Hope, a rough and rowdy cowgirl, will need an extreme makeover--and her mom, convincing to let Kim turn her tomboy into a pageant queen.
Enabling mother Tateasa wants Kim to train her drop dead gorgeous spoiled daughter Alexis, but Kim isn't so sure this diva is worth the trouble. Kim must teach her what is truly valuable in life, and then how to win the crown.
Kim's prayers are answered when she meets little Erin, a tiny girl with a huge voice. Kim enters her in this week's "Glam" pageant to let the world hear her sing--but worrywart mom Melinda and first time pageant girl Erin are not on board.
It's the South vs. the Irish in a battle of the cloggers! When Addison and Maura enter a clogging pageant, Kim calls in a favor from a renowned step-dancing coach. Meanwhile, Jo helps Allysin teach her son to drive.
Glamour, gowns, and the all-important race for the crown: perhaps nothing is more competitive than the high-stakes world of beauty pageants. Bravo takes viewers inside the competitive world of beauty queens with Game of Crowns. The docu-series features six pageant wives who expose their competitive lives and what it takes to win - even if that means competing against your own teenage daughter. They also reveal everything it takes to get ready for their big moments in the spotlight, from working tirelessly with trainers for swimsuit-ready bodies to honing their interview skills with coaches.
Raising Asia on Lifetime® follows 8-year-old child prodigy Asia Monet Ray as she takes her singing and dancing career to the next level. Asia's dreams of becoming a world famous performer are well within reach, at least if her mother Kristie has her say.
On The Rap Game, five emerging young hip-hop artists, ages 12-16, are given the chance to rhyme and flow with the highly sought-after music producer, Jermaine Dupri. Each week, special guests including Usher, Ludacris, Da Brat and more, join to help mold the kids into the next big rap star.
On any given weekend in a hotel ballroom somewhere in the US, you may find a group of little girls parading around on stage in heavy makeup, weighed down by heavily sequined dresses. They're there for one of the hundreds of beauty pagaents held every year.
Living with the Enemy (#LWTE) pushes social boundaries to an all-new level by placing families with opposing values in each other’s homes to see if they can change one another’s views. Exploring the fault lines of social cohesion in the United States, each episode will address a different hot topic currently dividing public opinion.