|The father of JonBenet Ramsey, the 6-year-old beauty queen who was killed in 1996, now says child pageants are bad for young girls.(Good Morning, America)|
There were signs on all the doors to the ballroom that strictly prohibited photography or recording of video, or entrance by those not registered for the pageant.
The have a Facebook page.
And a website, porcelaindollsnationals.com. The entry fee is $995.
The Louisville event, it's the National Pageant. There are "annual GLITZ state pageants" also in somewhere in the Carolina's, Ohio, Florida and Texas.
Check out this typical comment thread on the Facebook page for the pageant, about tanning vendors:
Believe it or not, tanning children is legal in Kentucky, but under 14 they must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian when using a tanning bed. Still, it's stupid. And wrong. So. Very. Wrong.
And remember that excitement about Louisville getting a H&M? Let's hope not.
H&M addition to our Naturally Porcelain Dolls vendors list!Dana Rogers email: firstname.lastname@example.org or on FB: dana... fb.me/1QbXURXu0
— Porcelain Dolls (@PDNationals) January 10, 2013
"We are asked regularly - What is Porcelain Doll Wear? Here are just some of the incredible ones from past pageants!
Let your imagination soar! And yes, props are permitted, but not needed to win." - their website