A fate worse than death? A mom gives her daughters a dose of tough love before their beauty pageant on Little Miss Atlanta's Wednesday, October 26, episode, as seen in Us Weekly's exclusive sneak peek.
The TLC unscripted series' preview clip shows Kevisha grilling her 10-year-old daughter, Heaven, before the little girl's performance at the upcoming Little Miss Black USA pageant. Heaven is feeling the pressure, given that she did not win the top prize at the group's previous event.
"Do you want to lose?" Kevisha asks her. "You're going to find yourself holding a doggone runner-up again, or you're going to find yourself holding nothing."
Kevisha continues to the camera, "We should have won last time, and it was just unfair. So this time, she got to come back for that win. If she lose this pageant again, it's going to be hell to pay."
This time around, Kevisha has two children competing, as her 3-year-old daughter, Camaro, is also a contestant in the pageant.
"Worst-case scenario: Neither one of them win — I'm dead," Kevisha says. "I don't even think I would do a pageant again. That would hurt me to my core. … If both of them bring home the crown — oh, my God! I'm going out to celebrate! I probably won't be home for another three or four days."
As the family prepares for the big moment, Kevisha asks Camaro in front of Heaven, "Are you ready? You're going to be looking better than her [gestures to Heaven], right?"
Watch the wild clip in the video above. Little Miss Atlanta airs on TLC Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET.
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