Reality TV has gone South, but when it comes to Southern hospitality, there can be only one winner, and we’re putting that decision up to you.
Are you going to travel to Georgia for the overnight sensation of TLC's “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” or wild it up in West Virginia with MTV’s own “BUCKWILD”?
MTV Act has been spotlighting the good deeds done by the female cast members of the show. Wanna recap? Spunky Cara Parrish is involved with Music Saves Lives, and after she came out as bisexual on the show, she also told us about her support of LGBT rights and how bisexual stereotypes have gotta go. Real talking Anna Davis chatted with us about rescuing her dog Lilly from a shelter (awww!) and encouraging others to do the same (double awww!). Sweet Katie Saria told us about her involvement with West Virginia University’s Office of Disability and the importance of education. And Sissonville's Shae Bradley flexed her do-gooder muscles with Habitat for Humanity and soup kitchens.
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Alana Thompson, a.k.a. Honey Boo Boo, might only be in elementary school, but she’s already showing what a little philanthropist she can be. She and her family especially got into the giving spirit during the holidays. Knowing that some families in the area wouldn’t be able to afford gifts for their kids, the Boo Boo fam began asking for donations of toys and money. They also took pics with fans to help the cause! On top of that, Alana gave her own toys to charity so that she could get involved. Now that's a little girl with a big ol' heart!
There you have it. Are you gonna enjoy some Southern comfort by helping animals like Anna, or helping kids get toys like Honey Boo Boo? Take action below!