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Once the toddlers with tiaras fill out, it's up to Cy Frakes and his team at Gowns and Crowns to mold them into serious beauty queens. This reality docu-series follows the veteran pageant coach at his South Carolina business as he helps clients perfect everything from their walk to their talk to their hair and what they wear. As Frakes puts it, he deals with broken heels, broken nails and sometimes broken hearts.

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Cyrus tries to get sisters from a family who went from showing horses to showcasing their daughters to focus on winning a crown without killing each other.
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A step-dad learns the duties of being a pageant mom.
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Mae Anne and Margaret Ann compete to be named Peanut Queen.

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