Here Comes Honey Boo Boo trailer: Toddlers & Tiaras star and mom scour food auctions for donuts

Proud to be a redneck! Honey Boo Boo, six, and her 'coupon queen' mom scour food auctions in search of donuts in new trailer

Alana, aka Honey Boo Boo, shot to fame on Toddlers & Tiaras earlier this year

Her mother, June, sparked anger from viewers after revealing the caffeinated contents of her daughter's so-called 'go-go juice'

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14:12 GMT, 7 August 2012

Honey Boo Boo may be the star of her new reality show but a new teaser clip offers a deeper look at her mother June.

The six-year-old pageant star's mother is seen shopping at McIntyre, Georgia's weekly auction in a new clip from the forthcoming TLC show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.

The coupon queen, as she is commonly referred to, is seen doing what she does best – she eyes off loads of discounted food, including what looks to be multiple packets of sugary donuts, in what she describes as a 'thrifty' way to shop.

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Like mother, like daughter: A new clip from the upcoming reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo offers a further look at the toddler's mother June (right). She reveals the family shop at a weekly auction to save money

Like mother, like daughter: A new clip from the upcoming reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo offers a further look at the toddler's mother June (right). She reveals the family shop at a weekly auction to save money

Bargain: Auctioneers are seen selling multiple packets of sugary sweets that resemble donuts, pictured above

Bargain: Auctioneers are seen selling multiple packets of sugary sweets that resemble donuts, pictured above

June, who was accused
of 'doping' Alana, aka Honey Boo Boo, with caffeinated drinks and high sugar snacks in an episode of Toddlers & Tiaras in January, is seen narrowing her eyes towards her bargain-hunting competitors.

It seems that the sweets are certainly an object of desire in this neck of the woods.

The mother tells the camera: 'It [auction items] can be like half off of what you'd normally buy'.

She adds: 'Pageants are very, very expensive. It is not a cheap sport by any means. Sometimes he has what I'm looking for, sometimes he don't.'

On a mission: The mother is seen eyeing off her bargain-hunting competitors at the auction, above

On a mission: The mother is seen eyeing off her bargain-hunting competitors at the auction, above

Family tradition: The youngster (left) has her own share of desirable treats as she grabs at everything in sight

Family tradition: The youngster (left) has her own share of desirable treats as she grabs at everything in sight

She calls the weekly auction her 'favourite place' and even reveals that the family often find materials to create 'pageant props'.

'I'm a saving mommy… you save a little bit of money that way,' she says.

Alana's unruly antics helped her become the break-out star of Toddlers & Tiaras.

'If you're looking at my child in a sexual manner, there's not something wrong with me a parent'

But it seems there is no end to the mischievous ways of the youngster
judging by these new trailers for her reality show.

The little girl and her mother even appeared on CNN this morning as part of the series' extensive promotional run ahead of its debut tomorrow night.

June addressed the child pageant industry as a whole, claiming that it never aims to sexualise children, which is a common accusation among critics.

'If you're looking at my child in a sexual manner, there's not something wrong with me a parent,' she said.

Publicity trail: The duo appeared on CNN this morning. June (left) defended the child pageant industry

Publicity trail: The duo appeared on CNN this morning. June (left) defended the child pageant industry

Child star: Honey Boo Boo told the show's hosts that she prefers 'hair and make-up' to being a 'normal person'

Child star: Honey Boo Boo told the show's hosts that she prefers 'hair and make-up' to being a 'normal person'

The show's hosts also quizzed the star of the show but Honey Boo Boo simply reiterated her love of child pageants.

;It's fun, I like it,' she said. 'I feel like a pageant queen… I like hair and make-up more [that looking like a] normal person.'

'I like hair and make-up more [that looking like a] normal person'

– Honey Boo Boo

'We are a redneck,' she exclaimed suddenly before regurgitating her catch cry: 'You better redneck-onise!'

The tiny tot was also seen covered in mud in an earlier trailer for the show; she had launched herself into a giant mud pit.

A previous 30-second clip showed her
attempting to dance after playing in the pit, wobbling around in front
of the camera in the slushy dirt.

Alana is almost incoherent as her speaking manner is so bizarre.

According to the network, the six-part series will see the family 'doing what [they] do best: four-wheeling through mud pits and picking up road kill for the family cookout.'

Big personality: The attention-seeking break-out star of Toddlers & Tiaras, is seen getting up to even more mischief during new trailers for her new reality show. The youngster is seen in a promotional shoot above

Big personality: The attention-seeking break-out star of Toddlers & Tiaras, is seen getting up to even more mischief during new trailers for her new reality show. The youngster is seen in a promotional shoot above

Other family members shown include her chalk-miner father, Sugar Bear, and three sisters: Lauryn, aka 'Pumpkin',
12, Jessica, or 'Chubbs', 15, and pregnant 17-year-old Anna, known to the family as 'Chickadee'.

The clan are seen in the earlier trailer squishing their flabby bellies around in one particularly charming scene.

One of the girls is seen telling the camera: 'We're not red-necks… we all have our teeth, don't we'

A snippet from her debut on Toddlers
& Tiaras was also included, which includes Alana's now famous line,
'A dollar makes me holler, Honey Boo Boo'.

Cheeky: The youngster is seen dancing in the mud, above, after playing in a giant pit of the slushy dirt

Cheeky: The youngster was seen dancing in the mud, above, after playing in a giant pit of the slushy dirt

Limelight: The first trailer suggested that the youngster's attention-seeking ways are far from over

Limelight: The first trailer suggested that the youngster's attention-seeking ways are far from over

Charming: The Honey Boo Boo clan are seen poking at their bellies at one stage. Her dad admits they are rednecks

Charming: The smiling clan are seen poking at their bellies at one stage. Her dad admits they are rednecks

A January episode of Toddlers & Tiaras saw June tell of how
she created a 'Go Go Juice' mixture of Mountain Dew and Red Bull after 15 bags of Pixy Stix – tubes of powdered sugar often known as 'pageant
crack' – failed
to boost her daughter's energy.

Beauty pageant Insiders speculate that some mothers' 'special juice' blends may even contain alcohol.

June was filmed instructing Alana to take 'two big gulps' from an
unlabelled bottle. Within seconds, the change was apparent and the
pageant hopeful was seen rapidly swinging her arms over her head and
spinning around on the floor, exclaiming: 'My go-go juice is kicking in
right now!'

Describing how
the drink made her feel, she said: 'Go-go juice makes me laughy, and
play-ey, and makes me feel like I want to pull my mommy's hair.

Energy boost: June was accused of 'doping' her daughter with the high-caffeine mixture

Energy boost: June was accused of 'doping' her daughter with the high-caffeine mixture

Moments after having her 'special drink' Alana takes to the floor for some stomach spins

Hyper: Moments after having her 'special drink' Alana was filmed spinning on her stomach

But she is not entirely enthusiastic about the experience. She was seen telling the cameras: 'Beauty is so boring, I don't want to do it.'

June's enthusiasm is more than evident though. As her daughter takes
to the stage, she was filmed yelling encouragement and instructing
dance moves.

When she is not
accompanying her daughter on the pageant circuit, June says she spends
her time collecting money-saving coupons and stockpiling hundreds of
household products – a pursuit her daughter claims she wants to follow.