Toddlers and Tiaras Feud
INSIDE EDITION caught up with some stars and parents of Toddlers and Tiaras who have ended their feud to start an anti-bullying campaign.
They're the two adorable little girls at the center of a nasty TV feud.
4-year-old Paisley was the kid from Toddlers and Tiaras whose mom dressed her like the Julia Roberts hooker character from Pretty Woman.
5-year-old Isabella is the girl who criticized her, saying "My mom doesn't dress me up as a hooker!"
Now the feud is over. The girls have made up and are joining forces to shoot an anti-bullying campaign.
"When you get bullied, it's really sad for other people to see," says Isabella in the ad.
"Boys sometimes bully me, and so I bully back," adds Paisley.
The little ones wore pretty pink dresses and toughed it out in the chilly morning air in Times Square to hand out bracelets with an anti-bullying message.
It's clear they've put the past behind them. The girls even got manicures together, to get pretty for their big premiere party. The new season of Toddlers and Tiaras kicks off Wednesday night.
Their moms say they now regret the feud.
"We said some things that we shouldn't have and we embarrassed ourselves," said Paisley's mom, Wendy.
"The thing that's ironic is while we were feuding, the girls actually became good friends," said Isabella's mom, Suzanna.
But it looks like there's more controversy to come in the new season. Little Paisley may not be dressing up as a hooker anymore, but this time, she's wearing a biker chick outfit and rips her skirt off.
The other moms looked stunned.
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