Katherine Heigl Hot
January 31, 2012 by staff
Katherine Heigl Hot, Katherine Heigl recently turned on an episode of the popular reality show Dance Moms – and what she saw made her jaw drop.
Not only was she shocked by the young girls on the show performing provocative dance moves, but she also hated the way they were treated by the head of the prestigious studio. “I was…horrified by the way their instructor treated them when she felt they weren’t up to snuff,” she writes in her iVillage blog. “It was demeaning, belittling and downright unkind.”
That kind of behavior, she says, is totally at odds with the way she was raised – and the way she wants to raise her daughter, Naleigh. “[My mother, who watched the show with me] insisted that the tough-love attitude was totally misguided and not what makes anyone succeed – and certainly not a child,” she says. “She reminded me that I was loved, encouraged and held through the journey of my career and was never demeaned, berated or told I was not doing my best, and look how well that has worked out for me.”A large part of her job as a mother, Katherine says, is to nurture her daughter’s self-esteem: encouraging her strengths, helping her through her weaknesses and helping her value herself for more than her looks. “It terrifies me, the amount of value we place on a woman’s looks, body, and ability to drop it like it’s hot on the dance floor,” she says. To her, there’s a huge difference between a woman in her 20s performing a sensual dance and a 7-year-old girl shaking her rear. “What in the world are we telling them? That sxy is the prize and is the talent they have?”
The actress recalls that when she took dance as a girl, the routines she did were entirely age-appropriate. She wishes the talented tweens in Dance Moms could say the same. “I wish they were shown and taught by example that they are wonderful, unique and valuable for far more than their bodies and their ability to be perfect at all times.”
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