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If people have a problem with it, I'd say it is 'Besides, as I keep saying, this is what Sasha wants.' And what Sasha wants, Sasha clearly gets. Ask Sasha how she sees herself and she replies: 'Blonde, pretty, dumb - I don't need brains.' Her mum laughs her head off at this, proud that the child is so like her.
Last Christmas, Jayne and her husband, Martin, a builder who works all over the UK and is barely at home, spent £26,000 on Sasha's presents, which included a swimming pool.
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At 11, Sasha Bennington is too young to remember the days when Jordan was just a country and being branded 'fake' was something to be ashamed of. 'Perhaps it's different in country areas, where they don't need to grow up so fast. Jayne tells me she was uneasy about the way the contest was run, citing odd rules about how much make-up should be applied to those pre-pubescent faces and including confusing clauses about how contestants could bring make-up artists but should try to look 'natural'. ' Earlier this year, Jayne was given free rein with the blusher when Sasha became the first British child to dip a scarlet-tipped toe into the American pageant scene. Why else would you be able to buy make-up for pre-teens at Boots? 'All the mums were up at 6am so they could get started on hair and make-up.'And everything is . You have to spend £2,000 on a pageant dress over there. Sasha just ran through all the dresses, she was in her element.
But maybe the youngster's biggest tragedy is that her mother, Jayne, 31, is in no hurry to paint a picture of how it used to be. 'We spend about £300 a month on beauty treatments for her. But, around big cities, girls have got to be more forward and act older than they are. 'I don't understand why people get so upset about it. At first, I think she is criticising the organisers for encouraging the children to look too adult. She means the girls - some of whom were still toddling - weren't allowed to look adult enough. Jayne was at her side, helping her practise her sashay. ' There was a jaw-dropping moment in the film - Sasha, Beauty Queen At 11, to be shown on July 14 on BBC3 at 9pm - when the pageant veteran charged with showing Sasha the ropes demonstrates how to walk like a beauty queen. Jayne talks about Sasha's media 'career', believing her daughter is a bona fide celebrity, and is proud to have been instrumental in making that happen 'Back home, we have to buy an adult dress and get it altered to fit, but there they are totally geared up for girls her age. The girls are encouraged to put on masses of make-up. I was amazed at how much there was to learn, but I knew I was in the hands of the experts.' Jayne and her husband, Martin, spent £26,000 on Sasha's presents, which included a swimming pool It seems that the main lesson learned was that her darling daughter could look like a plastic Barbie, and be rewarded with a sash to prove it.
She boasts she has met the pneumatic queen of the glamour world, and was even photographed with her. As she watched Jordan achieve extraordinary mainstream success, Jayne tried to forge her own path in the new world, where everything crass and ostentatious was celebrated rather than shunned. I just want the best for her.' Yet can 'the best' really involve holding her hand as she steps into a terrifyingly sexualised world? I'm just helping my daughter make something of her life.
She set up a limo hire business, and tried to get a foothold in the reality TV world, appearing on Wife Swap. I'm not past it yet.' She maintains it has always been Sasha who has driven her own 'career' forward. It is Jayne herself who says that her daughter looks 'about 18' when she has full make-up on. Any good mum would do the same.' After our interview, Jayne will be taking Sasha to cheerleading classes, in a further bid to realise that all-American dream.
“I think I've achieved this image better than anyone else. I haven't even heard of Valeria Lukyanova,” she added in a dig at Lukyanova, arguably the first so-called Human Barbie to become famous.