May 2, 2012 at 1:10 PM ET
With all the stiff competition in the pageant world, the stars of "Toddlers & Tiaras" have to get creative to stand out in the glitzy mix.
What makes for a memorable tot-routine? In the past, some kids have channeled their inner-adults, such as Dolly Parton or a "Pretty Woman." But on the next episode of the show, one tyke decides to just shake what her mother gave her.
In an exclusive sneak peek, 5-year-old Trinity donned her ruffled, pink-princess finery and proceeded to put on a "booty" routine.
"C'mon, girl! Shake it!" Trinity's mom cheered.
She did. But lest anyone fear the pageant judges might have taken issue with the not-so-kid-friendly choreography, rest assured they did not.
"Trinity's booty pop? I thought was awesome," judge Charlotte Booth insisted. "She was on that stage, and that was her. That was something she would have done at home, (in front of) the mirror. And you could tell she was excited to do it."
See how Trinity fared compared to her competition when "Toddlers & Tiaras" airs Wednesday night at 10 p.m. ET on TLC.
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