'We've been told she could have a really good future in American pageants, but anything is possible - film, adverts, mainstream modelling.
I want Sasha to have all the options.' In the forthcoming documentary, Jayne takes Sasha to a major agency, in the hope that she will be signed up.
All about the look: Sasha Bennington is just 11 but her mother loves the way she looks Jayne is talking breezily about how Sasha had her first set of false nails glued on at eight, and now enjoys the sort of rigorous beauty regime - hair extensions, fake tans, pedicures - that was once the preserve of porn stars and Dolly Parton, not school children from Burnley in Lancashire. 'Because this country doesn't have a tradition of this sort of thing, the organisers didn't quite know how to play things. They kept saying they wanted the girls to look natural. The pair took a documentary team with them, and found what you'd expect at a U. beauty pageant held in a down-market-looking Texan hotel: mums parading their daughters like prize poodles, kids who look disturbingly like mini Celine Dions, and enough lipgloss to pose a drowning risk to the tiniest entrants. She explains how to turn your body round while holding the judges' eyes, before flipping your head round at the last minute 'like that Exorcist child'. It was just like a big theatrical event, like being transported to another world.'Underpinning the fairy tale, though, was a deep desire to win. 'People always said she looked like a Barbie in Miss British Isles, but the girls in Texas truly did,' enthuses Jayne. I watched them on the catwalk, with their arms held so precisely, walking slowly and turning just so.
When I ask whether this latest pageant business is just about her trying to realise her own thwarted ambitions through her daughter, she is offended - but only because the question assumes her career is over, which she denies. 'People go on about the paedophile thing, but they've got that one wrong. If anything, it's the fresh-faced younger ones they want. There are plenty of 11-year-old girls on beaches in bikinis. We might hope for a reverse teenage rebellion - one in which she dyes her hair mousey brown and professes a desire to study political science at university - but it's unlikely.
'People say she looks like Barbie' - Jayne is so proud of her daughter's success The model booker says a vehement 'no', horrified by her portfolio, and tells Jayne that clients want their child models to look like children, and that for this sort of career success she would have to stop bleaching Sasha's hair and encouraging her to wear plastic nails. It comes as no surprise that Jayne used to be a model herself, and one who worked in the 'glamour' side of the business.
She started at 23 - which, she explains, was 'far too late' for real career success - and now believes that earlier is better, in order to maximise profit and notoriety. I was always short and fat - not like Sasha - but I did OK with the modelling.
How authentic will be the results he wants to declare?
That is illegal, we cannot allow individuals to incite the public," Enanga said.
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