To compare Dance Moms to a train wreck would imply that there's some manipulative sense of malice behind the train wreck, that somehow we can pass judgment on the fiery tragedy that's ruined countless lives instead of just staring on with morbid curiosity. It's at that point where the comparison fails, because we most certainly can pass judgment on the horrible parenting and immature adults parading about in front of us on the screen in each and every episode of Dance Moms. Dance Moms is a perfectly horrific exhibit of awful parenting and because we're hoping mass exposure will shame the mothers from their deplorable ways, we're giving away two copies of the first season on DVD.
To find out how you can win one, just keep reading.
Set in Pittsburgh’s renowned Abby Lee Dance Company, owned and operated by notoriously demanding and passionate instructor Abby Lee Miller, Lifetime’s explosive new docu-series Dance Moms follows children’s early steps on the road to stardom and the doting mothers who are there for every rehearsal, performance and bow…all under the discerning eye of Miller.
For a chance to win, you just have to do two things...
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2) E-mail your entry to contest [at] justpressplay [dot] net with the subject line "Dance Moms Contest" and tell us your favorite dance TV show.
Also, you can gain one additional entry (aka chance to win) each day by tweeting this story using the button to the left of this story.
This giveaway ends on September 1st, 2012.
Limit of one e-mail entry per person (with the exception of Tweet entries), any violation of that rule will result in disqualification. Winners will be notified via e-mail used to comment for entry, if the winner fails to respond to the e-mail within one (1) week, the prize is forfeit and will be offered to the next runner-up. Many will enter, 2 will win. Prize may not be exchanged for different character. Must be a US resident to participate in this giveaway. All e-mails are deleted at close of contest and are not sold or used in mailing lists, because companies that do that are scum.