‘So proud!’ Honey Boo Boo graduates from high school | Entertainment

Alana ‘Honey Boo Boo’ Thompson graduated from high school.

The 17-year-old reality star first became known around the world as a beauty pageant contestant when she began appearing in the TLC series Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, but after all four seasons, she returned in 2017. Although the broadcast ended, I graduated from the program. This week at Wilkinson County High School in McIntyre, Georgia.

Her mother, Mama June Shannon, wrote on Instagram along with a video of screaming and cheering.

Alana’s 23-year-old sister, Lauryn, re-shared the video, writing in the caption that she was “surprised” to see her sister graduate from high school and paid tribute to “how far” she has come through all kinds of adversity. said to have expressed . “

“It is no exaggeration to say that I am proud.To be present in this next chapter, I can see how much you have grown, how beautiful your soul is, and most importantly, It’s amazing how far you’ve come in the face of adversity.” It’s such an honor to hear your name called and to see you walk. I can’t wait to see what the next chapter of your life will be like. Always know that I am your biggest fan and will always scream the loudest for you forever. I love you Lana! ” (sic)

Late last year, Alana explained that she felt “ready” for her senior year of high school and wanted to go to college to study to become a neonatal nurse.

She said on Entertainment Tonight: “I’m more than ready for my senior year of college. I definitely want to go to full-time college because I want to be a neonatal nurse. Absolutely. I love little babies!”

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