|June Honey Boo Boo|
|Name||June Honey Boo Boo|
|Traits||Family Oriented, Socially Awkward, Good Sense of Humor, Friendly, Easily Impressed|
|Cause of death||Old Age|
Constantly driven for food, she may have an advantage as she will go after the meals feverently and score herself security of hunger.
In Episode 2, she seemed to have a rivalry between her and Paula Deen, as they were constantly having rude interactions with each other. In the third episode June tried to avoid the death challenge by sleeping instead of competing.
In the fourth episode, June won the reward and therefore got to WooHoo with a townie. She stole the first guy she saw, who was having a picnic. He proved hard to woo but eventually he fell for June after a Heat of the Moment kiss, even though he had a wife.
June took him home and WooHooed him (while Harry Potter stood outside the window). He is still locked in the reward house. Later that episode, June was flirting with Harry Styles. June was asked out on a date in Episode 8 by Rick Durwood, only to be stood up behind a restaurant.
In Episode 9, Because nobody died during the Jelly Bean Death Challenge, they did the swimming pool endurance death challenge.
June was supposed to die from drowning, but when Kelly reset Harry Styles so he wouldn't die, the game saved June and Taylor Swift along with him.
So instead of death by drowning, Kelly had to age-transition her to death. Overall June wasn't most liked by other contestants as she often got into fights with them, however, she was much liked by the viewers and by KPopp.
She will be remembered as a strong independant woman who don't need no friends and her spirit will be kept alive through Honey Boo Boo.
- Kelly KPopp has noted that she could scare other contestants with her "Bingo Face."
- June had never missed an oppurtunity to sleep, and was almost never tired throughout the Hunger Games.
- June was the fan favorite in the polls to win the challenge.
- June was frequently used by men in the challenge. First by Harry Styles to get back at Taylor, then by Rick Durwood for no reason.