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MTV 'Made' With Chesterfield Teen, Saturday Noon

Saturday noon episode shows how Parkway Central senior spent an important summer of her life.

Angie Tozer, a senior at Chesterfield's Parkway Central High School, is featured in an MTV docu-series “Made” on Saturday, Dec. 3, at noon.

Episodes of “Made” follow young people as they embark on a mission to transform their lives. Tozer's story kicks off the series’ 11th season on MTV.

“I can’t wait to see what they actually show after filming for 150 hours and editing it to a one hour show,” Tozer said, in an email to Chesterfield Patch.

Over seven weeks this past summer, a team of MTV coaches worked with Tozer to prepare for a beauty pagent. Coaches included Ms. Missouri 2009, Tamara Osseck. 

Viewers will watch the 17-year old Tozer work to shed her man-of-the-house persona that she took on after her dad died when she was a fifth-grader. Tozer struggles to change the ways that earned her the nickname “Man-gie” and is  Made into a polished pageant queen.

With help from her coach, Tozer makes over her inside—from the inside out—and finally comes to terms with her past. The culmination of Tozer’s hard work is revealed in a beauty pageant.

Tozer's family plans to view the MTV episode at bowling lounge in Chesterfield, Saturday at noon.

lindsay December 03, 2011 at 06:54 PM
I'm 29 years old, I lost my father when I was 19, I still feel weird about it, and have yet come to terms with it myself. It's not often as an adult that I watch shows like made and and get misty eyed or excited for these super young high school students. Angie, not just bc I can relate, but the way she presents herself on the show sort of made everyone who was watching fall in love with her, so on behalf of myself, and my household, we really wish her the best. She really is one of the only featured episodes that left at least my family, cheering!
Jean Whitney December 03, 2011 at 07:35 PM
Wow! Good for you Lindsay, and family!
karen garcia December 04, 2011 at 05:01 AM
I'm 30 years old and was flipping channels and stopped on mtv by chance. I couldn't stop watching. I was cheering Angie on from the beginning and in tears by the end of the show. I was so proud of her. She truly is an inspiration.
Jean Whitney December 04, 2011 at 05:05 AM
I would love to meet her. Inspiration is right, Karen!

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