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One of the more fascinating new shows on E! is a reality series about a new tanning salon here in LA called "Sunset Tan". The hero of the show appears to be a young gay manager who has to deal with ditzy employees and some oddballs on the management level, to say the least.

Variety says that the show will have a dead person whose last request was to get a tan.

But even that stiff will have a tough time being as outrageous as the 8-year-old girl who gets a $1,300 tan so she can look like Lindsay Lohan for her school pictures.

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After the jump witness her, her mother, and VH1's Best Week Ever rightfully ridicule the entire scene.

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