Ally Langdon Parental Guidance: Birthday party gets out of control

Ally Langdon Parental Guidance Birthday party gets out of control


Wild moment kids birthday party turns feral as children DIVE on each other during hit show – and Ally Langdon is not impressed

  • A kids birthday celebration descended into chaos on Nine’s Parental Guidance
  • Children dived on top of each other fighting for lollies after a piñata burst open
  • ‘Routine’ parents Brett and Tony said they had the super challenge ‘in the bag’
  • But the party didn’t go to plan with kids turning feral during competitive games 










A childrens’ birthday party turned feral on Channel Nine’s hit show Parental Guidance, when 12 competitive kids started diving on top of each other fighting for lollies.

The eye-opening reality program aiming to crown Australia’s best parenting style put four families under one roof with each set of parents given turns to look after the children in a ‘super challenge’.

On Monday’s show ‘routine’ parents Brett and Tony were told to throw a ‘dream’ birthday bash – something they dismissed as easy with Tony saying we’ve ‘got this in the bag’.

‘Free range’ parents Penny and Daniel, ‘strict’ parents Andrew and Miriam and ‘tiger’ parents Kevin and Debbie all had to stand by and watch on as the celebration started to get out of control.

‘A dream kids’ party should be a perfect event for our parents because parties have a clear routine. You arrive, you play party games, you do the presents, and then you have cake,’ co-host and parenting expert Dr Justin Coulson said.

‘But the challenge for Brett and Tony is what they’re going to do if the routine gets broken. If the train starts going off the rails, how are they going to get it back on track?’

The answer quickly became apparent when children started to play a game of musical chairs.

‘When we introduce competitiveness, especially in what’s supposed to be a fun experience, we often bring out the worst in our kids,’ Dr Coulson explained.

While the rowdy children survived the chaotic and ‘scary’ game, the atmosphere grew more uneasy when kids started taking turns hitting a piñata full of sweets.

When it finally broke, spilling candy onto the grass, all 12 youngsters went into a frenzy diving over each other trying to get their hands on the treats.

Host Alison Langdon (pictured with Dr Justin Coulson) joked that 'it's everyone for themselves when there are lollies involved'

Host Alison Langdon (pictured with Dr Justin Coulson) joked that ‘it’s everyone for themselves when there are lollies involved’

When the piñata finally broke, spilling candy onto the grass, all 12 youngsters went into a frenzy diving over each other trying to get their hands on the treats (pictured)

When the piñata finally broke, spilling candy onto the grass, all 12 youngsters went into a frenzy diving over each other trying to get their hands on the treats (pictured)

‘It’s everyone for themselves when there are lollies involved,’ host Alison Langdon joked.

‘Right now, they just want to win. There’s no empathy, there’s no perspective, there’s no compassion – it’s just about winning,’ he said. 

‘It’s one of the downsides of competition among young kids.’

Strict parent Andrew yelled to the children ‘you are not animals’ as they continued to pile on top of one another.

Moments later the fiasco turned into an all out food fight with young ones slinging cake at each other, as three-year-old birthday girl Zahra missed out on her own slice.

‘I was stunned when kids grabbed a piece of cake and smashed it into others faces, I was like “wow that’s next level”,’ Andrew said. 

Routine parents Brett (left) and Tony (right) watched on as the party go out of control

Routine parents Brett (left) and Tony (right) watched on as the party go out of control

‘All the kids were just in there tearing the cake apart, unfortunately I think Zahra’s little face was horrified,’ Brett recalled.

‘In retrospect I probably should have given the first piece to Zahra,’ Tony added.

Her father Daniel said ‘she was shattered’ and mother Penny said Brett and Tony ‘missed the mark’.

But when the chaotic event was all said and done Andrew admitted the kids ‘probably had a lot of fun’.

The birthday girl even said she didn’t want to leave when the party was over. 



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