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Street Outlaws Brian Davis Seed of Chucky new race car

STREET OUTLAWS Brian Davis unveils Seed of Chucky race car

More than seven months after totaling his previous race car in a terrifying crash with Street Outlaws co-star Justin “Big Chief Shearer, Brian “Chucky” Davis has finally unveiled his replacement racer, which he has named “Seed of Chucky.” Keep reading for photos and specs on Brian’s new non-Mustang whip straight from him, including when he hopes to have it ready to race!


Who is Jamie Lynn Spears’ husband Jamie Watson?

Tonight, the much-anticipated TLC special When the Lights Go Out offers viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Jamie Lynn Spears and her family. Jamie Lynn and her 8-year-old daughter Maddie are no stranger to the media spotlight, but fans may not be as familiar with Jamie Lynn’s husband, and Maddie’s stepfather, Jamie Watson. So, as a prepper for tonight’s special, we put together a list of facts to help you get to know (Mr.) Jamie a little better!

RETURN TO AMISH Jeremiah Raber movie The Plain People canceled after sexual advancements on actress by cast member


It was announced late last year that Breaking Amish star Jeremiah Raber would be making the transition from the small screen to the big screen as an actor in the Amish-themed horror film The Plain People. But, after more than eight months’ preparation, the filmmakers have announced the project has been canceled because they were forced to release one of the actors for several¬†reasons,¬†including¬†“sexual advancements made to one of the actresses.” Keep reading for the full statement from the movie’s production comapny, as well as for Jeremiah’s reactions.

VIDEO Stanley family reacts to Zachary Gardner not guilty verdict


A local news station spoke with members of the Stanley family after a Tennessee jury found Zachary Gardner not guilty of first degree murder in the stabbing death of Huey “Rocky” Stanley, Jr., stepson of Gypsy Sisters star Nettie Stanley. Keep reading to watch the video, which includes a response from the Assistant Public Defender, who insists the jury’s decision was correct given the letter of the law for self defense in the state of Tennessee.