I think we could all use a break from this whole Duggargate thing, and what better distraction could there be than a brand new Magic Mike XXL movie poster with five shirtless dancing super-hunks?
Although TLC has not issued any statements on the fate of 19 Kids and Counting, the network let their actions speak today by pulling episodes from the upcoming schedule and removing Jim Bob and Michelle Duggars’ picture from the website homepage.
Even though the critics of the Duggar family have been (rightfully) vocal since Josh Duggar admitted to molesting several young girls when he was a teenager, there are also many supporters. Among them is presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, who used some questionable logic to defend the family.
Kim Kardashian said she’s tired of hearing questions about what she actually does for a living. Now, she’s trying to set the record straight — while daring ordinary earth dwellers to attempt to keep up with her schedule.
The day after a newly unsealed police report showed 19 Kids and Counting‘s Josh Duggar was accused of molesting five underage girls when he was a teenager, the aftershocks are continuing. Find out about the latest developments, including the reaction from one victim.
Jeremiah Raber says Breaking Amish is 60 percent real, selling Amish themed e-juice flavors for e-cigs
Breaking Amish bad boy Jeremiah Raber will be returning to TLC along with all of the other original cast members (except Sabrina) for a fourth, and reportedly last, season on May 31. The 35-year-old father of three recently sat down with Blastzone Online and talked about how he originally got on the show, what fans can expect this season, and how much of Breaking Amish is actually unscripted. Plus, check out this Amish entrepreneur’s (Amtrepreneur?) latest business venture: a line of e-juices for vaporizers with Amish-themed flavors like Bishop’s Choice!
No boyeee!!! Clock-necklaced rapper, reality star, and former fried chicken restauranteur Flavor Flav was back behind bars today after a Nevada Highway Patrolman pulled him over for speeding down the freeway in Las Vegas just after midnight. After that, things escalated quickly, as Flav piled up a slew of charges!
Following the publication of a 2006 police report that detailed sexual molestation accusations against Josh Duggar, the question is whether TLC will cancel the show–especially in light of how they handled last year’s Here Comes Honey Boo Boo controversy.