Are the Duggars separated? Far from it: though controversy continues to bewilder the former stalwarts of huge family reality TV, the Duggars are adding a fresh member to their ranks, thanks to Jim Bob and Michelle's adoption of a 20th child. Read on for the details–and the reaction!
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It was announced this week that 22-year-old Jinger Duggar is officially courting Jeremy Vuolo -- a tall, dark, and handsome 28-year-old former professional soccer player born and raised just outside of Philadelphia. Jeremy is now an ordained pastor who is very open about his sinful past during his sermons. He talks about drinking, partying, and lusting during his high school and college years, including one regretful incident that landed him in jail! UPDATE - Now includes a detailed account of exactly what happened from the original police report!
Jinger Duggar is courtin' y'all! The 22-year-old Duggar daughter is officially dating 28-year-old Jeremy Vuolo, a graduate of Syracuse University who has played soccer for multiple professional teams in the United States and Europe. Wait, what?! Keep reading for all the details, including a video announcement from Jinger and Jeremy (Jingeremy?) as well as lots of info on Jeremy's background!
An unexpected Josh Duggar update sees the former reality TV star and political activist accused of yet more underaged sexual assault–and, this time, the alleged victim is not a family member. The woman says she will not press charges against Josh Duggar, but wants the world to know what he did. Read on to see her story.
It's been two months since former 19 Kids and Counting star Josh Duggar completed a seven-month stint at a faith-based rehab facility to help with his pornography addiction and infidelity issues. On Friday, Josh and his wife, Anna Duggar, issued a joint statement on Josh's progress since leaving rehab, including that the two "have been working with a professional marriage and family counselor to take important steps toward healing."
This week's episode of Jill & Jessa: Counting On was #StraightOuttaTontitown, as DWA (Duggaz Wit Attitudes) founding member MC Ben Seewald spit some rhymes with rapper Flame for a track titled "Believe It." As a special bonus, Ben Jay-Zwald is joined on the track by his son, Spurgeon. Keep reading to check out the video, which isn't nearly as bad as it sounds -- it's worse!
As we reported last week, advertisers are bailing left and right on TLC's new 19 Kids & Counting spin-off series Jill & Jessa: Counting On because of the Josh Duggar scandals. So, given the fact that most folks that would be offended by companies advertising on the show would never actually watch the show (right?), we though we would update everyone on which companies are still buying advertising during the hour-long program.
The return of the Duggar family to TLC in the form of the new series Jill & Jessa: Counting On appeared to be a huge success for the network as the ratings have nearly equaled that of its predecessor before its cancellation last year. But, those huge numbers may not equate to success for TLC as a very long list of recognizable brands are pulling their advertisements from the show due to customer outrage. Keep reading for a list of these companies with some of their statements.