Michael Seewald took to the internet to call Josh out for being a huge hypocrite, writing:
Yikes! He continued to say that Josh essentially dragged God's name through the mud:
[Image via Josh Duggar/Instagram.]
We don't really know how this is going to play out… but we wish them the best of luck!
If you've been following National news at all lately, then you've heard about all of the unrest going on in Baltimore.
Well, one reality TV star has been keeping up with the protests and arrests, and wants to do something about it!
Life coach Iyanla Vanzant from the Oprah Winfrey Network series Iyanla: Fix My Life is about to embark on an uphill battle where she tries to solve all of the Maryland city's problems in a three-night event.
While the show's fifth season doesn't premiere until the Fall, Iyanla and Pastor Jamal Bryant are going to hold a live event at the Empowerment Temple in Baltimore where the pair will try to fix the city.
David Letterman's final show on Wednesday night brought in his biggest ratings since 1994!
That's a major coup in the late night wars for CBS as they said goodbye to the funny man's 33-year late night career.
In fact, the Late Show with David Letterman registered a 4.1 rating in the coveted age 25-54 demographic, and in the 18-49 demographic Letterman logged a 3.1 rating.
Farewell in retirement, David, and congrats on going out on a high note!
[Image via Late Show/YouTube.]
We're so glad she has the strength to tell her story!
Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong has lived a tumultuous life, both on screen and off.
Not only has the 43-year-old witnessed domestic abuse growing up as a child, she experienced it with her late husband Russell Armstrong who committed suicide in 2011.
With all of the chaos surrounding her, the reality TV star confessed in an episode of Oprah: Where Are They Now? — airing this Saturday — that she masked the pain with plastic surgery.
The mother of one revealed:
"I spent the early part of my life trying to become someone that I wasn't and I think a lot of it has to do with the shame and the guilt and all of the things I was carrying from my past."
Taylor has accused Russell of grabbing her, shoving her, pulling her hair, and throwing objects at her.
In regards to her cosmetic surgery, she dishes:
"I got new lips and new breasts and changed my hair, changed my name… It was anything I could do to try to become someone else."
The Kansas-native was born Shana Hughes and prior to her marriage to Armstrong, went by Taylor Ford, a combination of her stepfather's last name, Taylor, and the last name of her idol, designer Tom Ford.
While we are appalled by the abuse she had to go through, we applaud Taylor's honesty and we hope it will give others suffering from domestic violence the strength to rise up from their surroundings.
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Say it ain't so!
After 22 years as the host of the Late Show — it's time to bid David Letterman farewell!
And it seems we're not the only ones struggling with saying goodbye to the TV host.
And who's surprised?! The comedian has clocked in more than 6,000 broadcasts in 33 years while on television. WHOA!!
Since Dave couldn't have EVERY one of his former guests on during his final week, many were forced to say their goodbyes on social media — including Sia, Oprah Winfrey, Bette Midler, Jimmy Fallon, Betty White, Ellen DeGeneres, Conan O'Brien, Backstreet Boys, Maroon 5, Seth Meyers, Mindy Kaling, Foo Fighters, and Andy Cohen, just to name a few.
Ch-ch-check out their touching goodbyes (below)!
It's been two years since Leah Remini made the decision to leave the Church of Scientology — but it seems the actress is still dealing with the fallout!
The King of Queens star discussed her post-Scientology life for Oprah Winfrey's Where Are They Now? Apparently, the brunette beauty made the tough call about the church for the sake of her daughter, Sofia.
"My mother was in Scientology my whole life. Most people don't know that we were raised in it. I didn't decide to get into it — I was brought into it by my mom."
In addition to being brought into the faith by her mother, Leah dedicated over three decades of her life to the controversial organization.