Where's Josh Duggar?!
However, RadarOnline has since reported that the 19 Kids and Counting star has been
[Image via Anna Duggar/Instagram.]
But the reality TV star breaks down in tears in a new video protesting China's barbaric Yulin Dog Meat Festival.
An estimated 10-15,000 dogs are slaughtered and eaten each year during the 10-day festival. There are some reports that pets are even kidnapped from their owners for their meat. How terrible!
Lisa and Ken are outspoken animal rights activists, and his passion really comes through in this video. Ch-ch-check out his (and Giggy's) emotional plea (below):
Lisa echoed her husband's sentiments, telling us exclusively:
"I cannot sleep at night knowing we are condoning this. And we are condoning it if we don't actively fight against it. They beat these poor animals and sever their limbs and inject adrenaline to get more tender meat. It's only been going on for a few years so it's not this ancient tradition we have to put up with. And we shouldn't."
They plan on holding a peaceful protest march to the L.A. Chinese consulate on October 4th, which also happens to be World Animal Day.
We support ending any cruel and barbaric behavior towards any animals. Stop Yulin Forever!
This is just an insanely sickening story.
The former guitarist for Owl City was charged with criminal sexual contact and attempting to lure a 14-year-old girl into sex on Tuesday after an incident that took place in Atlantic City two years ago.
Daniel Jorgensen played guitar, vibraphone, and bass for Adam Young when he performed live, but was fired as soon as the band heard of the allegations.
According to the New Jersey prosecutor, Daniel apparently messaged the teenager online prior to a concert and eventually met up with the girl at a beach.
The musician proceeded to make illegal sexual contact before he tried to get her to go back to his hotel room in order to have sex, but luckily, she declined.
If convicted, Daniel could face up to 11-and-a-half years in prison.
That seems like plenty of time for him to realize what he did was incredibly wrong!
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Candace Cameron Bure was invited to fill Elizabeth Hasselbeck's conservative spot on The View on Tuesday, and, in typical fashion, got into a heated argument with one of her co-hosts.
When the topic of those Oregon bakers who were fined $135,000 for refusing to make a cake for a Lesbian wedding was brought up, Raven-Symoné obviously took issue with the fact that it was even a questionable act.
Candace explains that she thinks refusing service to a same-sex couple isn't wrong because you can choose who you associate with. It almost seems as if ABC put Candace on the show just to clash with Raven.
Michelle Collins was just cast as Rosie Perez's replacement, so hopefully she'll get along better with her fellow panelists.
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