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.]
Just like Hannah Spears, even the White House pup is a Twitter star!
The White House tweeted the cutest pic of the first dog, Bo Obama, showing off his well-manicured coat, which makes him look like he's wearing a formal tuxedo.
And look how regal he is waiting patiently to play fetch on the Presidential seal!
Speaking of which, did someone say "fetch?"
Believe it or not, Bo is a fan of the Lindsay Lohan flick! Just look at what he tweeted!
Why, why, why is that ban necessary?!
At the women in the Ukraine that gross?
Banning bears from bars is like banning sharks from swimming pools, or Lindsay Lohan from a movie set!! If you have to ban man-eating creatures from a establishment it probz needs to be closed, knocked down to the ground, and turned into a parking lot and eventually an urban legend.
Tuesday Sissy Spacek and her daughter/actress Schuyler Fisk were spotted shopping in El Lay with their super cute pooch.
Maybe Sissy is putting in some mommy time after suggesting LiLo - and not her daughter - play the lead in the re-make of her classic film Carrie.
Earlier this week Sis said remake of the horror remake:
"I read about it and I was very flattered because they ran a picture of me and of Lindsay Lohan. I was like, 'Oh my God, she's really a beautiful girl' and so I was very flattered. I was also flattered that they were casting someone to look like me instead of the real Carrie described in the book. It's gonna be real interesting."
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Animal rights protesters won South Korea! (Sorry Lindsay)
The country's capital city has told Italian fashion house Fendi to remove all fur items from a show of its Fall/Winter collection due to complaints from animal rights groups, officials said Monday.
A spokesman for the city government said:
"We have received complaints from animal rights activists and saw negative public opinion on the Internet… we can't let such a controversial thing be staged at a public property."
The Italian firm said city officials last week threatened to cancel the event unless all fur items were removed from the catwalk.
Fendi's statement said the design house had difficulty understanding the decision and had spent months preparing. It added it would continue negotiations.
[Image via Ramey Pix.]