If this is your first week learning of TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting or its star Josh Duggar, you are not off to a great start. Previously troubled by Honey Boo-Boo, the network has officially pulled the reality series from its lineup, following Duggar’s admission of incestuous molestation near of a decade ago.
Casie Adams is addicted to snacking on her late husband’s ashes, sometimes as often as five times a day. Recently widowed, Adams admits on TLC’s ‘My Strange Addiction‘ that she fell into the odd, arguably grotesque habit of dipping her moistened finger into her husband’s cremains and licking off the charred powder and can’t stop doing it.
TLC reality show (and guilty pleasure) ‘Toddlers & Tiaras’ chronicles the sometimes controversial world of child beauty pageants and one its tiny stars, like season two breakout Little Eden Wood. Confessional footage of the six year old complaining about the discomforts of hairspray was slowed down, making this normally cute kid a bit creepy.
If you thought the Duggar family couldn’t get any bigger, think again: According to PEOPLE, Josh and Anna Duggar welcomed their second child Wednesday – a baby boy, weighing 8 lbs., 5 oz.
The couple, aged 23 and 22, respectively, did not release the name of their son, though they did say that it stars with the letter M.
As you might have heard by now, there's a big giant wedding taking place on Friday and it'll be broadcasted for the entire world to watch.
We're talking, of course, about the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton - an affair so big, you can bet your royal chariot that every major news organization in their right mind will show up to cove it.
That's good news for you, since it means you'll be able to watch the festivities, too. Find out how after the jump.