Lilly shared the picture above on Instagram, adding, “I want to take a moment to say that I have in fact ended my relationship with my fiancé. He is a great man, and I wish him the best in life. After being with someone that lied to and cheated on me, it was so nice to be with someone as honest and loving as he was. For the first time in my life, I truly felt loved, appreciated, and respected. I will forever cherish our time together for those reasons, and so many more.”
You know, I used to think couples who swam in power plant pollution infested waters together stayed together, but now I’m not so sure. I mean, look at what has become of Leah Calvert and Jeremy Calvert. First, Leah‘s hookup with Robbie Kidd was caught on a deer cam. Then, Jeremy‘s wife, that would be Leah in case you don’t have your Teen Mom 2 flowchart handy, and Jeremy’s new Leah, that would be Brittany Musick, compared pictures of Jeremy’s peen.
And, um, we have a match!
Leah first reached out to Brittany on Twitter. Needless to say, that exchange didn’t go well. Brittany called Leah a home wrecker and defended her decision to get to know Jeremy after he pursued her on Facebook. “I just heard about their divorce and he confirmed it,” she said. “So why not talk to him and chill? You’re never promised tomorrow.” At some point, however, Leah and Brittany exchanged texts. As well as a pic of Little Jeremy. Is nothing sacred anymore?
Kyle opened up about Brandi‘s insults in a recent interview. “I honestly don’t listen to one thing she says anymore,” she insisted. “If she had said something like this a few years ago, I would have been upset, hurt, and so offended, but now I feel like I don’t pay attention to one thing that comes out of her mouth.”
Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite family photos from the past few weeks.
Yolanda took to her blog to share her thoughts – then and now – about Bella. “Sharing this personal parenting story with you is a very sensitive subject,” she said, “but I felt it was important for you to hear it from me.”
“When my phone rang and I heard David’s voice, I knew in my gut something was really wrong,” Yolanda recalled. “My adrenaline started rushing through my body, and the greatest panic attack of my life set in, like a train ran over my heart. ‘DUI….’, ‘drinking and driving,…’, OMG, what if she had hurt someone?! What if she had crashed and gotten killed?! My ‘what if’ button went from zero to ten in a split second, because my greatest fear is to lose any of my children in a car accident the way I lost my father when I was only seven years old.”