Ever since the fallout from her Feb 7th Malibu car accident, which left one woman dead at the scene, Caitlyn Jenner has been battling a wrongful death suit and potential charges of vehicular manslaughter. The wrongful death suit, originally brought about by victim Kim Howe’s adult stepchildren, was thrown out of court.
We can’t say that we didn’t see this one coming. After word got out about Josh Duggar molesting his sisters (and others) many years ago, and along with the fact that Jim Bob and Michelle hid it from authorities, TLC decided after much consideration that it would be best for them to cancel 19 Kids and Counting. However, since the news of the show’s demise broke, there have also been rumors floating around claiming that the Duggar girls could be getting their own show.
Well, turns it out it was not a rumor. Yep, TLC announced recently that both Jill (Duggar) Dillard and Jessa (Duggar) Seewald will be starring in their very own series special. While we are sure that this will make some fans very happy, we’re also certain that others are not going to be so happy about this news. Which side are you on?
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Watch out Meghan Edmonds! The Kardashiansare hot on your trail with some cancer testing of their own. Alas, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars have just a teensy bit more social media presence than Mrs. Edmonds the Third, so their “journey” might just overshadow the RHOC storyline that almost was not.
On Tuesday of this week, TMZ reports that Kris Jenner joined her daughters Khloeand Kim Kardashian on a trip to Pathway Genomics in San Diego with Botched doctor Dr. Paul Nassif (huh?), to undergo genetic testing for BRCA1, a mutation that may cause ovarian and breast cancer in some people. This is the same testing Angelina Jolie underwent before she opted for a preventative double mastectomy.
Now that we’re heading into the home stretch of this season’s Real Housewives of Orange County, it’s apparently not all Aries parties and Woo-Hoo-ing for (former?) besties Shannon Beador and Vicki Gunvalson. Though she stayed loyal to Vicki and her many delusions aboutBrooks Ayers despite the ladies’ growing skepticism of Brooks’ cancer status, Shannon revealed her own skepticism this week’s episode. Which has led to a more serious rift in their friendship since then, says Shannon.
Shannon argues that she was “loyal to a T” when it came to defending Vicki all season on RHOC. But she told E! News in an interview this week, “When you’re my friend, you’re my friend for life. It’s just that there were so many different, inconsistent stories.”
The subject of maintaining a healthy weight is an important one in the little people community, as we’ve seen on Little Women: LA for the past three seasons. Back issues, bone development, and metabolism for given height/weight ratios are topics of concern – and much discussion – of the show’s stars, and the little people community at large. Former LWLA hubby Erik, like many little people, has struggled with his own weight in the past. Yesterday Erik shared the above pic on Instagram, stating, “Everyone has their own story of where they’ve been & where they are headed. Here is mine…. This is 6 years in the making & I’m not done. I still have work to do to accomplish my goals. This was at my heaviest 221.5 pounds. As of today I’ve lost a total of 95 pounds.”
Yay, babies! After a bit of a rough road to motherhood, Little Women LA‘s former castmate Traci Harrison Tsou seems to be in full celebration mode at the baby shower her bestie and costar of LWLA, Terra Jole, threw for her this past weekend. Terra posted the above pic on Instagram yesterday, joking, “Someone has a bow hat going on large from her baby shower!”
In anticipation of the party, Traci tweeted Sunday, “#BabyShower Day!! Cant wait to celebrate #BabyTsou with my closest friends. Thank you @TerraJole for hosting. You’re the best! Love u.” An outpouring of support from fans followed Traci’s post.