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Audrey and Jeremy Roloff: Why They REALLY Quit Little People, Big World

Audrey Roloff and Jeremy Roloff drove a metaphorical dagger through the hearts of fans.

They have quit Little People, Big World. They don’t want to be reality stars.

However, Audrey and Jeremy do have a new podcast, titled “Behind The Scenes.”

In the audio series’ second-ever episode, Auj and Jer explain the real reasons for which they quit the show.

They have a whole list, folks.

Some of those reasons are not surprising. Others are.

But they have some very good news for fans who are eager to see them (and their precious baby) on camera again.

Take a look:

1. Auj and Jer have a podcast

Auj and Jer have a podcast
The second episode is titled “Why We Left the Show.”

2. Jeremy spent about half of his life on Little People, Big World

Jeremy spent about half of his life on Little People, Big World
And, as Audrey explains, the show changed over the years as the television industry evolved.

3. Reality TV became a big thing

Reality TV became a big thing
“The dynamic of the show changed for you guys [once reality TV boomed],” Audrey says. “Because it was no longer in the budget for people to sit in your living room and film all day long.”

4. That meant that the show changed, too

That meant that the show changed, too
It became less of a documemtary and focused more on being entertaining in order to remain on the air

5. Of course, the Roloffs were already famous

Of course, the Roloffs were already famous
They had appeared on major talk shows such as Good Morning America and even Oprah.

6. Audrey shares that quitting the show was always the plan

Audrey shares that quitting the show was always the plan
“We almost didn’t film our wedding,” she reveals. “We almost made the decision to stop then, five years ago.”

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Audrey and Jeremy Roloff: Why They REALLY Quit Little People, Big World

Audrey Roloff and Jeremy Roloff drove a metaphorical dagger through the hearts of fans.

They have quit Little People, Big World. They don't want to be reality stars.

However, Audrey and Jeremy do have a new podcast, titled "Behind The Scenes."

In the audio series' second-ever episode, Auj and Jer explain the real reasons for which they quit the show.

They have a whole list, folks.

Some of those reasons are not surprising. Others are.

But they have some very good news for fans who are eager to see them (and their precious baby) on camera again.

Take a look:

1. Auj and Jer have a podcast

Precious roloffs
The second episode is titled “Why We Left the Show.”

2. Jeremy spent about half of his life on Little People, Big World

An embrace for audrey
And, as Audrey explains, the show changed over the years as the television industry evolved.

3. Reality TV became a big thing

Amazing roloff throwback
“The dynamic of the show changed for you guys [once reality TV boomed],” Audrey says. “Because it was no longer in the budget for people to sit in your living room and film all day long.”

4. That meant that the show changed, too

Eye gazing
It became less of a documemtary and focused more on being entertaining in order to remain on the air

5. Of course, the Roloffs were already famous

Jeremy roloff on the insta
They had appeared on major talk shows such as Good Morning America and even Oprah.

6. Audrey shares that quitting the show was always the plan

Audrey jeremy and jackson
“We almost didn’t film our wedding,” she reveals. “We almost made the decision to stop then, five years ago.”

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Jeremy Roloff: Forget Politicians, Only Jesus Can Save You!

Jeremy Roloff does not want to get political

Really, he doesn’t.

But the ex-Little People, Big World star felt a need to speak up this week on Election Day.

With millions and millions of people heading out to their voting locations this past Tuesday, Jeremy took to Instagram and actually discouraged followers from choosing between politicians.

Okay, that’s not entirely true.

But Jeremy definitely did not pull a Taylor Swift and endorse any candidates.

Nor was he one of the many, MANY people who shared their “I Voted” sticker on his social media account.

Instead, Roloff touted the help of his Lord and Savior and suggested that people turn to religion instead of politics if they really want to make a change in their lives.

“The political climate in America is suffocating, no one can deny that,” wrote Jeremy to open his semi-controversial message on November 6, adding by way of reassurance:

“And don’t worry, this isn’t a “political post.” But since it’s vote day, I thought I’d at least acknowledge the chaos.”

It’s more commonly referred to as Election Day, but we’re sorry. Go on, Jeremy…

“As we turn in our ballots today, remember, politics are not our savior, Jesus is,” he wrote, expounding as follows:

“No matter the political lean of your fellow American, treat them with respect. Don’t let your political passion outweigh your human decency.”

Jeremy and his wife, Audrey, have always been very open about their faith and their religion, of course.

The latter recently explained to fans all the lessons that God has taught her over the years.

Along similar lines, this is how Jeremy concluded his Election Day pist:

The tides of cultural morality are just that – tides. But we have a unwavering rock to stand on – the Word of God.

I’m not saying that the answer to measure 101 can be found in Habakkuk; what I’m saying is that we are carrying the name of Christ and His word has a lot to say about how we should conduct ourselves.

We cary His name, so let’s act like it.

Vote, research, stand up for what aches you, but don’t do it at the expense of the real cure – discipleship to Jesus.

It’s an interesting take.

We’re not sure if dedicating one’s life to the teachings of Jesus Christ means you can’t also be politically active, but we at least understand where Jeremy is coming from.

The former TLC star, sadly, will not be returning to Little People, Big World next season.

But he and Audrey have found new forums in which they can express views such as these.

Look for their memoir to be released in early 2019 and for their podcast to even hit your ear buds in the near future.

Find out the name of it HERE!

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Jeremy Vuolo Accused of Cultural Appropriation by His Own Fans

As much as we enjoy photos of Jinger Duggar’s family, this latest photo was weird … and controversial.

Jeremy Vuolo shared a strange image of him with baby Felicity and a Native American tipi.

Followers are accusing him of cultural appropriation.

Jeremy Vuolo shared a curious picture on Instagram.

In the snap, he is holding baby Felicity while being obscured by what looks like fog.

Before them is a miniature tipi (also spelled teepee).

“Time for reflection,” Jeremy captioned the post, as if that explained anything.

It’s unclear if he is referring to the presence of a mirror in the photo.

He may have instead meant, on a more serious note, that he’s reflecting upon Native American culture.

Some fans were confused.

“What is this supposed to mean?” one commenter asks.

Others are worried that he’s misusing another culture’s symbols and traditions.

“If there is a deeper meaning behind this post please do share,” another commenter implores.

“If not,” they continue. “Please know that taking elements of another culture (especially one that has been as mistreated as Native Americans).”

That commenter concludes: “and using them flippantly for your own artistic design is completely inappropriate.”

Followers continued to try to figure out what Jeremy’s post was all about.

“I googled it, guys,” one commenter shares. “And some places are saying November is Native American month.”

“Perhaps as ‘Thanksgiving’ comes it’s a moment to reflect on the atrocities inflicted on the first nations people,” another suggested.

That would be very seasonally appropriate, folks. But others were concerned.

“It’s fairly regularly accepted that cultural appropriation is insensitive,” writes another.

“Benefitting from someone else’s culture,” another writes, is “not OK.”

Some jumped to some very different conclusions about Jeremy’s post.

“Why teepee?” one asked bluntly. “Are you racist too?”

Another jumped to a conclusion on the opposite end of the spectrum.

“Are you Native American?” one asked.

“Hard to understand the meaning of the pic,” another noted. “I am Apache though, so if you are that’s great.”

The Apache nation is not known for tipis.

Tipis are sometimes mistakenly attributed to all Native Americans, but were and are in fact unique to people of the Plains region of North America.

(Tipis are still used for some ceremonies, if no longer used for dwellings)

Native American cultures in other regions used different types of dwellings, including elaborate structures.

It’s understandable that people would be on their guard about Native American cultural heritage being misused by white people.

But one follower commented that this is not what is happening.

“Ya’ll, he is in Oklahoma at a Native American history museum,” the commenter writes. “Chill!!!!”

Tipis are often the subject of misunderstanding.

While tipis are conceptually similar to the European lavvu, they are part of a few Native American cultures and are not for anyone else to misuse.

The Native American cultural heritage more likely to be misused are things like war bonnets and terms like “spirit animal.”

But it doesn’t look like Jeremy Vuolo is doing any of that.

We’re happy to call out cultural appropriation or other wrongdoings when we see it. But that’s not what was happening here.

With context, we see that he was practicising cultural appreciation in a museum.

Let’s save our outrage for the people and actions that deserve it.

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Audrey and Jeremy Roloff Announce New Podcast Name!

Audrey and Jeremy Roloff are no longer cast members on Little People, Big World.

But this doesn't mean you've seen or heard the last from the former TLC personalities.

Far from it, in fact.

Aside from penning a memoir and constantly updating their social media feeds, Audrey and Jeremy will be coming out with a podcast.

They announced this big step several weeks ago, but didn't reveal the name of the planned podcast…. UNTIL NOW!

Audrey has written a lengthy Instagram post in promotion of the endeavor, including with it the highly-anticipated name.

So, what are you waiting for?!? Find out below!

1. Audrey Builds the Hype…

Audrey and jeremy in autumn
She opened the Instagram post that confirmed the name as follows: “As Jer and I were talking about the kind of content that we gravitate to the most, it’s always the behind the scenes stuff. We love when people share the whys and hows of what they do and the struggle behind their success! We want our podcast to feel relatable, real and refreshing. We want it to inspire you, challenge you, relate to you, and defintely make you laugh”

2. Fair Enough. Go On, Auds…

Roloffs near church
“so….we are calling our podcast … BEHIND THE SCENES,” she then announced. Yup, that’s it. Just “Behind the Scenes.” No need for any confusing puns here!

3. Is There an Instagram Page for It Yet?

Happy fourth
Yup. Go ahead and follow @behindthescenespodcast if you so desire.

4. What Can Listeners Expect From It?

They just woke up
Teases Audrey: “We are going to share the messy, honest, unfiltered and not so curated parts of our life. We are going to share the behind the scenes reality of OUR life, AND the lives of the people who inspire us the most!”

5. What Else Can Audrey Say About It?

Jeremy and audrey roloff pic
“We are talking you behind the scenes of our social media feeds, blogs, and ministries. We are going to talk honestly and openly about relationships, family, faith, business and whatever we are learning about, fighting about, or laughing about lately. We’re going to share our failures, struggles, and embarrassing stories.”

6. Come On Over. Be Our Friend.

Happy bday audrey
“We hope this podcast will feel more like an invitation to our dinner table,” continued Audrey. “We’ll share what we are learning, who we are learning from, and our roses and thorns – aka highs and lows – from the week. Think of this podcast as a bunch of bloopers with some truth bombs sprinkled throughout.”

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Jana Duggar: ACTUALLY Dating Jeremy Vuolo’s Brother?!

If you’re a Duggar fan, we certainly don’t need to tell you that Jana Duggar is single.

And if you follow the family closely on social media, then we may not need to tell you about the growing legend of Chuck Vuolo, Jeremy’s hipster brother.

In case you’re unaware, every time Jinger and Jeremy visit his family in Texas, fans absolutely lose their minds over older brother Chuck.

This week, Jeremy posted the above photo in honor of Chuck’s birthday:

“Happy Birthday, big brother! I admire you in so many ways and am grateful to God for you,” Jeremy captioned the pic.

“You’ve already been an amazing uncle to my daughter; I look forward to sharing “’stories of Uncle Chuck’ with her when she’s a bit older. I love you more than I can say. Enjoy the day, bro.”

So we guess Chuck is a bit of a wild card?

Of course, with how squeaky clean Jeremy and his family seem to be “stories of Uncle Chuck” probably include such rebellious behavior as the time he put his lunch money in the collection plate.

Anyway, you may be asking yourself, what does this loose cannon Uncle Chuck have to do with Jana?

Well, you see, Duggar fans are oddly obsessed with the idea of Chuck entering a romantic relationship with Jana Duggar.

It all began when Jeremy posted some pics from a mini family reunion last month.

“Set him up with Jana?” one fan asked.

“I was thinking the same thing too,” echoed another.

“I hope so she’s so sweet!” wrote a third commenter, adding:

“How cute would they be?!” 

Jana courtship rumors surface at the rate of about one per month, and it seems like October will be entirely devoted to Chuck.

Some fans are now convinced that Jana and Chuck are actually courting — and as far as we can tell this is based on nothing other than the fact that they have yet to publicly state that they’re not.

Maybe those fans are onto something.

After all, with this many members of the Duggar family involved, it seems like someone would clear the air and issue some sort of statement.

Of course, it’s much more possible that Jana is still single and everyone involved is just enjoying a little free publicity.

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Jeremy Roloff Gets Daddy-Shamed for the Dumbest Reason Ever

Move over, mommy-shaming and fat-shaming.

It’s time to make room for very awful daddy-shaming.

Isn’t that right, Jeremy Roloff

The former Little People, Big World star was on the receiving end of some ridiculous backlash this week after he shared what appears to be a simple and harmless photo of himself and his one-year old daughter, Ember.

The picture was snapped in Nashville and captioned as follows:

Spent a few days in Nashville and now we’re in Franklin, TN. Such a lovely town.

Although it reminds me of Bend – almost too popular to enjoy now! But still, a beautiful town and we always enjoy our time down here.

The people are great and the hospitality is noticed! P.S. If we took a photo with you at some point – tag us so we can see it!

The image itself, meanwhile, simply features Jeremy tossing his infant up in the air:

WHEEEE, right?

Apparently not.

More like, WTH, according to some misguided and cruel trolls.

“Idiot. She’s not a circus act,” one person actually wrote in the comments, while another chimed in with;

Wow. Be careful throwing your kid like that.”

A third person warned the ex-TLC personality about shaken baby syndrome, while a fourth suggested that this move is harmful to “little brains.”

We have no idea what to even say here.

Nearly every parent alive has thrown his or her into the air in this sort of manner.

The kid is never more than, like a foot above the parent’s hands outstretched hands and always falls very easily and comfortably back into place.

(We can’t believe we actually need to spell this out for some people.)

Thankfully, a number of social media users leaped to Jeremy’s defense and called out his critics for being, well… complete morons.

“Accidents can happen doing anything,” explained one individual “Can’t stop living life because ur scared to actually have fun. Most babies like being tossed in the air, so take a seat.”

For the record, Ember is doing just fine.

Jeremy shared plenty of other photos from this same trip, as he and his daughter and wife enjoyed their time visiting Tennessee.

Speaking of that wife, Audrey Roloff can relate to what her husband is now going through.

She’s heard it from followers in the past for the kind of outfits in which she placed Ember and even for the kind of outfit she once wore to the doctor’s office.

We’re not kidding. This actually happened.

Overall, Jeremy and Audrey frequently post pictures of themselves and their child.

They gush over her every chance they get.

They come across as caring and as loving as two parents can possibly be.

Jeremy has not yet responded to this dumb criticism and we hope he never does.

Just enjoy every second you have with that 13-month old bundle of joy, man. She’s precious.

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