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
2. Jeremy spent about half of his life on Little People, Big World
3. Reality TV became a big thing
4. That meant that the show changed, too
5. Of course, the Roloffs were already famous
6. Audrey shares that quitting the show was always the plan
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These days, Jinger and her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, are loving their lives as new parents and sharing every moment of that joy on social media.
Perhaps it's because Jinger and Jeremy live in Laredo, Texas, far away from the rest of the Duggar clan in Arkansas.
Or perhaps it's because Jinger has harbored a lifelong love of photography.
Whatever the reason, the pics of little Felicity just keep coming, and fans can't get enough.
Take a look:
1. Jinger, Jeremy, Felicity
2. Felicity In Black and White
3. Felicity’s Parents
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We have some good news, Little People, Big World fans:
You may not need to say goodbye to Jeremy and Audrey Roloff after all.
Back in July, of course, the beloved twosome stunned fans of this TLC series by announcing they would not be returning for Season 14.
Jeremy said in his statement that this decision had actually been reached about a year earlier, telling followers on Instagram:
It has been an amazing run, and I can’t say thank you enough to all of you who have watched and supported us along the ride. We have the most loyal fans on TV and we appreciate every one of you.
You are what made doing this so fun.
We will still be supporting the family as they carry the #LPBW torch onward. This is a decision concerning Audrey and me specifically – the show must go on.
And Matt has now confirmed as much: the show WILL be going on.
The patriarch tells Soap Dirt that filming for Season 14 is underway, and that viewers likely have actually NOT seen the last of Jeremy and Audrey.
Cameras were on hand for Matt’s recent birthday party, for example, and these two were in attendance, so… “that’s a little tip for you there,” Matt said.
He explained that Jeremy and Audrey are not on the “filming schedule,” but they are very much around at times and aren’t about to hide from TLC.
“They’ll participate in the family events,” he says simply.
That’s nice to know, isn’t it?
Roloff admitted in this same interview that mentioned that his son and daughter-in-law dropping out of the show was quite a “twist to the whole thing, but TLC decided to go forward.
And why not, he continues?
“They’ve got Zach and Tori, and Amy and myself” as cast members, even noting “Caryn and Chris” in a reference to his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, and Amy Roloff’s boyfriend, Chris Marek (below).
It sounds as if both will have significant roles on Season 14.
As for when new episodes may air?
Matt doesn’t know.
He says he heard the spring at one point, but it’s possible he and his loved ones may be back on our small screens prior to that.
Either way, they remain a huge part of our lives, frequently sharing photos and messages on social media.
For example, did you see how the Roloff celebrated the start of pumpking season at their farm this week?
Click below to find out!
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The Pretty Little Mamas have been getting their fair share of hate online ever since the series debuted last week.
But things took a crazy turn on Pretty Little Mamas Season 1 Episode 2 when this Pretty Little Liars and Teen Mom mash-up threw some Mean Girls into the mix.
Nikki, who was still upset at the way Nicole treated her and her friends, dropped the bomb that there were a bunch of “burn book” websites that dragged Nicole through the mud.
The person who told Nikki all about it was Nicole’s cousin. What happened to family first? That thought seemed to be lost on the cousin who told Nikki that Nicole’s father managed to get most of the websites shut down.
There was still one site floating around the internet, and it did not exactly paint Queen B Nicole in the best light.
Nikki took this news to Cheyenne, who subsequently took the news to Nicole. Nikki wanted to be the one to tell Nicole, presumably to try and get back in her good books.
But for Nicole, this was yet another heinous act from Nikki. Nicole felt like Nikki was trying to sabotage her by not telling her about the website first.
Nicole went on to say that Nikki was just as bad as the person who wrote the website. The reason? Because Nikki should have told her about it.
Nicole is just one of those reality stars who thinks everything is about her. She’s the Kristin Cavallari of this narrative.
When Nikki finally got to meet up with Nicole, she seemed ecstatic to get to tell the Queen B everything. Oh yes, Nikki had no idea Cheyenne already told their friend about it.
What followed was the verbal beat down of Nikki. This tame reality series graduated into the big leagues with Nicole yelling at Nikki about being trash for not going to her first.
All poor Nikki could do was sit down and accept the fact that she was never going to be part of this mean girl’s clique ever again.
The final few minutes were some of the craziest to hit reality TV in quite some time, but the true test will be whether the series can maintain the momentum.
We are so in if Nikki goes on a plan to knock Nicole off her pedestal.
Aside from that, there’s not much to like about this series. The stars desperately trying to ramp up the action for the cameras.
It feels forced, awkward and scripted all at the same time.
What are your thoughts on this show?
Hit the comments below.
Pretty Little Mamas continues Thursday on MTV.