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Back in February, Audrey Roloff wrote three sentences about Jeremy Roloff.
It was part of the hashtag movement titled “#3sentencelovestory,” or else we’re sure Audrey could have written many more.
Now, along similar lines, the Little People, Big World star has posted an extra special selfie of her and her husband, including with its a detailed explanation of just why it’s so very special.
“This was a pivotal day in our love story,” wrote Audrey to open her caption, adding in further detail:
“It signified the end of friend-zone, and the day that fanned the spark of our love into a captivating flame.”
Whoa there, Auds! TMI Alert!
We’re just kidding.
That’s actually a very sweet and poetic sentence…and also an appropriate one, considering the couple has named its daughter Ember and that word is typically associated with a flame.
“I remember every single detail that proceeded this selfie as if it happened yesterday,” Roloff continued, prior to listing said details as follows:
Jeremy putting on the science goggles for the day’s adventure because he thought it would be funny, our frizzed curls, my eyes growing wider and my knees growing weaker, deep talks and silent walks, the taste of sun-warmed cherries, and the sound of the coyotes echoing through the rolling hills of Helvetia.
It was the day I became Daisy Braids.
Audrey and Jeremy got married on September 20, 2014.
As Audrey explains above, the stars were just friends for awhile before things turned hotter, heavier and, we presume, sexier.
They now have a precious eight-month old daughter and one of the most stable marriages on television.
Heck, Jeremy and Audrey even have a book in the works that outlines their romantic history and offers advice to others lookingto find love or maintain love.
We can’t wait to read it.
“Although this is not my FIRST Instagram post, in lieu of nostalgia, I just had to share it,” concluded Audrey in her caption.
(We’re pretty sure she doesn’t know the meaning of the phrase “in lieu of,” based on the way she used it here. But we’ll let that slide.)
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If this is true, here’s what we want to know:
Would you watch a spinoff that centers around Audrey and Jeremy?
That’s a pretty great idea, is it not?!?
Someone get TLC on the phone!
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"I'm falling in love with you."
More than one person on The Bachelorette Season 14 can be heard uttering this phrase in the epic trailer airing after Monday's premiere.
We may know how Becca's season ends, thanks to The Bachelorette spoilers, but man alive, it's going to be a wild ride getting there.
You don't need Bachelorette spoilers to tell you that hardcore making out, exotic vacations and massive amounts of drama lie ahead.
Just because you know it's coming doesn't make it any less entertaining, though. Nor does it make Becca less beautiful to gaze upon.
Judging by this four-minute super-tease, the men are bringing their A-games and then some as they seek to sweep Ms. Kufrin off her feet.
(Let's just hope she doesn't read Garrett Yrigoyen's social media pages, and that the rumors of him hollering at Tia Booth aren't true.)
Anyway, the Midwestern beauty is "beyond happy" to be The Bachelorette, she tells us, adding that she's "glowing from the inside out."
How long will that last?
Not that long, apparently.
"What am I doing?" Kufrin sobs, on a hotel bed, teasing fans with this shocking claim: "Like, he literally just did what Arie did to me."
Arie Luyendyk, Jr., of course, proposed to Becca on the finale of The Bachelor, only to dump her shortly after in a raw, uncut scene.
Yeah. It was that bad.
While we don't anticipate an exact repeat of that ridiculousness, there is talk of Lincoln being a "pathological liar" and/or a "manipulator."
Moreover, Jordan is accused of being there (wait … wait for it … ) for the wrong reasons, i.e. to further his modeling career.
"It’s funny you think I’m a joke, because attached to me is professionality is my face," Jordan warns his cohorts … incoherently.
Controversial Colton Underwood, meanwhile, is this season's Ashley Iaconetti, supposedly. We're saying that he's never boned before.
Like for reals. Not even once.
Some of the other guys aren't buying his virginal status, but that's not the only questionable thing about the contestants' antics.
Evidently, Becca gets burned by somebody, and she sets out to rid the field of any remaining liars so this doesn't happen again.
Who was the guilty party?
“I’m so pissed because I’m only asking for honesty from you guys, that’s all I want," says Becca in a heartfelt scene in the trailer.
"And to not get that I feel so disrespected and so upset with him. And it scares me. But if anyone else can’t be honest with me?"
"From here on out I don’t want you here."
There you have that. Don't mess with this girl's heart. As for the ambulance and someone being wheeled out on a stretcher?
No idea what the hell went on there, but Chris Harrison has teased the most ridiculous fight in series history, so there's that.
And finally, the coup de grace:
Becca is in love with two men!
“Really the most tragic part of this is I’m in love with two guys," Becca admits "I don't think anything can prepare you for this."
Nothing can. Nothing except 22 previous seasons of The Bachelor and 13 iterations of The Bachelorette when this occurred.
You can't blame her, though.
The 28-year-old explained that the point is to find love, and with dozens of men pining for you, it can be hard to pick just one.
"I did develop really strong feelings for a couple of them and I did fall for two guys at the end, yes," she said earlier this month.
"Until you're in this position, you don't realize how much pressure there really is, and how difficult it is to navigate certain relationships."
"Because if you're doing it right, you should be developing feelings for multiple people to really sift through every [one]."
Well, when you put it that way.
No matter who she picks, it should be a step up from Arie. Just saying. Check out the dramatic season preview below …
Reality stars are often derided for their laziness and encouraged to “get a real job”, but it’s hard to imagine anyone having more irons in the fire than Kailyn Lowry.
Kail is a mother of three (obvi), a reality star (also obvi), a bestselling author, a podcast host, and a social media trendsetter.
And now it looks like she’ll be killing two birds with one stone as she cashes in on yet another lucrative gig while simultaneously looking for love.
“I’m going on a dating show next week,” Kail revealed on a recent episode of her Coffee Convos podcast.
She didn’t go into specifics, but on Thursday, she tweeted that she’d touched down in Los Angeles.
Naturally, fans are dying of curiosity:
Is this some sort of one-off thing, where Kail will appear in a single episode of celebrity dating series?
Is this one of those VH1 deals where a bunch of stars live in a house and have casual sex for three weeks?
(Unlikely, as that’s not really Kail’s style, and she probably wouldn’t relish being away from her kids for so long.)
Or is this an entirely new project that will focus completely on Kail’s love life?
(Also unlikely, as such a show would probably film closer to Kail’s home, and as we said, the girl’s already got quite a lot on her plate.)
Whatever the case, Kail fans are understandably psyched.
Not only will they get more of their favorite Teen Mom mom, but they’ve been rooting for Kail to find the right man for at least the past two years, and they might finally get to see her find love.
Interestingly, news of the dating show comes on the heels of Kail saying that she’s done with dating.
“More kids, yes. But more dads, no,” Lowry told Radar Online in a recent interview.
She elaborated that she’d like to have at least one more child, but imagines she’ll do so via artificial insemination.
It’s not hard to see why Kail might not be so big on the idea of romance.
Her relationship with Chris Lopez ended badly while she was still pregnant with her third son, Lux.
And we don’t need to tell you that it hasn’t always been smooth sailing with Kail and her ex-husband, Javi Marroquin.
Earlier this year, Kail and Javi reconciled briefly, but he abruptly called it quits to get back together with Lauren Comeau.
But fortunately it looks like Kail’s not giving up on love – and even better, she’s taking fans along on her search for Mr. Right.
Watch Teen Mom 2 online for more on the hectic life of Ms. Lowry.
As a contestant on The Bachelor, Becca Kufrin faced a horrible, brutal breakup — after getting engaged. Because Arie changed his mind.
But, as she confirms in this video, apparently Becca fell in love with two different suitors.
Those who follow The Bachelorette Spoilers know that Becca is engaged … but is she doomed to repeat Arie's mistakes?
Arie and Becca's brutal breakup was agonizing to watch, and it must have been so much worse for her to experience.
But … it did make her into the next Bachelorette. That, at least, is something.
But now that Becca has confirmed her engagement, she is dropping another bombshell.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Becca reveals that she didn't immediately latch onto a clear winner.
And when she did fall in love, it was with more than one man.
Becca admits that her heart was torn:
"I did develop really strong feelings for a couple of them."
Strong feelings for a few of them, sure.
But she says that she fell in love with two.
"And I did fall for two guys at the end, yes"
Interesting that she says at the end. We always know that the final breakups are the hardest, but we don't know what it all came down to with Becca.
If she loved two men equally but could only pick one … did she just flip a coin? Choose the one with the best last name?
Becca does admit that this experience has opened her eyes to the difficulty that Arie must have endured.
"Until you're in this position, you don't realize how much pressure there really is."
Dating is complicated. Dating two dozen men on reality television is … well, dozens of times more so.
"And how difficult it is to navigate certain relationships."
She says that no one who is the lead on a show like hers should only catch feelings for a single contestant.
"Because if you're doing it right, you should be developing feelings for multiple people."
Yeah, that's like deciding the winner in round one. It's not honest.
She says that it's important:
"To really sift through every personality, every relationship, to exhaust the ones that aren't right for you."
Some in the Bachelor Nation fear that Arie's callous, on-air breakup will be repeated.
But it is difficult to imagine Becca, who has lived through that heartbreak herself, as the culprit.
it's entirely possible that someone, somewhere down the line, will do their own version of what Arie did to Becca.
What we have to wonder — and this seems more realistic to us — is if Becca will pull, not an Arie, but a Ben Higgins.
Remember back in 2016 when Ben told both Lauren Bushnell and JoJo Fletcher that he loved them? Right there on camera?
Will Becca come right out and say the L-word to both of the men for whom she falls head over heels?
The subject of Bachelors and Bachelorettes falling in love with multiple people isn't surprising.
As a growing number of people have come to realize, some people work better in relationships of more than two. Polyamory is on the rise and acceptance is growing.
Some fans wonder when the time will finally come when a leading man or leading woman will get to pick their top two.
But, realistically, it's a contest, and fans would revolt if an entire season of competition ends in what works out to be a tie.
Polyamory may be great for plenty of people in real life, and could even play well on television, but not on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette.
Although fans have tweeted before that Bachelor in Paradise could be an ideal place for polyamorous relationships to blossom.
For now, though, we can all look forward to Becca's season beginning — on Monday.
Let's hope that she makes the right decisions and gets the man that she deserves.
Audrey Roloff has sometimes been accused of exploiting her religion for the same of commercialism.
At times, she has shared a lengthy message about her faith on Instagram… only to then link to her online store and/or ask followers to purchase something.
It can come across as a bit phony and very tacky.
But the Little People, Big World star has not done that in her latest Instagram message.
It’s heartfelt and personal and profound… seemingly just to be heartfelt and personal and profound.
“God is more concerned with what he’s doing in me than what he’s doing through me,” Audrey noted to open her post, adding:
“It got me thinking more about who I am supposed to BE and less about what I am supposed to DO.”
This is not such an entirely point from the one Roloff made when she said Jesus wants you to get off Instagram and just go out and enjoy life.
“What is it with our obsession with busyness?” asks Audrey, explaining herself as follows:
“And why is it that our capacity for multitasking is usually met with praise? What if the amount of stuff that we are DOing, is consequently robbing us of BEing…”
It’s a fair question, right?
Think of all the people out there who brag about working 80 hours per week or something?
Why is this impressive? Why should these folks not be more proud of themselves for sitting back, spending time with those who love more often and appreciating their lives?
“What if God wants to rewire our hearts and life to DO less, and BE more! What if all our “doing” is making it harder for us to see who He has called us to BE?”
Audrey and husband Jeremy, of course, do sort of make a living off the phrase “Always More.”
It’s the name of their clothing line and its tagline (“Always Believe in the More That is Within You”) jibes with this general theme of Audrey’s.
She often tries to encourage followers to reflect more than to act; she espouses strong self-esteem and strong faith at all times.
This is how she closed her Instagram caption in this case:
As I was reading late last night the “be” words in scripture started standing out as if the Holy Spirit was highlighting them. “BE patient, BE still, BE thankful, BE compassionate, BE joyful, BE faithful, BE fearless…”
Then it hit me… God takes more delight in my “to-be” list than my “to-do” list….
What’s on your “to-be” list! Who and what has God called you to BE?
What do you think of Roloff’s message here?
Important and helpful? Or a bunch of hogwash?