"19 Kids & Counting" star Michelle Duggar offered advice about motherhood for her two married daughters, Jill and Jessa, in a new blog post on Monday.
"Well, I think it'll probably be the same advice I give to any other new mom, except for the fact that I will be saying, 'Now, if you need a babysitter, you know grandma is just down the road, and I'd be so happy to help you whenever you need a date night with your sweetie!'" Michelle wrote.
As the mother of 19 children, and a grandmother of three, Michelle has a lot of experience and advice to offer her daughters. Jill and husband Derick are expecting their first child, a son, in March. Jessa and Ben are newlyweds and have taken the same vow as the rest of their family to accept any and all children God blesses them with. Rumors have circulated that Jessa could become pregnant on her honeymoon, the same as Jill. more >>
"Dancing With the Stars" kicked off its two-night season finale on Monday, Nov. 24 with two turns on the dance floor for remaining finalists Bethany Mota, Janel Parrish, Alfonso Ribeiro, and Sadie Robertson. Each celebrity performed two dances with their pro partners— one was a repeat performance of a routine from the season chosen by one of the judges, and another was a freestyle number. At the end of the night, one pair will be eliminated, and the three remaining couples will be back on Tuesday, but only one will be awarded the Mirror Ball Trophy.
Here's a recap of the performances:
Bethany Mota and Derek Hough- total score 76 more >>
In the latest showing of "The Flash" Season 1, episode 6 titled "The Flash is Born," fans were able to witness Barry Allen/Flash (Grant Gustin) broke the sound barrier in order to vanquish a steel solid enemy who happened to be a bully back in Barry's school days.
As revealed, Tony Woodward is another metahuman who was imbued with superhuman strength and high resistance from harm, including bullets. He also was Barry's childhood bully.
When the two met, the Flash was instantly subdued with the immense attack and defense power of the villain. On one occasion, Barry was severely damaged and had to return to S.T.A.R. labs to recuperate. more >>
With the winter finale of the hit crime fighting TV series "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." already coming to a close, the show also gets even more intense as Coulson (Clark Gregg) and his team moves forward to accomplish their mission in obtaining the "ultimate weapon."
According to spoiler reports, the agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will discover the ancient city before HYDRA does. However, to fully uncover the secrets laid behind the walls, the team must have to make an "ultimate sacrifice."
Adding to their problems, Whitehall (Reed Diamond) is going after Raina (Ruth Negga). May (Ming-Na Wen) and Skye (Chloe Bennet) set forth to reach the target before the enemy does. more >>
Rob Bell, former megachurch pastor and bestselling author, will finally have his new self-help show premiere on the Oprah Winfrey Network next month, just a few days before Christmas.
A press release from OWN claims that on "The Rob Bell Show," the Christian author "shines a bright light on the topics we most want to talk about but don't know where to begin."
"The special focuses on the universal desire to create a life of meaning, hope, and joy –- making peace with your past, living and thriving in the present right here, right now," adds the press release. "Whether you're spiritual, cynical, religious, or not quite sure, Rob invites you into the questions, wrestling with what it all means and why we find spiritual topics so fascinating." more >>
Fans of TLC's reality TV show "19 Kids and Counting" have created a petition to support the Christian family amid a push by LGBT activists to get the show canceled because Michelle Duggar campaigned against a pro-LGBT ordinance in her community.
In August, Michelle actively campaigned against an ordinance in Fayetteville, Arkansas, that would've prohibited discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. According to critics, the ordinance had several negative consequences, including allowing transgendered men, or men who identify as female, to use women's restrooms.
"In the past few days, liberal extremists have launched a full-scale attack on the Duggars, demanding that The Learning Channel cancel the Duggars' popular reality TV show," reads the pro-Duggar petition. more >>