Posts by Elizabeth Durand Streisand
- Elizabeth Durand Streisand at Yahoo TV1 mth ago
His parents may be taking a break, but "Little People, Big World" star Jeremy Roloff is taking the plunge.
The 23-year-old son of Matt and Amy Roloff announced his engagement to Audrey Mirabella Botti on Instagram alongside a gorgeous shot of the couple kissing on railroad tracks.
"January 16th, 2010 I met Audrey. January 17th, 2010, I was in love. August 15th, 2011 asked her out. March 15th, 2014 I asked this beautiful girl to be mine, and she said yes. Drowning in grace," the TLC reality star gushed.
But he wasn't done shouting from the rooftops just yet. Jeremy took to Facebook to wax poetic about this milestone (and credit his photographer, "best bud" Tye French).
"Hey everyone! Yes, it is true! This weekend I flew home to Oregon, and I had beautiful intentions. I asked Audrey to marry me!!" he declared. "We have been SO overwhelmed by the response and are sincerely grateful and thankful for all your support and encouragement. The full story coming soon!"
- Yahoo TV1 mth ago
Big changes are happening in the world of Matt and Amy Roloff. After 26 years of marriage (and seven seasons of filming), the husband and wife stars of TLC's reality series, "Little People, Big World," have decided to part ways — for now, at least.
"Though we have weathered many storms together, we recently made the tough decision to engage in a trial separation," the couple confirmed in a statement to Yahoo TV. Still, it seems they will be spending a lot of time together. "Matt remains living on the farm in our guesthouse and we work together everyday on the farm, on our business endeavors, and most importantly, raising our amazing children."
At this point, however, those children are nearly grown: Twins Jeremy and Zach are 23, Molly is 20, and Jacob, the youngest, is 17.
- Yahoo TV2 mths ago
What a difference seven years makes — just ask Rosie O'Donnell.
On Friday, the former "View" host, who was booted off left the show after an epic feud with Barbara Walters back in 2007, returned to the Hot Topics table with her former colleagues for a proper hang. She even started the segment by giving the entire panel hugs. "This feels kind of weird, but good weird," she said as she took her seat.
Not surprisingly, she got a bit cheeky after that. "Is Hasselbeck here?" she asked, referring to Elisabeth Hasselbeck, with whom she regularly clashed and who has since taken a seat on Fox News. "I'm afraid I'll be exiled again."
Seeing as Walters and Sherri Shepherd are the only panelists remaining from Rosie's tenure, she had little to worry about, especially since it appears she and Walters have buried the hatchet. But there were more important subjects to cover than their infamous battles — like Rosie's biggest challenges raising her kids and her opinion about Dylan Farrow's accusations against Woody Allen.
- Yahoo TV2 mths ago
The war between these two men over "Two and Half Men" has seemingly come to an end.
Charlie Sheen was none too pleased when he was booted from Chuck Lorre's hit sitcom and replaced with Ashton Kutcher. The badly behaving star has since used Twitter to vent his feelings — for over the last two years.
As recently as Jan. 6, Sheen was harping at his replacement (who was announced back in 2011).
For the most part, Kutcher has kept his cool about the whole thing (maybe because he's the one who's gainfully employed), but on Wednesday evening, he finally addressed the issue head on. During an interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" the 35-year-old star didn't mince words.
"Every day when you go into work, do they say, 'Thank you for not being Charlie?'" the host asked with a smile.
- Yahoo TV3 mths ago
Just because Phil Robertson is still indefinitely suspended from the show that made him famous doesn't mean he can't get into the holiday spirit.
The 67-year-old patriarch, who made headlines last week when an interview with GQ magazine was released in which he made some incendiary anti-gay remarks, celebrated Christmas by putting a ring on it — and by that we mean he finally gave his wife, Miss Kay, a sparkler after a mere five decades of marriage.
Better late than never, we always say.
It was Sadie Robertson who broke the news, tweeting a photo of her happy grandparents showing off the new bling. In the pic, a beaming, Christmas-sweater-clad Kay mugs for the camera, while her better half points at the rock.
After 50 years of marriage Papaw Phil finally gave Mamaw Kay a wedding ring for Christmas pic.twitter.com/PSBWqdjFAu
Phil Speaks! Charlie Sheen Rants! Networks Scramble! 7 Biggest New Developments In 'Duck Dynasty' Drama
Seeing as we've entered the final holiday shopping days (and panic mode), it's understandable that you may not be up-to-speed on the latest developments in the "Duck Dynasty" saga. So we've created this handy little list to fill you in.
1. Late last week, "omg! Insider" obtained footage of a church sermon that (depending on your side of the hullabaloo) provided further evidence of either Phil Robertson's homophobia or his Bible-sanctioned views. In the clip, the patriarch declares that there is a "lack of morality in America."
The Robertson family sticks together ... and their supporters seem to be sticking with them as well.
In response to Phil Robertson's forced "indefinite hiatus" from "Duck Dynasty" after he shared some negative thoughts about homosexuality with GQ magazine, the Robertson family posted a statement on their website to shed some light to fans on the current state of the union at the "Duck Dynasty" headquarters.
"We want to thank all of you for your prayers and support. The family has spent much time in prayer since learning of A&E's decision. We want you to know that first and foremost we are a family rooted in our faith in God and our belief that the Bible is His word," it began.
The statement, positioned beneath a family photo, then shifted gears to come more adamantly to Phil's defense.
- Yahoo TV4 mths ago
A lot can happen in 24 hours. Exhibit A: On Wednesday, GQ released some rather blunt remarks Phil Robertson made on the topic of homosexuality. When asked about his definition of sin, the reality star said, "Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there — bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men."
Less than two hours later, as news of these remarks spread like wildfire, prompting the "Duck Dynasty" star to clarify his statements.
The stars of "Duck Dynasty" might be America's most popular TV family, but that could change very soon — because Phil Robertson has made some seriously divisive anti-gay remarks that have sparked instant backlash.
Speaking with GQ, Robertson lamented that when "everything is blurred on what's right and what's wrong ... sin becomes fine." So just what qualifies as sinful in his book?
"Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there — bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men," he declared.
[Related: How 'Duck Dynasty' Became Such a Huge Hit]
Despite having a challenging career, a loving husband, and two beautiful children, "The Little Couple" star Jen Arnold is in the midst of a serious battle with a rare form of cancer, Yahoo TV has confirmed.
"I have recently been diagnosed with a rare type of cancer and am currently undergoing treatment, including surgery and chemotherapy" the 39-year-old neonatologist explained in a statement.
While a blow like this might devastate many people, Jen, whose upbeat spirit and go-get-'em attitude first caught the attention of TLC viewers during the TV special "Little Couple: Just Married," has already found the silver lining on this very dark cloud.