Little People, Big World Trailer: Is Amy Torn Between Husbands?

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Some major changes are on the way for the Roloffs.

In our very first look at a new season of Little People, Big World, we get a sneak peek at how Amy Roloff, Matt Roloff and their kids are adjusting to life amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

And also how certain members of this popular family are adjusting to their new living situation.

For instance?

These episodes were filmed in early 2020, shortly after Amy moved off the farm in Oregon and into herr own place.

She’s tried to make it also feel like home to fiance Chris Marek, but he isn’t feeling very wanted in this sneak peek.

“It kind of irritates me that I go to the trouble of clearing out a space and I come back and you’ve put stuff in it,” Chris tells her in one scene. “You’re not creating space for me.”

Amy admitted at the time that it was taking her awhile feel comfortable in her own house, after so many decades on the farm.

In more positive news for the couple, however, they’ll also be planning their wedding day this season — with Amy looking gorgeous in the dresses she finds while shopping.

Would they actually get married on the farm, however, even with Matt as the majority owner?

While touring the property one day, Marek laments how Amy seems “sandwiched between the old husband and the new husband,” making a pretty stunning confessional in the process to the camera.

“It seems like Chris and Matt are becoming buddies,” Amy says to viewers later on. “Like, really?”

Elsewhere, Matt Roloff is going strong with his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, who is facing questions about her intentions when it comes to the romance.

“I think the saddest thing that I deal with with Matt is that people think that I’m with him because, ‘Oh, she must be a gold-digger,'” Caryn admits to Tori Roloff. “And it’s like, why do you have to think that?”

It’s true.

Random trolls on the Internet have been very mean to Chandler over the years.

“I’m married to the guy that owns a pumpkin patch. How could I not be into it?” Caryn says in a confessional while sitting next to Matt.

Uhhh, what?

“I’m not married, did I say married?” she corrects herself, as Matt confirms with a laugh: “Yeah, you did.”

To be fair, these two will at least be engaged very soon.

As for tension between the former spouses?

Although it’s been five years since Matt and …read more

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Scott Disick to Kourtney Kardashian: I Hate That You’re Dating Someone New!

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Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have been broken up for several years.

They’ve each had multiple partners since going their separate ways, and they’re both currently in relationships that appear to be serious.

But despite all of that, much has been made about what appears to be a lingering sexual tension between the exes.

Scott and Kourtney have three kids together, of course, so it makes sense that they would still be in regular contact.

But as a new preview clip of this week’s Keeping Up With the Kardashians reminds us, Disick and Kardashian’s conversations are not the kind one typically hears among co-parents.

It’s important to note that the scene was filmed before Kourtney started dating Travis Barker.

And at that point, Scott had not yet entered a relationship with Amelia Hamlin.

So when this conversation occurred, there was a chance that the former couple might attempt a reconciliation.

That never happened, of course, but the scene is all the more interesting because of the fact that we know how the future unfolded.

It’s almost as if Scott can’t bring himself to say what he really wants from Kourtney, because he knows how another go-round will end.

“It’s my insecurity, I feel like, I don’t like seeing you with another guy or a guy,” he explains.

“It hurt me when you were with somebody else and waking up to like looking at pictures of you with this guy you were dating. It was unhealthy and it made me upset and sad.”

Disick goes on to explain that his mind is only at ease during the times when Kourtney is not in a relationship.

“Now I wake up with no real problems, I’m carefree in the sense that I don’t have that, which used to take up a lot of space in my mind all day,” he continues.

“The big fear is, if you start dating again, it goes back to that, I have to feel a different way again and it’s just hard. It sucks.”

“It’s difficult,” Scott continued in a confessional segment.

“Kourtney and I basically spend 90% of our lives together, travel together, do everything together, see each other every day and the only difference is at the end of the night we part ways and go sleep in separate houses,” he goes on.

Clearly, Scott is not happy with the present state of affairs, but he seems uncertain of what he can do about them.

“This whole limbo state isn’t that cool …read more

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Prabal Gurung’s New Bridal Line Includes A Corset Gown & A Wedding Suit

With vaccines becoming more accessible, the possibility of having an in-person wedding is back on the table. In turn, fashion designer Prabal Gurung is delving into bridal for the first time. 

On Wednesday, the New York-based designer announced the arrival of the wedding collection, aptly titled “A Love Letter.” The bridal line includes 12 looks, ranging from a Bridgerton-esque corset gown (it has bows, too!) to a suit that features fashion-forward bell bottoms. Also found in the collection is a boned, floor-length dress with detachable puff sleeves, a tiered gown that can transition into a micro mini, and a lace train that goes on for miles. “Infusing our signature designs, it was imperative to hone in on versatility, offering non-traditional silhouettes in forms of satin lapel suiting, detachable faile layered skirts, and hand-crafted rouleau details,” the press release reads. Essentially, it includes everything a bride could want for her post-pandemic nuptials, and then some. 

Ahead, click through the entire “A Love Letter” bridal collection, which will be available in sizes 0 to 14 (with larger sizes available on request) in October. Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.Photography by: Ankur Maniar.

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Who To Call Instead Of The Police During An Emergency

On April 20, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd in 2020. But Chauvin is only one part of the problem, and America’s broken police system isn’t changed by his conviction: While Chauvin’s trial was underway, 20-year-old Daunte Wright was shot and killed during a traffic stop. And moments before Chauvin was announced guilty, 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant was shot and killed by a Columbus, OH officer whom she had reportedly called for help. 

Last year, 1,127 people — disproportionately Black men — were killed by the U.S. police, according to data from the Police Violence Report. It’s clear that our current system is racist, harmful, and violent. But there’s still disagreement on what America would look like with no police at all.

Part of the problem is that we’re conditioned to call the cops during tense situations. Even those who support abolition may not know what other resources are available. But very often, there are other solutions that could better de-escalate a situation. The website Don’t Call The Police is a great place to start. This comprehensive directory, sorted by city and emergency, offers numbers for local hotlines and crisis centers. 

For example, DCTP includes resources for local and national domestic violence hotlines. This information can be incredibly useful, as many people dealing with domestic violence report feeling reluctant to call the police, and one in three people who did call the police felt less safe after doing so, a 2015 survey by the National Domestic Violence Hotline found.

DCTP also has resources and hotline numbers for dealing with mental health crises. Evidence indicates that mental health professionals and nurses are more effective at helping in these kinds of situations: Eugene, OR has a system in place that sends both a medic and a crisis worker to homes upon receiving a report of erratic behavior. In one year, the team responded to around 24,000 calls, and backup was only required around 150 times. The police, however, are less adept and trained at handling such incidents: In 2020, 97 people were killed by the cops in response to reports of erratic behavior or mental health-related crises, the Police Violence Report states. 

If you’re …read more

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