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Tori Roloff: Zach and I Aren’t Leaving ‘Little People, Big World’

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Tori Roloff and Zach Roloff with baby Jackson.

Staying put! Tori Roloff assured fans that she and husband Zach Roloff will continue filming Little People, Big World amid news of Jeremy and Audrey Roloff’s departures.

“We’re not going anywhere!” Tori announced on her Instagram Story Tuesday, July 10. The 27-year-old then engaged in a chat with fans, answering their questions about the TLC reality series.

“Will Z & T be staying with LPBW?” one Instagram user asked.

“YAS! And J too,” Tori replied, referring to the pair’s son Jackson, whom they welcomed in May 2017.

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Tori and Zach Roloff Courtesy of Tori Roloff/Instagram

Another fan asked why the couple — who wed in September 2014 — chose to stay on Little People, Big World. Tori responded: “Because we feel like we’re not done telling our story.”

The reality star reiterated this sentiment when she wrote that her favorite part about filming is “getting to share our story with our fans.”

Jeremy, Zach’s twin brother, and wife Audrey announced on Tuesday they are leaving Little People, Big World. “After 14 years, over 300 episodes, and 17 seasons, the time has come. A year ago, I made the decision that this season would be our last,” the 28-year-old wrote 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 much go on!”

He added: “That being said, we’re not disappearing. We have a lot of exciting stuff in the works and are eager to continue the world that the Lord has called us to!”

“We wish Jeremy, Audrey, and Ember the best, and are excited to continue to keep up with other members of the Roloff family when Little People, Big World returns next year,” TLC told Us Weekly in a statement.

Meanwhile, Tori told her more than 700,000 followers that sharing their lives with the world can be weird, but the family does not hold back. “Our philosophy is if we aren’t willing to share something with others we probably shouldn’t be doing it,” she wrote. “Plus something we’re going through can ultimately help others (even though that still baffles me today).”

The TLC star also opened up about what it was like to join the series in 2011: “I was honestly scared. I didn’t want to be the girl who broke Zach’s heart. Once I knew how serious we were I was more open to it because it was a part of his life.”

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Watch Kidd Lie to Zach About Severide on ‘Chicago Fire’

The love triangle is heating up on Chicago Fire! During last week’s episode, Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) blew off a date with her new fling, Zach, to attend a charity event with Severide (Taylor Kinney). But was it more than just a good deed?

“Aren’t you on shift? They just let you hazmat guys come and go as you please?” Kidd asks Zach in Us Weekly’s exclusive sneak peek when he surprises her with a visit at Firehouse 51. She then adds: “Hey, I’m sorry about canceling that date. I never get migraines like that.”

 

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Why would she lie to him about a night out with Severide if it was just a night to support the city of Chicago? Or maybe it was more. However, she doesn’t shy away when Zach tries again, asking her to “catch an early movie and make fun of it over some beers.”

Even though she takes a look back at Severide, she still accepts.

“I think they’re going to build up more romantic tension as they build up their friendship. The friendship is clicking. The way that these two actors act together is always funny and inspirational for a writer to watch on set,” showrunner Derek Haas told CarterMatt earlier this month about Severide and Stella. “We love that they’re just friends, but there’s also this undercurrent of wanting it to be something more. I think they’ll be two ships passing in the night for a little while, but we’re going to build it up. Hopefully the audience is responding to it; we’ll keep going in that direction.”

Chicago Fire airs on NBC Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET.

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NBA All-Star Zach Randolph Arrested on Felony Marijuana Charge

Sacramento Kings forward Zach Randolph was arrested late Wednesday night by Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for marijuana possession with intent to sell, TMZ Sports reports

The police found the drugs after an incident in South Los Angeles that ended in six vandalized police

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Zach Braff, Fans Call On Alec Baldwin To Be Trump At Correspondents Dinner

Here’s an idea: Since President Donald Trump has said he’s planning on ditching the annual White House Correspondents Dinner in April, maybe a substitute could take his place. Who better than Alec Baldwin, whose impersonations of the president on “Saturday Night Live” continue to grow eerily close to the real thing?

Actor Zach Braff came up with the idea. After Trump said he wouldn’t be attending the dinner, Braff tweeted to Baldwin that it was time to “suit up.” Other Baldwin fans chimed in.

No word yet from Baldwin. Trump would probably be extremely displeased about the substitution, as he absolutely loathes Baldwin’s impersonations of him and just doesn’t think they’re … well … funny.

Trump would be the first president in over three decades to duck out of the event, which typically features a comedy roast of the president.

It’s not a huge surprise that Trump plans to dodge the event, given his repeated attacks on the media that have included calling the press the “enemy of the people.” After his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday, several media outlets, including The Huffington Post, were barred from a press briefing.

The president’s attacks had the media rethinking the whole dinner affair. The New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Bloomberg have canceled their famous event parties, and CNN was considering skipping the sit-down. Comedian Samantha Bee announced earlier this year that she was planning an event to be held the same night with the tentative title of “Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.”

The White House Correspondents Association’s event, which hosts D.C. journalists, celebrities and Beltway newsmakers, first began in 1921. The last president to skip out was Ronald Reagan in 1981. He was still rattled by an assassination attempt — but he managed to phone in his comments.

Trump has attended the dinner before, and then-President Barack Obama ribbed him in 2011 for peddling the “birther” conspiracy theory.

Who knows? If Baldwin decides to pick up the gauntlet, perhaps there would also be an open invitation for “SNL” pal Beck Bennett to stand in for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Little People, Big World’s Zach and Tori Roloff Are Having a Boy!

The Roloffs are expecting a baby boy!

During a reveal party on Saturday night, the Little People, Big World stars shared their big baby news in front of 50 of their friends and family, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal.

Zach gave a sealed envelope from the ultrasound to a close friend ahead of learning about the baby’s sex. The couple was supposed to have a party outside to release balloons but a snow storm hit so they moved the big reveal inside.

The couple announced back in November that they were expecting their first child together, but decided to wait until after the holidays to find out the sex.

“We are waiting until after Christmas to know the gender to go crazy buying things,” Tori told PEOPLE. “We are just enjoying the moment right now.”

Now that their secret is finally out the pair can start stocking up on everything they need for their baby, due in May.

“We are super excited and can’t wait to be parents.”

The new season of Little People, Big World premieres Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on TLC.


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‘Silicon Valley’ Star Zach Woods Recounts His Painfully Awkward Audition For ‘Law & Order: SVU’

Before Zach Woods found success on “The Office” and HBO’s “Silicon Valley,” he had a ton of awful auditions, and he shared a few with HuffPost Live’s Ricky Camilleri on Monday, including the time he read for a part on “Law & Order: SVU” in which he would have played “a cognitively disabled molestation victim who would fly into rages whenever he saw doctors because a doctor had abused him.”

“And I sold it. I tried to make it so serious and give such gravity to it,” Woods said. “It was so offensive, I’m sure.”

The audition, which Woods called both “humiliating” and “mortifying,” ended with the casting director telling him it was “a hard part” and sending him away.

“It was one of the worst things that has happened, not just in my life, but in America,” Woods said.

Watch Woods recount the audition in the video above, and catch the full HuffPost Live conversation with the “Silicon Valley” actor here.

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