Josh Duggar's wife, Anna, has been all but silent about the two scandals that have rocked Josh's life - his confession he cheated on her, and revelations that he molested underage girls.
Anna, who has four kids with Josh, speaks up in a three-part TLC special, Jill & Jessa: Counting On, which was set to premiere Wednesday night.
In one clip, she shares her reaction upon first hearing of his betrayal of their marital vows.
"I was just like, 'I'm going to wake up and this is going to be OK,' " Anna said. " 'And this really, this can't be true.' "
Josh remains at a Christian rehab facility in Illinois.
Are we worried Alexandra Daddario and her female costars will be subject to heavy objectification in the forthcoming movie adaptation of the fabled David Hasselhoff hit Baywatch?
"Considering that Dwayne [Johnson] and Zac Efron are going to be in the movie, there's going to be as much pandering camera shots of their abs as there will be of the women," Daddario tells People.
Prince William and his royal wife, Kate, proved the rich 'n' famous Are Just Like Us by flirting up a storm at a charity do Wednesday in London.
"Catherine, I think you can stop flirting with them now!" said he when Kate had some banter with random dudes.
Then the couple played ping-pong. "Come on, let's try and have a rally of more than two goes," William said to his competitive wife. He added, "You're not normally this polite when we play."
Replied she, "Or this quiet."
The Screen Actors Guild kicked off awards season Wednesday with nominations for this year's awards. Trumbo dominates with three nods: for titular star Bryan Cranston, costar Helen Mirren (one of three nods for her), and the ensemble cast; Spotlight got two, for best ensemble and a supporting actress nod for Rachel McAdams. Idris Elba also got three noms for Luther, Beasts of No Nation, and Straight Outta Compton.
TNT and TBS will show the awards Jan. 30.