Josh Duggar was spotted at his sister Jinger Duggar’s wedding this past weekend, prompting fans to wonder whether or not the disgraced former reality star is making a comeback to the small screen. In fact, both Josh Duggar and his wife Anna Duggar looked to be quite happy and in love with one another while they watched Jinger marry Jeremy Vuolo in a lavish wedding ceremony near their home in Arkansas this past weekend.
With over 1,000 guests in attendance, both Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo said their ‘I Do’s’ in front of reality television cameras as their wedding will be made into another Duggar special for the TLC network. And with both Josh and Anna in attendance, there’s a good chance that Duggar fans will get a glimpse into their news life after Josh Duggar’s multiple sex scandals rocked their family well over a year ago.
As a result, the celebrity father spent several months at a faith-based rehabilitation center while TLC axed their family’s reality television show, ’19 Kids & Counting’ from their air. And now that the Duggars are slowing picking up the pieces in their life, it’s clear that Josh and Anna Duggar are ready to get back on the small screen, whether their critics like it or not.
Of course, it wouldn’t be surprising if the Duggars, which of course include parents Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar tried to push Josh and Anna back on television by appearing in Jinger’s wedding special.
They know the episode would turn into ratings gold because for as much as fans and critics loathe Josh Duggar, they’ll be tuning in to see exactly how the rest of the family will react to seeing him at the wedding.
Plus, fans also can’t help but wonder why Anna has remained by Josh’s side this entire time, despite the fact that he confessed to cheating on her with multiple women thanks to his now defunct Ashley Madison account.
Did Anna indeed forgive Josh and all of his infidelities? Or did she simply blame herself for her husband’s cheating ways? Whatever the case, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar want fans to tune in, as they need to prove to TLC that they are worth keeping on the air, despite their shattered reputation as a wholesome and religious family.
Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar are willing to do just about anything to keep their fifteen minutes of fame extended, even if that means bringing back their son Josh Duggar on television, even if they sneakily use Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo’s wedding special as a way to do it.
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