Here is a photoshoot from
the set of Mom and the Real Girl Courtney Stodden's kitchen, where she and mom Krista Keller celebrated Mother's Day early. Nothing satisfies the sacred and sometimes sexy bond between mother and daughter like getting your silky hands sticky with some sinful strawberry shortcake.
PETA's new campaign features the Mistress of Shellack and her aptly named pooch Bizarre, whom she "saturates with love." The Dutchess of Acrylic waxes on about the joys of a meat-free life, describing her first Thanksgiving "with being a vegetarian." Stodden, appearing sans wilted husband Doug Hutchison, then informs us that the best way to save the animals is not to eat them.
The freakshow oddity of Hollywood child bride Courtney Stodden and creepy actor husband Doug Hutchison has gone too far. Today, professional concern troll Dr. Drew subjected Courtney to televised breast examination. The goal: To prove scientifically whether or not her breasts are real.
Anderson Cooper sure seems obsessed with Courtney Stodden. After coming to her defense earlier this week, Cooper once again rallied for Stodden on tonight's AC360, defending her right to pumpkin patch sexiness, expressing concern over her face, and even impersonating the titillating teen bride himself.
On Sunday, child bride Courtney Stodden seductively sauntered to a scintillating Santa Clarita pumpkin patch with her hoary husband, Doug Hutchison. But before the couple could consummate the trip, they were pulled aside and precluded from purchasing any pumpkins due to the prurient nature of Courtney's clothing. On tonight's AC360, Anderson Cooper defended Courtney and her right to flaunt her "crack-o-lantern" when he put her jealous haters on his "Ridiculist."
Hollywood child bride Courtney Stodden and her 51-year-old husband Doug Hutchison stopped by their local pumpkin patch over the weekend to purchase a pumpkin that they could carve into something scarier than their May-Spooktember relationship, if that's even possible (no). But some miserable jealous shoppers who have never known true love spotted them behaving "inappropriately" amidst the gourds and complained to a pumpkin patch patrol unit, who kicked the couple right on outta there. Seems the hateful Halloween horde also didn't like Stodden's outfit of frightfully immodest Daisy Dukes, a plaid shirt tied Daisy Duke-ily in the front, and knee-high white go-go boots—even though it's what she (probably) wore to church. (Women's fashion tip: when running agriculture-related errands, wear flats instead of stripper shoes so that your heels don't get stuck in the dirt.)