Ugh. I did not want to post pics of Courtney Stodden this morning. How did this even happen? It’s like I got tricked, man.
Anyway, according to E!, young Mrs. Hutchison just finished a photoshoot titled “Court Does Pam.” And sure enough! The resemblance to a Baywatch-era Pamela Anderson is staggering. (Just to give you some scope: Pamela Anderson left Baywatch in 1997. Courtney Stodden was born in 1994.)
Image gallery via Radar
August 16, 2011 at 4:30 am by Jenn
Another reason why Doug isn’t creepy for marrying Courtney Stodden, according to her mother? Girl looks at least 40. She looks like she was rode hard and put up wet, as they say. And I guess Doug doesn’t look quite 50? I don’t know, it’s really hard to follow the thought process of any of these people.
“He’s not creepy. He is such a great guy, he’s so intelligent. I see why they’re together, he looks like he’s in his early 30s, and Courtney looks like she’s in her late 20s. It’s like they’re talking about someone else when they say bad things about Doug. He’s with my daughter and I wouldn’t want a creepy guy with my daughter. He’s a wonderful, great man.”
Ok, so if we’re using Hutchison logic, and if people always say that I look about 16, then that means it would be totally legit for my 23-year-old self to start seriously pursuing Justin Bieber, right? Our love can dare to speak its name?
Image courtesy of The Daily Mail
August 10, 2011 at 4:30 pm by Emily
You could tell, right? I knew you could. Just look at that picture above of that multi-talented 16-year-old. Good breeding, that’s what that is.
Anyway, it turns out that you guys love the Hutchisons, Doug and Courtney, as much as we do, so I’ve been checking around, seeing if I could find any neat stories about the lovely couple. And, wouldn’t you know it, I surely did! Because it turns out that Courtney’s mom, Krista, has almost as good a head on her shoulders as her daughter. And far be it from me to paraphrase.
“I am her mom-ager now,” Krista Stodden told RadarOnline.com. She has moved to L.A. to live near her daughter (next door in fact!) and juggle all of the offers that are pouring in from around the industry.
“Doug was managing Courtney’s career, but he has so many things coming his way that he just can’t handle it all,” she said. “It will be better for Courtney with me managing her.”
A singer and perhaps future reality star, her bombshell daughter has worked with her mother for years Krista said. “I used to produce her TV show, and she respects me and I respect her.”
Krista said she looks up to other mothers in Hollywood who manage their kids and she is confident that she will make the right business decisions for her daughter.
“Dina Lohan, she’s a beautiful lady, and I’m sure she loves her daughter, and she’s tried just as much as any other mother to make the right choices for her kids,” she said about the controversial matriarch of the Lohan family and often party pal of her daughter Lindsay.
The top mom on the block though? Kris Jenner who manages the Kardashian kids’ multiple careers. “Kris Jenner is a real business person who has her family’s best interests at heart.”
But when it comes down to it, there is really only one reason why Krista is working for her youngest child. “I love my daughter, and I’ve been a good parent.”
Thoughts from this charming little piece include “dear God, please let these people get a reality show,” “of course this lady would think Dina Lohan is a good role model for parenting,” and “oh my goodness, all I want for the rest of my life is to be able to watch this reality show.” What about you guys?
Image courtesy of CourtneyStodden.com
August 7, 2011 at 11:00 am by Emily
Jenn really went and did it, you guys, she really did. She got me addicted to the epic saga of Doug Hutchison and Courtney Stodden. What’s not to love here? Trashy girls, shady dudes. It’s the romance of the century, and I’ll be damned if I’m going to let us miss out on a minute of it if I can help it.
But anyway, Gawker has got the emails between Jeremy Baumhower, radio producer, and the email address listed on Courtney’s very own website. And let me just tell you, I’m still laughing.
August 6, 2011 at 2:00 pm by Emily
I just love ol’ Doug and Courtney, don’t you? What a beautiful couple. If anything gets my heart to pitter-patterin’, it’s the magical love story of a 51-year-old man gettin’ hitched to the trashiest 16-year-old girl I’ve ever seen. And we all know how the rhyme goes … first comes love, them comes marriage …
But no baby carriages just yet, Lord willing! We know because Courtney’s mom had a good long chat with Radar about it:
“She’s making sure as much as she can at this time that it isn’t happening,” Krista said about her newlywed daughter, who tied the knot Hutchison in Las Vegas in May. “She’s on birth control because she would prefer to wait for children,” her mom said. Her husband might have a different idea though. ”I think Doug would love to have children, but Courtney wants to wait a few years.”
“Courtney wants to work on her career,” Krista explained, but knowing that accidents do happen, she said it would be a joy to the family if her daughter did fall pregnant.
“If something happens we do not believe in abortion, so if God blesses them that would be ok, but they’re not trying for a baby now,” she says.
As a would be doting grandmother, Krista said that if Courtney and Doug did have children: “the baby would be so creative. Doug is brilliant, so creative and they both would pass on so many creative genes.”
Honestly, I just gagged a little bit, no joke. Is it weird that the girl’s mom is talking about this like it’s normal? Is it judgy of me to almost vomit at the thought of them having babies right now? I have a lot of questions, let’s get to talking about it.
August 2, 2011 at 5:30 pm by Emily
I have been so good lately. Doug Hutchison and Courtney Stodden keep giving incredible interviews, and I have sanctimoniously sidestepped each one. My mettle deserves a medal.
But I officially give up.
The Week in Review: After verifying that Courtney Stodden is 16 (she really, really is), Good Morning America interviewed the newlywed couple. And you didn’t hear a single peep out of me. Nope! (Even though I wanted so badly to post a link to this.)
In that same interview, Hutchison says that his marriage has been a boon to his career: “What’s kind of blown my mind about how this has all gone so global and viral,” he told E!, “is that I have had more opportunity now. I’ve been courted by producers, directors, agents… record executives.” Which is good news because, soon after his wedding, Hutchison was reportedly dropped by his agent (and his mom).