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Zach Roloff's Parents Put Their Differences Aside Mid-Divorce to Celebrate His Wedding

Zach Roloff's Parents Put Their Differences Aside Mid-Divorce to Celebrate His Wedding

Originally posted 07/30/2015 12:00PM

In Little People, Big World's Roloff family, one chapter is ending, as another just begins.

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Inside Little People, Big World Star Zach Roloff's Ultimate Country-Chic Wedding

Inside Little People, Big World Star Zach Roloff's Ultimate Country-Chic Wedding

Originally posted 07/29/2015 03:15PM

When planning a wedding, choosing the venue is usually the first and hardest decision to make. That wasn't the case for Little People, Big World's Zach Roloff, 25, and his new wife Tori, 24.

Just as his twin brother Jeremy did last September, Roloff married his bride at home on the grounds of his parents Amy and Matt Roloff's picturesque farmland.

"My parents played a huge role in setting up the farm," Zach tells PEOPLE exclusively.

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What Was Little People, Big World's Zach Roloff Most Nervous About on His Wedding Day?

What Was Little People, Big World's Zach Roloff Most Nervous About on His Wedding Day?

Originally posted 07/28/2015 10:30AM

When Little People, Big World star Zach Roloff prepared for his wedding to Tori Patton on Saturday, it wasn't cold feet he was worried about.

"I've been in chill mode for the last week," Roloff, 25, told PEOPLE exclusively, just ahead of his country-chic nuptials held on his parents' farm in Hillsboro, Oregon. "Whatever happens, happens."

And though the ceremony, which hosted nearly 200 guests, went off without a hitch, Roloff said it was his proverbial two left feet that made him nervous for the reception.

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Roma Downey Talks Accolades, Acting and Her New TLC Series, Answered Prayers

Roma Downey Talks Accolades, Acting and Her New TLC Series, Answered Prayers

Originally posted 07/26/2015 01:30PM

Even after the award nominations, the nine-season-long starring role on an iconic TV series, and the producer credit on one of 2013's most-watched programs, Roma Downey still has work to do.

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WATCH: Ginnifer Goodwin Breaks Down After Finding Out Her Family's Dark Secrets on Who Do You Think You Are?

Originally posted 07/24/2015 05:10PM

When Once Upon A Time star Ginnifer Goodwin signed up to take part in the new season of TLC's Who Do You Think You Are, the genealogy show that helps celebrities dig into family history, she had no idea what she was in for.

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Seven Year Switch Sneak Peek: Returning to Her Wedding Spot Stirs Up Danielle Wolf's Emotions (VIDEO)

Originally posted 07/21/2015 03:30PM

For most married couples, going back to the place you tied the knot should be a happy occasion.

But for Seven Year Switch's Danielle Wolf, it was a cause for lots of tears.

In an exclusive clip from Tuesday night's episode, Wolf breaks down during a session with the show's resident psychologist, Dan Shapiro.

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WATCH: Brian Sets Up a Big Surprise for Haleigh on My Giant Life

Originally posted 07/21/2015 08:15AM

[BRIGHTCOVE "4360256114001" "" "peoplenow" "auto"] My Giant Life star Haleigh may stand nearly a foot taller than her boyfriend, but their love is beyond measure.

The 23-year-old professional volleyball player admits in an exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday's episode that dating 5'8" Brian is a rare exception for her.

"When I was in college, I was really hung up on the fact that I'm a big person and I want to feel small and protected. So I only dated taller guys," she says. "But height doesn't matter. Brian makes me feel like the most beautiful, perfect, special person in the world and so protected and so small. I melt when I'm around him. I don't feel 6'7". I feel 5'7"."

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Duggar Sisters Jill and Jessa Will Appear in TLC Documentary on Child Sex Abuse

Duggar Sisters Jill and Jessa Will Appear in TLC Documentary on Child Sex Abuse

Originally posted 07/20/2015 05:45PM

When TLC announced last week that it has officially axed 19 Kids and Counting, the network said it is putting together a documentary about child sex abuse.

The Duggars also mentioned the special in their statement on the cancellation, writing that they "look forward to working with TLC" and "hope that it is an encouragement to many."

Now, a source at TLC tells PEOPLE that Jessa Seewald and Jill Dillard will indeed appear in the documentary, which is in the early stages of production. Both women have come forward as molestation victims of brother Josh Duggar when he was a teenager.

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Transgender Teen Jazz Jennings Talks New TLC Reality Show I Am Jazz: 'I Define Myself'

Originally posted 07/15/2015 04:30PM

While growing up as a transgender kid can't have been easy for Jazz Jennings, the 14-year-old is ready to share the lessons she's learned with others.

Before her series I Am Jazz debuts Wednesday night on TLC, the teen tells PEOPLE Now: "People think this was a choice, that one day I woke up and was like, 'I'm a girl,' but no – it's just the way I was born. I've always been a girl."

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Leah Remini Opens Up About the 'Hard Repercussions' of Leaving Scientology (VIDEO)

Originally posted 07/15/2015 10:00AM

Leah Remini made waves in 2013 when she publicly broke with Scientology, the church in which she was raised, and she still has insight to share from her experience cutting ties with the controversial organization.

In an exclusive preview from her new TLC reality series, Leah Remini: It's All Relative, the actress talks with some fellow former Scientologists about her motivations for leaving and the complications she says resulted.

"If you make a stink in the public world, they call you a suppressive person, which means the church has put a stamp on you that says you are bad," says the former King of Queens star, 45. "They then go to all your family and friends and say you have to disconnect from this suppressive person."

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