Get ready for another Duggar spin-off — but this time, with a progressive twist! Jim Bob Duggar's second cousin John Andrew Studdard confirmed to Radar Online that he is in talks to do his own reality show, which will be much different from the 19 Kids and Counting and Counting On before him.
"I think their time is up," he told the publication. "Producers reached out to me about doing a show because I have a unique storyline. Being Asian adopted into an all causation family living in the South. America needs me to fix their mess!" John's mother — who is Jim Bob's first cousin — adopted him as a young child, according to OK!.
"My show will be the real South, good style and a lot of colorful personalities," he continued. "I could carry a show of my own with topics that could reach all audiences. I’m way more fun!" John recently made headlines for shaming Jill Duggar's husband, Derick Dillard's hateful feelings towards the LGBT community — however, he wouldn't have a problem inviting the disgraced TLC star onto his series.
"Derick is more than welcome to make some cameos if he needs some money," he said, which sounds like a low-key diss — considering Derick was fired from Counting On after shaming transgender star Jazz Jennings. John quickly became the new family favorite when he ripped his cousin-in-law apart for his rants, suggesting he "keep his mouth shut" when he disagrees with other peoples' lifestyles.
"Don’t speak out publicly when you know you’re already disliked by half of America," he told the publication. "As a public figure, he should stop being so harsh." Not gonna lie — this John and Derick showdown could be ratings gold for any network.
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