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Doug Hutchison, 51, Marries Courtney Stodden, 16: Creepy Interview

By Bestfunnyblog @bestfunnyblog

Doug Hutchison is a 51-year-old actor most known for his roles in The Green Mile, Lost and The X-Files. Courtney Stodden is an aspiring country / pop singer who currently is nothing more than a high-school student that looks like a Barbie Doll and makes bad YouTube videos. E! Online recently did an interview with the controversial married couple in which they explain how they met and attempt to defend their love. Ultimately, the only thing they accomplish in this video is creeping you out & proving that Courtney is completely stupid. (I love the close-up on her face at 2:00 when she tries to have eye-sex with the camera)



The two ‘love-birds’ claim they want to “help people change their perspective and expand their minds about love” by showing that true affection is ageless. But if they’re really so in love, why expend so much effort defending it? Who gives a ##&! about other people’s perspectives if you’ve found your soul-mate? I mean seriously, the guy’s probably going to die before she turns 35.. they should spent their time together instead of in front of a camera. Unless it’s just one big publicity stunt to try and jump start Courtney’s career and hide Doug’s homosexuality.

In my opinion, their 15 minutes in the spotlight isn’t going to accomplish anything for either one of them. Especially since Courtney lacks talent (see her YouTube video below) and already look like a 35-year-old who’s been under a plastic surgeon’s knife too many times; although her birth certificate was recently released proving her birthday was on August 29th, 1994 (and Doug, Courtney, and even her mom continuously make it a point to argue she hasn’t had any plastic work done.) So be warned, girls.. stay away from drugs & aged dick unless you want to look fake & old before you’re 20.


If you think Rebecca Black’s “Friday” music video was bad.. wait until you see this awful promotional video Courtney released in Summer 2010 for her horrible song “Don’t Put It On Me”


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