It’s splitsville for the Roloffs of TLC’s ‘Little People, Big World’

Matt and Amy Roloff.
Matt and Amy Roloff. Getty Images

If two farm-owning, wedding-hosting reality stars can't make it in this world, who can? Little People, Big World stars Matt and Amy Roloff have announced they've filed for divorce.

"After 27 years of marriage, it is with great sadness that we have come to the difficult decision to file for divorce," the couple said in a joint statement to Us Weekly.

The couple have four children together, and one of them also has dwarfism. They live on a 36-acre farm near Portland, Oregon, which they also rent out as a wedding venue.

Last year, the couple announced they were separating. They were seen together at their son Jeremy's wedding in September. (Jeremy's twin brother, Zach, is also engaged.)

On the show, Matt admitted he moved into the guest house on the farm.

"I never quite felt at home in my own home, so something needed to change," Matt said.

Singer shakes things up

Jennifer Lopez's televised sexy concert shaking was too much for Morocco.

The 45-year-old singer's outfits and suggestive stage moves at the May 29 Mawazine Festival in Rabat, Morocco, in front of 160,000 people, have led to national outcry and even a lawsuit.

The event was transmitted, with a short delay, on the nation's public TV network. Fans loved it, politicians did not.

According to TMZ, an education group filed a lawsuit stating Lopez "disturbed public order and tarnished women's honor and respect."

Lopez and and the concert promoter are being sued.

In the highly unlikely event she's found guilty, TMZ says Lopez faces one month to two years in Moroccan prison.

Entertaining the troops

Dwayne Johnson totally rocks.

The San Andreas star, also known as “The Rock,” announced his latest project at Saturday night’s Spike TV Guy’s Choice Awards: a grand-scale, celebrity-studded variety show called Rock the Troops that will entertain and support U.S. troops overseas.

“It is so important to me to give back to the troops. I really want to create something special for our boys and girls who are overseas and hopefully we do such a good job that we can do it again and again,” Johnson told EW backstage at the taped awards show. “I have military in my family, some vets and two Navy SEALs. That was the genesis of that.”