Bette Midler is one celebrity who knows how to stay classy, even when it comes to slamming a reality star where it hurts. The legendary singer shared her two cents on the Josh Duggar scandal, in which he recently confessed to sexually abusing five girls while he was a teenager in 2002.
The blonde beauty tweeted on Monday, "Josh Duggar resigned from an anti-gay "family" group due to molestation allegations. Kids, is there anything more delicious than irony?"
Josh Duggar resigned from an anti-gay "family" group due to molestation allegations. Kids, is there anything more delicious than irony?
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) May 26, 2015
Many of her followers also commented with, "Yes. As long as it doesn't taste metallic," along with, "@BetteMidler I know! very ironic! very Karmic and very sad for the girls he molested. I think more karma is coming."
Now fans are speculating that Jana, Jill and Jessa may or may not have been the victims, as they were adolescent girls at the time.
Many commenters on the popular blog Celebitchy stirred the pot by writing, "His victims were as young as 4 years old. So by order of elimination the only 5 possibilities are Jana, Jessa, Jill, Jinger and Joy Anna. The only definites from what I could tell were Joy Anna and Jana who were 12 and 4 respectively at the time. It's a toss up as to who the other two sisters were."
Another commenter wrote, "For sure it had to be Jana. She's the oldest girl and has not courted nor does she seem interested in getting married, which is what you *have* to do when you are a member of that family," along with, "Justice for Jane Jill Jessa Jinger Joy anna."
So far, none of the Duggar sisters have made any comments regarding their brother Josh's scandal.