Family matters can be funny. Amy Duggar's husband, Dillon King, reacted to Brad Paisley's joke about Josh Duggar's cheating scandal during the 2015 Country Music Association Awards, calling it the "best thing ever" in an Instagram post.
Paisley and his co-host, Carrie Underwood, made headlines in the opening moments of the 49th annual CMAs with a packed monologue that not only made fun of Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert's split, but included a mention about Josh Duggar's Ashley Madison cheating scandal from August.
King taped the opening monologue with his phone and shared a video clip from the exact moment when Paisley called out the disgraced 19 Kids and Counting alum.
"Carrie, have you heard that duet Blake did with Ashley Madison?" Paisley crooned.
"No, no, that was Ashley Monroe," Underwood said.
"Have I been going to the wrong site?" Paisley replied. "We don't have to be lonely at farmersonly.com . . . Bored with your wife? And your sister, too? Your cheating side will tell on you. Josh Duggar."
The newest Duggar family in-law applauded the moment and wrote: "@bradpaisley you are the man !!! #bestthingever #cmt #cmtawards."
In August, Josh, 27, confessed to cheating on his wife, Anna Duggar, after hackers released stolen data from infidelity website Ashley Madison, including his personal information. In a statement on the Duggar family's website, the father of four called himself "the biggest hypocrite ever" and admitted that he has was addicted to porn, and that he “became unfaithful" to his wife.
He is currently completing his second stint in rehab in a longterm treatment center.
In the interim, Amy and King tied the knot in September in an intimate ceremony in Bentonville, Ark. The two then enjoyed their honeymoon in Cancun, which Amy told Us Weekly was "heaven on Earth."
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