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The announcement sparked a flurry of angry letters to the LPA from little people and their parents and a debate within the Portland, Oregon-based organization over its response to the show, Roloff said.

"The fact that Fox is doing this reality show is outrageous," Roloff quoted one e-mail he received from the parent of a dwarf child.

journey isn’t exactly an ideal way to meet someone and fall in love, but it sounds less traumatic than Vanessa Grimaldi’s previous relationship!

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Q&A: Fox Reality Kingpin Mike Darnell on Why He's Leaving, and What's Next It's the end of an era for Fox, which meets reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday without Darnell for the first time in decades.

Network execs are still mulling Darnell's replacement.

Things were just fine when I was roaring with delight over the plight of the midget, but I’ll be damned if Ill stand by and let trailer-dwelling in-breeders join the party.

The show centers around 23-year-old Glen Foster, a wee-man from Philadelphia who considers himself quite the ladies’ man.

LOS ANGELES, California (Reuters) -- Critics may roll their eyes at Fox television's upcoming dwarf-dating contest "The Littlest Groom," but the head of the advocacy group Little People of America says the show could end up giving his members a boost.

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