Looks like someone was hit with Cupidâ€™s arrow!Â Jinger Duggar got in the holiday spirit a little over a week early as she shared her Valentineâ€™s Day playlist on Instagram on Monday, February 3. When fans saw some of the sexy, secular music that made the cut, though, they were shocked. The tracks were no â€œMy Neck, My Back,â€ but the roundup included more than a few tunes that parents Jim Bob andÂ Michelle Duggar wouldâ€™ve disapproved of.
â€œIâ€™ve got a Valentineâ€™s Spotify playlist out and would love to hear what you guys think of it!â€ Jinger, 26, told her followers as she showed off a new hairdo on her Instagram page. â€œPlease check it out by visiting the link [in] my bio. ðŸ˜ŠðŸŽ¶â€ But fans werenâ€™t just scandalized â€” they were also impressed. â€œOfficially the Duggar with the best taste in music!â€ one commented. â€œJinger listening to PEARL JAM,â€ another added. â€œWe love to see it.â€
In addition to Pearl Jam, the playlist included artists likeÂ Regina Spektor,Â Ben Folds,Â Ed Sheeran,Â Mumford & Sons,Â Coldplay,Â Bruno Mars andÂ Snow Patrol. â€œI really like this playlist, but I thought your family only listened to Christian music/hymns/instrumental?â€ one fan commented after they saw the tracklist. â€œLove it, but hopefully your parents donâ€™t disown you like they did your sister Jill [Dillard],â€ another added.
Though theÂ Counting On stars seems to have expanded their musical horizons in recent years â€”Â Jana andÂ Josiah Duggar have both shared their love forÂ Michael BublÃ©, andÂ Derick Dillard has even referenced Biggie Smalls â€” secular music is something the family has looked down on in the past. In fact, they even turned their nose up at genres like Christian rock and country.
â€œGrowing up, our parents explained to us that we, as Christians, accept music that promotes the very things God hates, we bring a blot to the name and character of the God we represent,â€ Jinger and her sisters wrote inÂ Growing Up Duggar. â€œFor instance, if a songâ€™s lyrics are saying, â€˜Follow your heart. Do what feels good,â€™ we compare it to the Bible and find that God says, â€˜The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked.’â€