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Kate Gosselin Sits Down With Larry King

By Josh Loposer |

kate-gosselin-on-todayIt’s a date. Kate Gosselin is going to sit down for a primetime chat with one of the most ancient iconic TV talk show hosts of all time — Larry King. Will he get her to spill any details about what’s going on with Jon?

Only two months after announcing the their separation, it seems like the cops get called almost every time their paths cross. It seems crazy that after allegedly pretending to still care about each other for months after they had already called it quits, the couple can’t even seem to be civil.

So much for putting the Plus 8 first. The Jon and Kate saga has quickly become a story about a feuding, estranged couple and not one about parenting at all. It’s sad.

While Kate never ceases to make the news, Jon’s midlife crisis and the accompanying antics are taking up a lot of the spotlight these days. Perhaps the biggest news on the Jon front: his potentially contract-breaking new reality show The Divorced Dads Club.

Hopefully, Larry will be throwing hardballs at Kate about what the heck has really been going on behind the scenes, is the show really doomed, and is Jon having a psychological breakdown. What other questions do we want answers to?


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Josh Loposer

Josh Loposer is a professional writer based in Austin, TX and has previously contributed to the Entertainment and Celebrity channels on Babble.

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0 thoughts on “Kate Gosselin Sits Down With Larry King

  1. If only says:

    One of them needs to quit talking to the media – eventually, the other one would follow suit, since it’s boring to talk with no response. Otherwise, this thing will just get uglier.

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