Kate Gosselin: Nursing is my backup plan
Sounds like the lure of the celeb lifestyle is singing to Kate Gosselin once more. She recently denied that she is returning to nursing and instead wants to continue her career in reality television.
Kate Gosselin wants to be a star -- not a nurse -- and she hopes to achieve that goal by getting back into the medium that made her famous to begin with -- reality television.
Kate Gosselin made a special appearance on The View on Monday to discuss her future plans now that her show, Kate Plus 8, has been canceled by the network that helped make her a household name, TLC.
There have been rumors circulating that Gosselin is returning to her former roots as a nurse, but according to her, that is not the case. She said, "It was always my backup plan, but one day you realize your backup plan won't work to provide for eight kids."
As far as the cancellation of her show is concerned, she said, "Obviously as an adult I'm paying attention to ratings. It was still a shock to hear it and sit the kids down for our first ever family meeting."
Gosselin also said on the talk show that she is hoping to land a television deal for the family in order to create further opportunities for her children, 10-year-old twins Mady and Cara, and her 7-year-old sextuplets Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah and Joel.
When asked about her ex, Jon Gosselin's comments about being happy that his children are no longer on television, Gosselin responded, "I don't typically comment on what he has to say. His opinions don't affect me."
Gosselin might want to reconsider that last statement considering he is the father of her eight children and the one working while she's currently unemployed. And with all the negative publicity surrounding Gosselin in the recent past, we can't help but wonder if she does happen to get a new reality show, will anyone even watch?
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