Hello Gosselin fans! Low and behold less than 48 hours after the "not so private" meeting with Jon, Jodi and Kevin are back at the only place that will pay them..the CBS Morning Show..This time they invite media hound Gloria Allred, who smiled so big we thought the screen would crack.. To say they did this for the early publicity is a gross understatement. To say anything will come of this interview is laughable..Except perhaps, increase exposure for the Kreider family..Because now that the mortgage is paid off, they need the household bills paid as well! Since last nights episode was an hour long, theres a lot of video to put here, so I needed to make this it's own post..Let me know what you thought of the show!
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On the night that Kate Gosselin appeared on a pre-taped TLC special answering fan questions, the mom of eight was in California participating with other authors in Night at the Village, a function connected with the Maria Shriver-hosted Women's Conference, where she revealed how she's coping now during her messy divorce. .
"I wake up every day, get out of bed, do what I do because of my kids," she said on the panel. "There's many more lessons I've learned, many more things I've been through, more unexpected things, but I think at the end of it all, perseverance, determination and tenacity is definitely what will get me there." Meanwhile, Shriver and Valerie Bertinelli commented on Kate's situation.
"Love your children more than you hate your ex," Valerie said, giving her advice. "She seems to be following it. Her ex does not seem to be following it as much. I think she's doing the best she can, which is all anyone can ask of ourselves," Maria added.
The event, in Long Beach, California, brought together 10,000 attendees in a 160,000 square foot "women's village," where there were book signings and stations touching on topics including cooking and food, health and wellness, live music and dancing, and even shopping.
Proceeds from Night at the Village benefit The Women's Conference's WE programs. The main event of the conference takes place Tuesday.