Some troll was snarking the other day about Kate not going to church anymore.. Are you kidding me? Does your obviously old behind realize how hard it is to take ONE child to mass let alone 8? And function? What about not even being able to enjoy the sermon because people are staring at you and the press is hounding you? Why does Kate or anyone else for that matter have to go to church to be spiritual? What right do you even have to attack her other than hate and jealousy for absolutely no reason? GET A LIFE! I say this out of sheer frustration of taking my own kids to Mass yesterday after a very unsuccessful morning of trying to get them to stay with the other children while trying to enjoy family mass. You people need to stop attacking like you know better. Kate is doing just fine thanks to you...
Tony Dovolani: ‘Paso Doble Is Going To Be Kate’s Best Dance’: Access Hollywood.com: “Dancing with the Stars” pro Tony Dovolani says when it comes to partner Kate Gosselin, people ain’t seen nothing yet. “Paso Doble is going to be Kate’s best dance,” he Tweeted on Saturday. Tony Tweeted a number of happy thoughts as he and the reality mom prepared for their next performance. On Thursday, he Tweeted, “I am loving this dance,” and Friday, he added that the pair had debuted their moves to the music. We just did the dance to the music yyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeaaaaaaa bbbbbaaaaabbbbbyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!” he Tweeted.
The optimism was a far cry from the footage from last week’s rehearsals (shown on Monday’s show), which revealed a heated argument between the pair, prompting Tony to say “I quit” and walk out of the studio. He returned, however, and the twosome scored 15 out of 30 for their jive performance – one of the week’s lower scores, but enough to stay on the show for another week as Shannen Doherty was chosen as the first celeb to leave “Dancing’s” 10th season.
Kate Gosselin: I Dance 'For My Kids': Good Morning America.com
"Dancing With the Stars" contestant Kate Gosselin tearfully responded to criticism today, saying that she uses her fame to help her kids, not the other way around. "That just does me in. Any work that comes my way -- and this job [on 'Dancing'] is most cost effective," the reality star said. "If it could all go away because I was financially set and I could stay home and bake and cook from scratch, I'd like to do that. I'd so be there." Gosselin is one of three mothers in the cast of "Dancing With the Stars" this year -- Pamela Anderson and Niecy Nash being the others -- and all have had to figure out a way to balance the demanding training regime with finding time to be with their kids.
"I have eight kids, and I'm a mom and I have a very full schedule anyway," she said on "Good Morning America" in early March. "Obviously, the kids come first. It's going to be hard. I'm determined to do it." Gosselin gained fame on her TLC reality-TV show "Jon and Kate Plus Eight," which went off the air after she and husband Jon Gosselin got divorced. She commutes to and from Los Angeles for appearances on "Dancing With the Stars." When asked if she had any dancing experience before the show began, Gosselin said, "not so much," adding that she isn't worried about the notoriously grueling physical preparation for the show. "I will be dancing in the basement" while the kids are in school or asleep for the night. "That's the part I'm looking forward to," she said. "Beat my butt, because I need to do it. That part I'm not afraid of. Honestly, my mind is willing to do it. It's just making my body figure it out." After her first dance, it looked like things weren't going as smoothly as Gosselin hoped. In a television clip that aired last week, Gosselin's partner, Tony Dovolani, walked out of a rehearsal after becoming frustrated with Gosselin. Gosselin squeaked by the latest "DWTS" elimination round, edging out Shannen Doherty who was cut, but took harsh criticism from the judges.