Reality TV mom Kate Gosselin showed up for her first day as a new blogger on CouponCabin.com with a new look -- and rumors are circulating that she may have had work done on her face.
New York City plastic surgeon Jon Turk told UsWeekly that based on recent photos, Gosselin's defined jawline and changed eye shape "suggest a facelift."
After reportedly looking for work after her TLC show "Kate Plus 8" was axed, Kate Gosselin scored a blogging gig at CouponCabin.com. Gosselin spoke to "Extra" correspondent AJ Calloway, and said, "My main goal is always providing for my kids in the best way possible."
She continued, "I definitely have always said I think a talk show is possibly in my future... and so, we will wait and see."
It's no secret that reality mom Kate Gosselin has been trying to figure out her next move since her TLC show, "Kate Plus 8" got the ax. Although Gosselin has expressed her desire to be on TV ("I love being on TV"), the mother of eight may try for a radio gig instead, according to Show Biz Spy.
"This is an idea that thrills me to pieces!" Kate wrote when a fan asked about whether she would host a show on SiriusXM Satellite Radio.
Reality TV mom Kate Gosselin talked with "Extra's" AJ Calloway about the series finale of her TLC show "Kate Plus 8," saying, "I'm sad it's the last episode of our show."
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Even though the show is done, Gosselin told Calloway she still wants to keep doing TV. "I'd like to stay in TV to do a talk show or anything in the media. I feel very comfortable here. It's been working for us."
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We've seen Jon and Kate's eight children grow up in front of our eyes, their very public divorce, and the Gosselin family splashed on the covers of supermarket tabloids. After six years, TLC is bidding farewell to "Jon and Kate Plus 8," which is now just "Kate Plus 8."
The best and worst moments, candid interviews with the nanny and bodyguard, and chaotic behind-the-scenes footage will be revealed in the show's finale, airing September 12 on TLC.
After the cancellation of her long-running TLC show "Kate Plus 8," a spin-off of "Jon and Kate Plus 8," Kate Gosselin is getting a hard dose of reality, admitting to People magazine, "I'm freaking out. Big time."
Kate says her children "weren't ready" to leave the show, which has been running on TLC since 2005. She adds, "Nobody was [ready]. I've never quit a job in my life without having something else lined up. I don't know what's next."
Her six-year run on TLC's "Jon and Kate Plus 8" and "Kate Plus 8" will soon be over, but reality mom Kate Gosselin is hopeful about continuing in television, telling "Extra's" Steve Santagati, "I love being on TV. Wherever it takes me, I'm open to whatever."
If a career is TV isn't in her future, the mother of eight says she's cooked up other delicious ideas. "I wouldn't rule out a restaurant, but not a bakery... ask my kids, I fail in the baking department." Always in charge, Gosselin said she would "for sure" fulfill the role of chef if she decided to go the restaurant route.