Former reality TV star Jon Gosselin is moving on with his life -- and says he wants to stay out of the public eye for good.
In an exclusive interview with In Touch, Gosselin talks about how losing it all was the best thing that ever happened to him. "I really don't miss anything about the reality TV life, to be honest. It just wasn't for me."
TLC's "Kate Plus 8" filmed an episode of their reality show at The Kiwi House, an aviary in New Zealand, but encountered some unwanted creatures hiding in the trees... paparazzi.
Kate spotted a pap while the guide was educating the kids about birds, and interrupted him to ask if they could "stop that from happening." Because they were on public property, they could not ask them to leave.
See the mini drama unfold on "Kate Plus Eight."
A lawsuit has been filed against reality TV star Kate Gosselin that claims she didn't pay $10,000 in marriage counseling fees.
The complaint was filed at Freeland District Court in Pennsylvania before Judge Gerald Feissner on March 28 by a company called Creative Energy Options, based in White Haven, reports RadarOnline.com.
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The new season of TLC's "Kate Plus 8" follows the family as they travel across the globe to Australia and soak up the culture, warm weather, and learn about the animals that are unique to the territory.
The Gosselin family had exciting encounters with sharks, alligators, and koala bears. Kate described a "life-changing event" -- "I fell in love with a koala."
Reality TV star Sarah Palin has been getting a lot of heat from animal rights activists after shooting a caribou on her TLC show, "Sarah Palin's Alaska," -- and the former Governor had some words for them Friday morning in an interview with "Good Morning America's" Robin Roberts.
"We eat, therefore we hunt -- and I am thankful that I get to feed my kids organic food," Palin said. "If they don't wear leather shoes and a belt and drive a car with leather seats and they eat no meat, then they have somethin' to say. And I can listen to them when they say, 'How dare you kill an animal to feed a family?' because they don't participate in that. And at least they're sincere about it."
It doesn't look like Kate Gosselin is one for the great outdoors.
In a sneak peek at Kate Gosselin's Alaska camping trip with Sarah Palin, released by Us Weekly, the mom of eight cries for decent food and admits she's never camped before.
You can catch the entire episode TLC's "Sarah Palin's Alaska" on Sunday, December 5 at 9:00 PM PST.
Two of the Gosselin children have reportedly been permanently expelled from a private school in Pennsylvania.
Collin and Alexis Gosselin, both 6, are now being home-schooled, a source close to the family told People.com, but said reports that their expulsion was because of bullying and violent behavior have been overblown.
"The situation is being grossly overstated," the source explained. "The kids are going through a challenging time, but Kate doesn't feel this is something that should be discussed publicly. It is a private matter."
The reality TV mom has said in the past that the divorce has taken a bit of a toll on the kids, but for the most part, twins Cara and Mady and sextuplets Alexis, Hannah, Leah, Aaden, Collin and Joel, are handling things pretty well. "They're just amazing, resilient, loving kids," she recently told People.com.