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Topic - Kate Gosselin
It wasn't exactly advertised, but the first episode of "X Factor" to offer the public a chance to be heard brought in "around 10 million" votes, according to Simon Cowell.
Reality TV mom Kate Gosselin says she was hurrying home to her children when she was stopped for speeding last month in central Pennsylvania.
Jon Gosselin is "very relieved" that ex-wife Kate Gosselin's show about their eight children has gotten the ax, but Ms. Gosselin reportedly finds this reality to be "scary."
TLC says it is canceling "Kate Plus 8."
VH1 is exploring the connection between hip-hop and cocaine.
A northeastern Pennsylvania judge says reality TV star Kate Gosselin must pay a local marriage therapist more than $10,000 in a dispute over counseling.
Kate Gosselin is not a happy camper.
"Kate Gosselin did it, so why not Katie Couric? At Us Weekly's 25 Most Stylish New Yorkers fete in New York City, CBS Evening News anchor and Today show veteran Katie Couric shared a new career goal," writes USMagazine.com.
With tongue firmly planted in cheek, we suggest a few celebrities and personalities who might want to enter obscurity.
Edie Falco of "Nurse Jackie" and Jim Parsons of "The Big Bang Theory" were honored Sunday with Emmy Awards for their comedy series lead roles.
Jim Parsons of "The Big Bang Theory" won the Emmy Award for best actor in a comedy series for his portrayal of a scientist as nerdy as he is brilliant.
Eric Stonestreet of "Modern Family" and Jane Lynch of "Glee" were honored at Sunday's Emmy Awards for their comedy-series supporting roles.
Eric Stonestreet of "Modern Family" won the Emmy Award for best supporting actor in a comedy Sunday for his portrayal of a gay dad and partner who's a boisterous spirit.
Don't call it "American Idol." Call it "Extreme Makeover: 'Idol' Edition."
Pennsylvania's labor department is defending its decision to issue work permits to Kate Gosselin's sextuplets for the reality show "Kate Plus 8."
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EAST EARL, PA. (AP) - Reality TV mom Kate Gosselin says she was hurrying home to her children when she was stopped for speeding last month in central Pennsylvania.