Kate Plus Eight

April 5, 2011 by Post Team 

Kate Plus Eight, Kate Gosselin has started the new season of Kate Plus 8 episodes, showing a new side of her. Charm, humor, and endearing, she managed to overturn a popular image of itself as small, medium and selfish. The new episode has been a family-less-Jon in Australia, where …

Awww, I’m just kidding you. Kate Plus was tedious when it was not painful. Accompanied by two assistants needed to help a mother who chooses to shepherd her children by two airports, while wearing high heels, Kate took the children in Sydney. There, they threw boomerangs, and saw fireworks on New Year’s Eve. Guess what? Cara had a meltdown during the fireworks.

To offset the image even poorer it accumulated during its occurrence in Alaska Sarah Palin, Kate found out her adventure and good sportsmanship. “I had a little to buy,” she said of her diva-round Alaska livid. “I’m in the way of challenging myself,” Kate tells the camera when she was back in her home in Pennsylvania.

Images Australia, however, told a different tale. Volunteering for a shark cage diving, she squawked Kate did not “like water,” and she screamed while in the cage because the water was cold (“Imagine if there were sharks “said an Australian guide whose eyes were probably driving behind his glasses).

It is habit now: The children are cute, what we see of them, too many scenes are cut just before someone starts to cry or, perhaps, throw a tantrum, and this I am happy for the good of the children and their future. Kate is her version of a television personality who was dressed too hard to keep her cool under control.

“I think it was great for children to see my positive attitude,” said Kate, because, you know, everything about it. Next week, plus Australia, then it’s off to New Zealand! (Upcoming Attractions were presented by Kate crying because “my fear of heights.”)

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