Kate Gosselin Rejected by 'DWTS' for Being 'Too Boring'

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By Sami K. Martin , Christian Post Reporter
August 1, 2012|2:34 pm

Reality TV star Kate Gosselin has finally found a show that will not have her. ABC has refused to sign Gosselin on for its "Dancing With the Stars" All-Star season, saying that Gosselin's personal "storyline" is too bland for the series.

Gosselin, however, is not too upset to be sitting out for the season, which will see the return of fan favorites Bristol Palin, Joey Fatone, Kirstie Alley and Pamela Anderson. Reports state that although Gosselin wanted to participate in the All-Star season, ABC passed her over for bigger stars.

"I count each one to be braver than perhaps I could be to face the immense amount of fear, nerves and criticism that no doubt comes with the dancing shoes. And to do it all over again? I am [amazed] and impressed!" Gosselin wrote on her blog.

Who is her pick to win this season? None other than her fellow competitor Pamela Anderson.

"In my opinion, she's braver than brave because she was not a finalist in our season and is the only contestant going into Season 15 with that status," Gosselin noted.

"It may seem little, but it's the little things that can mess with your head! I know Pam will block it out and conquer it," she added. Make no mistake, though, Gosselin still has plenty to keep her busy.

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The actress and mother of eight children recently took up running in marathons. Last month she competed in the Chicago Mini Marathon alongside her co-workers at CouponCabin.com. She is a frequent blogger on the site and offers her own money-saving advice to those who may need it.

It's a far different scenario than that of Kate's ex-husband, Jon Gosselin, who attempted to stay away from the limelight after their marriage ended.

"I can't afford to pay my rent, and the domestic-relations staff tell me they will put me in jail," he told Star magazine.

"I am a single father who's trying to make ends meet during a recession. What do I do- pay child support or rent? I need to support my kids, but I could lose my house, and I need my home to continue to have custody," Jon explained.

Perhaps he could read Kate's blog for tips on how to save money.

 

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