Star reporter dating jon gosselin loooking for dating for serious relation
Is Jon now cheating on Hailey, just as he is rumored to have cheated on Kate with Glassman and Deanna Hummel as his marriage crumbled? At least from what we can tell, his motives are different.
Read Full Story Kate Major is a former reporter for Star magazine who became the subject of tabloid tittering when she started talking about her brief fling with Jon Gosselin shortly after his separation from Kate.
But Laurie Goldberg, senior vice president of communications at the Learning Channel, which airs “I am so emotionally spent” (from her husband’s behavior, which has included philandering with the daughter of the plastic surgeon who gave Kate her tummy tuck), and so it might not look good for her to be out enjoying herself at a hot spot.“You’re like a prisoner,” Kate says of her newfound fame, annoyed. She and her estranged husband, Jon, are churning around at the center of a multi-media tsunami focused on their split and impending divorce. Kate out in medialand, and the media is squarely on Team Jon.
Kate, who in the first season of two years ago, appeared on-screen as a dowdy, sweatpants-wearing mama hen, is now looking very much the celebrity—from her tanned, trained body to her curiously asymmetrical blond hairdo, now so iconic as to be the model for a popular Halloween wig. “Oh, it’s Kelly”—Ripa, of —Kate says, holding up a French-manicured finger, signaling for us all to be silent. They are the subject of gossipy talk-show talk—a frequent “Hot Topic” on —and the target of thousands of disapproving blogs (Gosselins Without Pity being the most insane). “In news focus groups,” says Richard Spencer, editor of which has put Jon and Kate on its cover 15 times, “it was amazing to me that readers were actually on Jon’s side. I don’t blame him for having an affair.’”“Mom to Monster,” cried the cover of in May. “Bit of a nerd.” Neild travels with Kate; he accompanied her on the book tours for her best-selling Neild doesn’t think going to Nobu is such a good idea, either.
The baby weighed in at 7 pounds, 5 ounces and measured nearly 20 inches.
Mom and baby are "doing great," according to family's rep.
How did two average parents from rural Pennsylvania with an outsize brood rise to such dizzying heights of stardom and tabloid infamy?