Kate was on Watch What's Happening Live with Andy Cohen last week. I have NO idea why she was on the show, though he does have a varied list of guests. I couldn't watch, so I have no idea how it went over.
Kate Gosselin's no longer an employee at CouponCabin
Okay, can't raise enough interest to have people pay to join her on a cruise.
Now CouponCabin has pretty much admitted that hiring her was a bad idea.
Kate Gosselin fired from job as CouponCabin blogger
Kate Gosselin's no longer an employee at CouponCabin.
By Rebecca Macatee, E! Online
Kate Gosselin, you've been fired. Yep, the 37-year-old single mom got the ax from her job as a contributing blogger at CouponCabin. Company CEO Scott Kluth announced Tuesday that "a series of recent events have made it clear" that the former reality star and her contributions "do not align with the authenticity that we set out to build almost a decade ago."
"Ms. Gosselin is simply not a good fit with the wonderful team and culture at CouponCabin," he added.
Kluth noted that Gosselin's "contributions garnered both positive attention and criticism" during her 11 months working for the site. "We wish Kate, her family and her support staff all the best."
Although E! News' requests for comment were not immediately returned, Gosselin did hint on Twitter that she had something else lined up. "I'm alive!I've been super busy working away!" she wrote Tuesday. "I'm having lots of fun and can't wait to share!No worries..we will chat soon! XO"
Nice that they mentioned Steve (see bolded part above).
Now she will have to find another way to peddle herself and her family... I know what she could do, get a job!! A job just like the rest of us who don't get freebies!
"To err is human, to arr is a pirate"
I couldn't figure out what Kate knew about coupons in general.
Wow. You know it must have been bad when the CEO writes such an unflattering letter and posts it as a public announcement. They could simply have announced that Kate's contract had ended and they decided to part ways, wish her well, yada, yada. You get the feeling they couldn't get rid of her fast enough. I'm not into coupons and didn't visit that site, but I can't imagine Kate would have been easy to work with. She no doubt considers herself a celebrity and would have expected to be treated as such with all the perks. I call BS on Kate's Twitter message. Of course she wants to appear to be completely unaffected by the firing -- "la, la, la, I can't hear you."
What next? Kate making the rounds of the talk shows again, sobbing that she's out of work and broke? It will be interesting to hear her spin on what happened at CC.
Nothing's changed I see,lol
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
Martin Luther King, Jr.