Kate Gosselin came onto the television scene with her husband Jon when “Jon and Kate Plus 8″ began airing in 2008. Now, after a stint on “The View,” she’s ready to join a new panel talk show, aimed at working moms. “I’ve been given the gift of gab, so why not use it?” Gosselin told the audience at the Southern Women’s Show in Charlotte, NC, where she was answering questions and signing copies of her books. According to TVGuide.com, the panel will also include Food Network host Paula Deen and morning show vets Rene Syler (“The Early Show”) and Lee Woodruff (“Good Morning America”).
In our opinion, Kate isn’t the (only) reality star who should be given a talk show. A few of our suggestions after the jump.
- Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt: Reality TV’s prom king and queen attempt to discuss the news of the day, end up rambling about themselves and Jesus.
- Kim and Khloe Kardashian: The sisters help single women date the athlete of their dreams on their new show, tentatively titled “How to Bag A Baller.” And they’d know a thing or two about it: Kim dated New Orleans Saint Reggie Bush for two years, and Khloe is set to marry Lamar Odom of the Lakers.
- Fabio Viviani and Stefan Richter: Top Chef 5′s Team Europe fills their hour-long show with thickly accented smack talk and wisecracks.
- PC (“NYC Prep“): Bravo’s Chuck Bass wannabe compares notes with other reality show cast members who emulate fictional characters for a living.
Who do you think should have a show?