No One Wants To Hire Kate Gosselin
“I want you to answer this honestly: Is porn mediocre?”
This may come as a shock, but the TV offers haven’t rolled in at all for Kate Gosselin which is weird considering America’s shortage of shrill, white Christian women who will never admit they’re wrong. She’s practically an endangered species. HuffPost Celebrity reports:
“She has approached many different networks, including pitching a travel show idea to her old network, TLC, but so far no one has said yes,” an insider tells me. “She assumed that given her fame, producers and networks would be knocking her over with job offers and is, to say the least, very surprised that she hasn’t received a single one.”
And let’s just slap a little icing on this cake:
Like many reality stars Kate is in a very difficult position,” a reality show casting director tells me. “Who wants to go back to a real day job after being paid to work three or four months a year. Everyone I have ever met on a reality show thinks it will never end. They quit their day jobs and assume they will become rich and famous. They do become infamous [but] — with the exception of Bethenny Frankel — they never become rich. Plus, who is going to hire them for a real job after they have made a fool out of themselves on TV?“
CUSTOMER: Tall caramel macchiato, please.
KATE: I have eight kids. How dare you ask me to make that?!
MANAGER: Kate? Can I speak to you for a minute?
KATE: *walks into back room*
MANAGER: I don’t know how to say this, so I’m just gonna say it. You don’t work here, so I need you to stop going behind the counter and putting on the headsets.
KATE: But you hired me the other day.
MANAGER: No, I hired you, but then you asked if we could pretend I didn’t and just let you stand around looking like a customer which I used as an opportunity to inform you rubbing my testicles with your foot is considered assault and asked you to leave.
KATE: Nope, no, I distinctly remember you agreeing to pay me money to feed my eight children.
MANAGER: Then I’m telling TMZ you’re an employee here.
KATE: I’ll be good! I’ll be good! This is me leaving.