Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman has just proved he can keep 1,100 graduating college kids awake for 17 minutes and even led them in a popular local cheer about kicking ass. But Obama’s lean, understated former ambassador to China is really here to prove he can mount a credible campaign against the man he was working for a week prior.
Jon and Kate Gosselin aren’t the only ones conferencing with lawyers. TLC, the network that introduced the bickering couple and their eight kids to the nation, has not only put the kibosh on “Jon & Kate Plus 8” but also filed a breach of contract lawsuit Friday against Jon Gosselin
They say that breaking up is hard to do, especially when millions of eyes are there to witness every caustic comment and verbal volley. No one knows that better than Jon and Kate Gosselin, whose divorce is playing out on a world stage, complete with tabloid covers, he-said-she-said television appearances and court orders
Remember the kid growing up who threatened to take his ball home when he didn’t get picked for a team? Well, that’s Jon Gosselin.
Not long after Jon and Kate Gosselin announced their divorce on the hit TLC show “Jon & Kate Plus 8,” the buzz began. Fans, bloggers and critics theorized that Jon, who had been embraced by fans as the beleaguered and sympathetic father of a set of twins and a set of sextuplets, was purposely acting out.