Kate Gosselin hasn't given up on her new reality show Twist of Kate, and she claims TLC hasn't either. But how will Twist of Kate (if the show does air) differ from Kate Plus Eight?
According to a report from The Morning Call, there will be quite a few differences between the two reality TV shows. TLC chief Eileen O'Neill had the following to say about the premise of Twist of Kate.
"She will be in that person's shoes," she said. "And more often than not, it's not going to be terribly comfortable for her. She's game for things, but she also has limits and boundaries."
So what will all of this mean for Kate Gosselin? Will she be uncomfortable doing this new show if it does in fact materialize? And would it maybe be good for Kate to move out of her comfort zone for a while?
Twist of Kate will feature Gosselin going to other women's homes and jobs and assuming their actual roles for short periods of time. Do you see this potentially spelling disaster? Kate Gosselin is awfully set in her ways. To walk in another woman's shoes might just push her stress level right over the edge. Kate likes organization and constant neatness. What will she do if she winds up in some messy woman's house or in a job that is a bit too chaotic for her liking?
This would certainly be a far cry from Kate Plus Eight, where the cameras merely catch whatever the Gosselin crew is up to--whether it's grocery shopping or traveling half way around the world. And since there is no mention of the 'plus eight' in this new show, does this mean the children are excluded? Does this mean they would spend more time in the care of nannies than they already do?
It certainly sounds like Kate Gosselin has a lot to consider if Twist of Kate makes it on to the TLC lineup. How do you think she'll fare? Does she have what it takes to walk in another woman's shoes--possibly a lot of different women at that?
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