She might be getting ready to start dating again, but not having a job might just make things a bit harder. Kate Gosselin was fired from her CouponCabin blogging job. According to CEO Scott Kluth, Kate Gosselin just wasn’t the right fit.
In November 2011, after her reality show ended and her marriage failed, Kate Gosselin scored a blogging job with CouponCabin. The former reality show star blogged guidelines for bargain hunters. But CouponCabin CEO and founder Scott Kluth fired Kate Gosselin saying she was no longer the best fit for the company.
“A series of recent events have made it clear to me that Kate Gosselin and her contributions do not align with the authenticity which we set out to build almost a decade ago” Scott Kluth told the CouponCabin readers. “Ms. Gosselin is simply not a good fit with the wonderful team and culture at CouponCabin” reads the CEO’s note to the readers.
Scott Kluth’s “recent events” comment has many in the media wondering what happened that was so bad it got Kate Gosselin fired. The mom of eight appeared last week on “Watch What Happens Live” to talk about the rumors that she and her bodyguard were dating. She also shut down rumors that she might have had plastic surgery. “I am probably one of the rare few who de-age” Gosselin said.
Over the weekend, before she was fired from the CouponCabin blogging gig, Kate Gosselin ran a 10K marathon. “I am ‘tireder’ than tired…I had an early cold fast running day – I loved it! I need sleep so I have ‘mom power’ for more fun. Stuff ahead! GN!” she tweeted Saturday.
This week, Kate Gosselin announced on Twitter she was “super busy working away”. “I’m having lots of fun and can’t wait to share! No worries…we will chat soon! XO” she announced.
CouponCabin CEO Scott Kluth also announced that Kate Gosselin’s blog was discontinued. However the reality show star’s “contributions garnered both positive attention and criticism”. “…but as always, I respect and appreciate your candid opinions, which often encourage us not to lose sight of our mission – to help YOU save money” Kluth added. “We wish Kate, her family and her support staff all the best” the CEO concluded his note to readers.