Jon Gosselin: Getting Sprung From the Big House?

Jon Gosselin: Getting Sprung From the Big House?-photo

Is Jon & Kate Plus 8 patriarch Jon Gosselin getting his own pad?

TransWorld News reports that Gosselin—who's been spending less and less time with wifey Kate Gosselin amid rumors of infidelity—is preparing to move out of the family house that he shares—sometimes—with his spouse and their expansive brood.

"Producers have begun looking for apartments that are camera-crew friendly so that Jon can move out,” an insider claims.

Oh, no; does that mean that Jon and Kate will be filming even fewer commentaries together?

Hopefully Jon doesn't expect Kate to chip in with the rent. Word on the street is that she's kind of a tightwad.

Have your say in the comments section: Do you think it's better for all involved if Jon Gosselin moves out of the house?

 

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  • Paula S
    Paula S

    Mema7 I would be able to take you a lot more seriously if you could proofread.And sometimes theirs a point were time off from each other is a good thing, it doesn't guarantee divorce if they separate, simply space to think about their next steps. Reebiska - Not only should "theirs" read "there's", it is also "where" not "were". If you are going to criticize someone else you should proofread yourself first! Nobody is perfect.

  • iamholymoly
    iamholymoly

    You don't have to be baptized to go to church.. only a profession of faith and that's all.. baptism is only a gesture showing you've accepted Christ.. :)

  • Angelina
    Angelina

    You People are dumb me and Kate are like BFFS.. octomom and Kate are going to have their own show with all of their kids... it will be a hit.. Jon's going on the bachelor .. just so you all know the truth..

  • peggy
    peggy

    I think Jon should stay in the house also, its plenty big enough for all of them, and just maybe they can work out whatever problems they have. Relationships are tough and can be rough, relationships are work, you have to work at it, it takes two. I have watched many of Jon and Kate Plus Eight shows, and i do have to say that Kate does need to treat Jon with more respect and not be so hard on the guy, and i'm sure thats what pushed him away, some of what i've seen like saying "hello, i'm over here", inside a store is quite embarassing. You can see the hurt in his eyes, and he doesnt say much or nothing at all. I do like Kate also, but her demeanor towards Jon has got to change, or it will chase someone off.I wish the best for Jon and Kate and the kids'

  • Linda Johnson
    Linda Johnson

    I think Jon moving out is immature and selfish. Both Jon and Kate need to grow up face the responsiblity they have taken on. They knew what they were getting themselves into and need to follow through. Anything can be worked out, if you want it to. That house is plenty BIG for both of them!!!! Grow up kids!!!!!

  • Amy
    Amy

    I wish they would start showing the Gosselin's in church, all 10 of them. Does anyone know if those kids have been baptized? My husband and I were on the verge of divorce. Jesus has held our family together. I wasn't even sure if I believed in God before, now I know he his with me everywhere I go. God be with you Jon and Kate.

  • Amy
    Amy

    Mema7 just hit the wrong key...You Reebiska need to learn grammar....You should have said There's not THEIRS dumb a$$ [quote=Rev. Shaver]As a pastor, (not fundamentalist, not liberal--somewhere in between if I am to be labeled), what I see in this is two people whose life at first was blessed to have the attention they received from a show that exposed their lives in mainly positive direction. This is despite the quarreling that went on at times, most of us who are married have gone through similar problems as Kate and Jon Gosselin did in the PAST. That being said, the rumors, innuendo, carrying on by the tabloids--good grief, how much does it take to see how television at its WORST can take advantage of hurting people for ratings. For Mr. and Mrs. Gosselin, my prayers are for you and your children to get together with someone who can help you both re-connect and possibly (well, inevitably) DISCONNECT with all the Hollywood attention and money the show has brought to you. One axiom stated it something like this: "What profit a man or woman to have a great career and lose their family in the process?" God be with you both, we all are hoping in love and care that things are reconciled. My children are praying for you both and the kids too. Pastor Mark Shaver, Colorado

  • mb
    mb

    Reebsika - You may want to proofread yourself............

  • milew27
    milew27

    Mema7 I would be able to take you a lot more seriously if you could proofread.And sometimes theirs a point were time off from each other is a good thing, it doesn't guarantee divorce if they separate, simply space to think about their next steps. Mema7 just hit the wrong key...You Reebiska need to learn grammar....You should have said There's not THEIRS dumb a$$

  • Rev. Shaver
    Rev. Shaver

    As a pastor, (not fundamentalist, not liberal--somewhere in between if I am to be labeled), what I see in this is two people whose life at first was blessed to have the attention they received from a show that exposed their lives in mainly positive direction. This is despite the quarreling that went on at times, most of us who are married have gone through similar problems as Kate and Jon Gosselin did in the PAST. That being said, the rumors, innuendo, carrying on by the tabloids--good grief, how much does it take to see how television at its WORST can take advantage of hurting people for ratings. For Mr. and Mrs. Gosselin, my prayers are for you and your children to get together with someone who can help you both re-connect and possibly (well, inevitably) DISCONNECT with all the Hollywood attention and money the show has brought to you. One axiom stated it something like this: "What profit a man or woman to have a great career and lose their family in the process?" God be with you both, we all are hoping in love and care that things are reconciled. My children are praying for you both and the kids too. Pastor Mark Shaver, Colorado

  • Reebsika
    Reebsika

    Mema7 I would be able to take you a lot more seriously if you could proofread. And sometimes theirs a point were time off from each other is a good thing, it doesn't guarantee divorce if they separate, simply space to think about their next steps.

  • mema7
    mema7

    This is vert sad, He should say with his wife and children and start leading a Christian life so that his children can grow up to to be healthy adults. Kate also should start leading a Christian life and show respect for her husband and show her children what a Christian family can do together. Too much sin can ruin a marrage and distroy childrens lives.

  • CBW
    CBW

    Well, the Bible says it is better for a man to live on the edge of a rooftop rather than with a spiteful woman! Way to go, Jon! But why not buy yourself a nice big house for when the kids visit?? Plus, you could move your mom in to finally be the Grandma those kids deserve!

  • noah
    noah

    So silly. He should get to live in the house and she should be forced to live out in their barn... where she belongs.