Kate Gosselin‘s sextuplets, 9, watched their mom and older twin sisters Mady and Cara, 13, during their Jan. 20 appearance on The View. After their segment aired, Kate shared a cute family photo on her Twitter page, but given the fact the girls were dissed their mom during the TV show, Kate’s tweet felt like she was backtracking to distract attention away from the interview’s awkwardness!
At least Mady and Cara Gosselin talked when they joined their mother Kate Gosselin on The View on Jan. 20. But unfortunately for Kate, the twins were still totally defiant and they dissed her even harder!
Jon Gosselin has been very outspoken about the way his ex, Kate Gosselin, parents their eight kids, even before their teenage twins Cara and Mady gave a cringeworthy Today Show interview with their mom. Jon was already concerned about the kids’ well being under Kate’s watch before the intense, televised stare-down, since “you can’t breathe the wrong way without upsetting her,” he told InTouch.
Kate Gosselin — you need to leave your 13-year-old twin daughters, Cara and Mady Gosselin, alone, and at home — don’t force them to sit on the Today show couch again. Your shockingly uncomfortable interview with Savannah Guthrie and your daughters on Jan. 16 might now actually now be used as an example in the dictionary to actually define the word, “awkward.”
On Jan. 16, Kate Gosselin seemed to make a major parenting error when she had her daughters Cara and Mady, both 13, sit down with her for a Today show interview with Savannah Guthrie. The clearly uncomfortable girls refused to back up Kate’s claims that they had not been damaged by their life in the spotlight, but Kate is still determined to prove that it all came down to a case of stage fright.
Kate Gosselin brought twins Mady and Cara, 13, on the Today show so they could tell the world how well-adjusted they are, but the whole thing blew up in Kate’s face when the girls fell silent and didn’t stick to the script. Unfortunately Kate handled the situation in the worst possible way. “A parent’s job is to protect their child,” not to “pressure” them, Dr. David Gottesfeld, a clinical psychologist for children and adolescents, tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Jon Gosselin was horrified not only that Kate Gosselin brought twins Mady and Cara, 13, on the Today show for an uncomfortable tell-all interview — but also that she snapped at them on live television when they fell silent and didn’t stick to the script. HollywoodLife.com spoke with the girls’ father, Jon, after the show, and he slammed his ex for intimidating the teens on TV.