Kaydar only has 2 type of readers. Krazy Kate Fans that post hundreds of comments a day & random viewers who post 1-3 comments and thenget attacked for speaking truth. So in order to keep them (the Krazy Kate Fans), (all 15 of them with 3-9 different sn's) they need to 'edit' their story to "please" these certain type of viewers. Because without them, their website is pretty much dead. Just like this blog. LOL
Kate Gosselin has no fans. Her event was cut short to only 30 mins when they realized no one else was showing up to the event. Kaydar was even ripping her a new one in their original article.
Calling her a diva, poking at Kate's lack of fans and so on. For some odd rea$on, Kaydar had a change of heart and rewrote history. Thanks to Preesi for pointing this out. Kaydar again proves why they are not a site for credible news. They even admit to LOVING KATE GOSSELIN! LMAO.
See original Article here: Before/ After
Here is the OLD ARTICLE before they were PAID OFF by TLC.
Wearing a deep purple dress and grey cardigan, Kate came down to meet fans at the Barnes and Noble book store about 15 minutes late (although Radar heard she had arrived at the store early).
We love Kate at RadarOnline.com, but we couldn't help noticing some other slightly diva-ish behavior.
First up, the signing was supposed to be set up in a sectioned off room in the back of the store. But just before it started, store employees got word that Kate wanted to move the signing to an area out on the floor between the bookshelves. Perhaps it had something to do with the fact that only approximately 30-40 people showed up to meet the mom of 8 and have her sign their book.
Because of the lackluster crowd of fans, the signing only lasted a half hour. But that was apparently enough for Kate, who even before realizing she had no more fans, decided she needed to to take a break -- and did so just 30 minutes into the book signing.
The other comical thing was how Kate's faithful bodyguard, Steve Nield, kept asking fans who wanted their picture taken with Gosselin not to get too close to her and to instead "stay to the side of the table".