Jon Gosselin wins our Thirsty Thursday award this week. Jon, who is broke as a joke, told Kate Gosselin, whose reality TV career is on the upswing, that he’d be willing to go on Couples Therapy with her. What a kind soul. I’m sure he has only her best interests at heart.
“I would consider appearing on Couples Therapy with Kate,” said Jon. “We are divorced, but why can’t we co-parent? I was thinking Kate and I could do a televised sit-down with a doctor and work out our differences, because our kids are suffering. She’s still so angry at me.”
It’s official. Bachelor couple Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell have called it quits. I know you’re shocked. I feel it as well. Do you need a minute to collect your thoughts? I’ll wait.
In all seriousness… of course they broke up. One: the Bachelor sucks. Two: flippant Juan Pablo Galavis and insufferable Nikki Ferrel. Three: they turned to Dr. Jenn “FU” Berman for relationship advice. That’s three strikes.
Nikki ended the relationship because Juan Pablo “stopped putting any effort into the relationship” after their time on Couples Therapy. Meanwhile, Juan Pablo’s people were like, ess okay, because Juan was so over Nikki’s “childish antics” and “temper tantrums.”
The internet is abuzz with rumors that former BachelorJuan Pablo and his winning lady, Nikki Ferrell, might have finally called it quits. All the hubbub stems from two vague social media posts.
Former soccer star Juan Pablo Galavis posted to Twitter on October 26: “Sometimes you WIN, sometimes you LOSE… You will ALWAYS learn…” Fans took this to signal the end of Juan Pablo and Nikki’s relationship. One Tweeter even asked: “so is it true u and Nikki broke up?” No answer so far, however, from the Season 18 Bachelor.
The tale of woe continues… Jon Gosselin has been evicted from his home.
In May, Jon was fired from his job as a waiter for coming in late and blowing off shifts. Jon’s next attempt at employment – credit card sales – did not work out either. Now the broke and unemployed father of eight has been evicted.
“The eviction happened last week,” an insider confirmed. “Jon could no longer afford the rent. The job at the credit card company he was working for didn’t pan out. The anticipated income wasn’t there and the situation deteriorated.”