The termination of their beloved reality show has not been easy on the Gosselin brood. Kate Gosselin revealed to Barbara Walters last night that her eight children burst into tears when hearing their TLC show was over.“I finally admitted it to them," Kate told Barbara during her 10 Most Fascinating People of 2009 interview. "They kept asking ‘Where’s the camera crew? We miss them!’ And I said, ‘Our show is over.’ And they — eight sobbing kids driving home from school.”
The children still don't realize the magnitude of the show or that they themselves are famous.
“That’s not a word we use,” Kate said. “I don’t like that word. They watch DVDs of our show and it’s family memories to them.”
Kate also spoke about her memories with ex-husband Jon Gosselin in the intimate interview.
“I love the Jon that I remember, the Jon that I knew, the Jon who brought our kids home from the hospital, the Jon who used to be the bath man and the bedtime guy,” she said.
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Kate said there is no hope of her and Jon rekindling their romance at this point in their relationship.
The dutiful mother remains unclear on why Jon stopped allowing TLC to film their children for what would have been Kate Plus 8.
"I don't get it," she said.
The other public figures that made Barbara's fascinating people list include Lady Gaga, Glenn Beck, Tyler Perry, Adam Lambert, Sarah Palin, Brett Favre, Jenny Sanford, Michael Jackson's children Paris, Prince Michael and Prince Michael II (Blanket), and Michelle Obama holding the number one spot.