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Jon Gosselin Attends Funeral For His Ed Hardy Shirt In Times Square?!

AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of ‘Connected’, a new genre of realty programming, NY
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Apr. 2 2015, Published 2:09 p.m. ET

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AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of 'Connected', a new genre of realty programming, NY

AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of ‘Connected’, a new genre of realty programming, NY
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If you were in the Times Square area on Tuesday, you may have seen Jon Gosselin attending his own funeral for his beloved Ed Hardy shirts. Wait, what? Why was the former Jon & Kate Plus 8 star at a funeral, and in the middle of New York City of all places?

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AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of 'Connected', a new genre of realty programming, NY

AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of ‘Connected’, a new genre of realty programming, NY
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Turns out, Gosselin along with Omarosa, Tila Tequila, Big Ang and Ronnie Ortiz-Magro gathered for a fake funeral for an episode of AOL's series Connected.

Celebrities attend AOL's Connected celebrates the Death of Fake Reality TV

Celebrities attend AOL’s Connected celebrates the Death of Fake Reality TV
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Hosted by Omarosa, the event was held to promote the show, which will reportedly put “the nail in the coffin of fake reality TV” and instead follow the lives of six prominent people, including Susan Sarandon and more.

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AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of 'Connected', a new genre of realty programming, NY

AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of ‘Connected’, a new genre of realty programming, NY
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Gosselin joined the ceremony to ditch one of his beloved Ed Hardy t-shirts, for which he became well-known for on his show.

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AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of 'Connected', a new genre of realty programming, NY

AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of ‘Connected’, a new genre of realty programming, NY
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AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of 'Connected', a new genre of realty programming, NY

AOL celebrates the death of fake reality TV and the rise of ‘Connected’, a new genre of realty programming, NY
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Jon Gosselin recently spoke to OK! Magazine about his life post-reality TV, saying he’s been focusing on his career as a DJ as well as “contemplating running for office.”

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Celebrities attend AOL's Connected celebrates the Death of Fake Reality TV

Celebrities attend AOL’s Connected celebrates the Death of Fake Reality TV
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The father of 8, who had a nasty split from ex-wife Kate Gosselin, also spoke about how he views his fame after the show ended.

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AOL docu-series 'Connected' launch event in NYC

AOL docu series ‘Connected’ launch event in NYC
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“I’ve been willing to just accept the fact that I guess I am famous or I’m not or whatever, but people still write about me but whatever,” he said. “It’s become part of your business. It’s life.”

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