Kate Gosselin Axed from 'Dancing With the Stars'
Gosselin, a 35-year-old mother of twins and sextuplets, starred for several seasons with her ex-husband, Jon, in the hit TLC reality show "Jon & Kate Plus 8." The show collapsed as the couple's marriage fell apart.
She said through tears Tuesday that she was honored to have been on the hit ABC show.
"I love everyone that I met," she said, apologizing for being "a crybaby."
"It was a great experience," she continued. "I had a wonderful teacher."
She said that despite her low scores, she gave her best in the ballroom.
"I was scared to death most of the time to be out here," she said.
Gosselin and her ex-husband are due in court in Pennsylvania on May 25 for a hearing on his motion for full custody. Earlier this month, his attorney accused the reality mom of neglecting the children to appear on "Dancing With the Stars," a charge her attorney rejected as "patently false."
Kate Gosselin is the fourth contestant to be dismissed from "Dancing." Soap star Aiden Turner, astronaut Buzz Aldrin and actress Shannen Doherty were eliminated on previous episodes.
Returning to dance on Monday's episode are singer Nicole Scherzinger, Olympic figure skater Evan Lysacek, actresses Pamela Anderson and Niecy Nash, reality star Jake Pavelka, sportscaster Erin Andrews and football star Chad Ochocinco.
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