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Kate Gosselin Pours Her Heart Out

Sep. 11 2009, Published 11:36 a.m. ET

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Kate Gosselin was the star attraction Friday at The Second Annual Cleveland Women's Show.

The mom of 8 held nothing back as she fielded questions in an hour long candid Q & A townhall discussion held at the Cleveland XI center in Cleveland, Ohio.

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No stone was left unturned as Kate discussed topics ranging from her friendship with bodyguard Steve Neild, her messy divorce from husband Jon and remembering 9-11.

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Kate told the crowd she would answer anything, and an onlooker says she did just that.

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Kate also took time out to thank her fans saying, "At the beginning of all of this, you've heard me say before, I didn't want fans gawking, I didn't want people gawking, I just wanted to be myself, my family. I have learned, I appreciate your support, I need you, I love you, thank you."

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She also shared exercise and cooking tips with moms but pointed out, "Moms don't just sit there cooking everyday and aren't always there to greet their kids at the school bus. Moms are as versatile as dads. If you're working you're also providing for your kids in a different way."

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When through with the grilling Kate signed autographs for her legions of fans and was told many times by the women in the crowd that they were praying for her.

Seems like Kate might need those prayers with Jon's recent behavior.



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