Following her elimination from Tuesday night's episode of Dancing with the Stars, Kate Gosselin gave RadarOnline.com an exclusive interview in which she talked about her beloved eight children and thanked RadarOnline.com readers for their support throughout her five-week stint on ABC's hit ballroom competition.
RadarOnline.com's Tina Malave caught up with Gosselin- who was eliminated after receiving Monday night’s lowest score- and asked her about the moral support she received from her eight little ones, even when the judges weren't so kind.
"Well, they were allowed to watch me dance, but they weren't allowed to watch the judges' comments, because I made the mistake at first when they were sort of not nice to us, and that just really upset them a lot more than it upset me," Kate said. "So they were allowed to watch me dance, and that was it.
"They will be upset that its over for me, but I'm just glad they had five weeks to watch me dance."
In a teary interview following her elimination, Kate told the show's co-host, Brooke Burke: "Whatever is worth my time, I give my all. And maybe sometimes it didn't come across ... I was scared to death, most of the time, to be out there."
Before making her final stage exit, Kate had a message for the loyal RadarOnline.com readers who kept her in the competition with their votes and support.
"Thanks guys for five weeks of great dancing, I appreciate you all, I love you all and thanks for believing in us," Kate said.
Dancing With The Stars returns at 8/7c Monday on ABC.
So what do you think? Should Kate Gosseliin have let her children watch the judges critique her dancing? Or was she right to censor it from them? Leave your comments below.