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VIDEO: Joy Behar's Advice To Kate Gosselin -- 'Date Someone With A Vasectomy'

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Apr. 6 2011, Published 9:44 a.m. ET

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Kate Gosselin, appearing on The Joy Behar Show Monday night, said she's getting along with her ex-husband Jon and doesn't care about his love life, as it's none of her business.  

"How is your relationship with Jon these days?" Behar asked the mother-of-eight. "Do you make him grovel at all, cause I would!"

"No, honestly I don't, because I need to put my energy toward raising my kids: There's not enough of me to go around even if I was married, and had a happy marriage,‰ Kate said.

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She added that when she interacts with Jon these days, she keeps her words and actions positive for the sake of co-parenting.

The Dancing with the Stars vet said, "I need to look at, 'What's best for the kids? What's best for the kids?' That is what I say to myself constantly."

Behar asked Gosselin how tough it is to see Jon dating in the wake of their split, to which Kate said, it's "not tough at all." 


"I've moved on ... it's not any of my business, it doesn't affect me -- at all," Kate responded.

When Kate said she's not dating anyone now -- but would be open to a relationship in the future -- Behar cracked, "I hope it's someone with a vasectomy ... you have enough kids, don't you think?" 

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Kate Plus 8 airs Monday at 10/9c on TLC.


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