miércoles, 10 de febrero de 2010
From the sounds of it, the former Plus 8 star may be trying to clear the air between him and the show's network in order to start talking and making money again. In other words, prepare to see Jon back on your television screen in the near future.
Gosselin's attorney, Mark Heller, tells E! News he is currently in talks with TLC's lawyers regarding a settlement in their breach-of-contract suit. The Octodad earned the legal action when made paid, televised appearances and made unauthorized disclosures about behind-the-scenes antics, while allegedly being an exclusive employee of the network.
A settlement could determine if the two have any sort of future together.
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Oh don't stop there. Take me as an example. If, say, Michael Kors would like me to appear at his show during New York's Fashion Week, which starts Thursday, I shall do so for the modest fee of $100,000.
But if he wants me to appear in his clothes, that's extra. And if he wants me to appear on the red carpet before the show, that's extra, too. And if he wants me to say nice things about his clothes in the press...You get the idea.
Among the stars recently seen at fashion shows—Kanye West, his Silly-String-clad girlfriend, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Anne Hathaway—at least a few of them charge the designers for the honor of their presence.
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