Comedian Gold joins Gosselin talk show

Sept. 19, 2009 at 1:04 PM
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NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (UPI) -- The new talk show pilot starring U.S. reality TV star Kate Gosselin will also feature comedian Judy Gold, an insider says.

E! Online reported exclusively Friday that Gold will serve as a co-host on the new Telepictures series along with former "Early Show" co-anchor Rene Syler and Lee Woodruff, wife of ABC newsman Bob Woodruff.

Unidentified sources previously confirmed Gosselin, known for her reality series "Jon & Kate Plus 8," and Food Network star Paula Deen would be filming the pilot in New York during the weekend.

"They're still working on the guests," one anonymous source told E! Online.

The New York Post reported the talk show will revolve around issues pertaining to working mothers like Deen and Gosselin.

Syler has two children and wrote the 2007 book "The Good-Enough Mother." Woodruff, whose husband was seriously injured in 2006 by a roadside bomb in Iraq, has four kids.

It was not reported if Gold has any children.

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