Congratulations, Kate Gosselin! You've completed the rite of passage that any spoiled celebrity must take on:
Complaining to a celebrity gossip tabloid about all the celebrity gossip coverage you're receiving. Dina Lohan must be proud.
As new stories come out everyday surrounding Kate and husband Jon - from infidelity to marriage contracts - Gosselin can relate to other scandalous celebrities.
"Before this, I'd never stood on line at the grocery store, looked at the people on the cover of magazines, and thought about what they're going through," she told People. "I'd never thought, 'Oh my god, this is totally doing them in.' But now, I understand what they live with: Everywhere you go you're being stalked, you're being followed – it's hell, on the cover of a magazine."
Once again, it's worth noting: Kate said this to a magazine!
Wait... what? I have kids at home? Okay, let me sign a few hundred more books first.
Regarding the lengths to which reporters will go to cover her often-televised family, Gosselin said:
"It's so scary. It's like one of those movies where you have to change your identity and go underground. I've been saying, 'Let's find a country where our show doesn't air, and let's just go there until this all dies.' I have to laugh about this, or else I'll cry. It's a matter of, when will they stop?"
Perhaps when you stop giving them material to write about, you attention-seeking moron.