Kate Gosselin's Hair Switch-Up: Short Today, But Long Tomorrow?

03/11/2010 at 02:24 PM ET

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Lately, Kate Gosselin‘s hair has experienced as many ups and downs as the reality show star herself. This week, the 34-year-old mother of eight stepped out with a cropped bob — a stark contrast to the shoulder-length extensions she’d been sporting courtesy of her 20-hour makeover from celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson back in early January. But while rehearsing for her upcoming spin as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars, Gosselin stopped in for a visit to stylist Gibson for a new cropped do. But, she’ll go long again soon enough with another set of extensions for DWTS — nothing looks better during a sexy samba than long, flowing locks. Find out about Kate’s views on winning DWTS and more about her new life in this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands now. Tell us: Do you prefer Kate with a short bob or her longer extentions?Blane Bachelor

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Callie on

She is pretty – she can pull off a variety of styles, but I think the bob is really cute.

Cheesehead on

What a waste of space she is. We didn’t even read the article – it doesn’t matter what it says becaue her time for fame is way up. We will not be watching dancing with the stars because this year there are no stars on their – except maybe one or two. If this fake is voted off in the first few weeks, maybe we’ll watch if they bring some exceptional singer on. Othewise – don’t waste our time or your space with this money hungry poor excuse for a mother and person.

Natalie on

Ok, I am NOT a Kate fan, however, all the comments about her needing to be home taking care of her kids are ridiculous? Isn’t that what she’s doing? Trying to earn a living to take care of them? Especially since their idiot father doesn’t seem to be raking it in. Celebrities do this all the time, they go to work, it’s just not the average 9 to 5. Keep casting those stones people, pretty soon you’ll get a mountain dropped on you.

Angie on

I do not like Kate either but why all the comments about how she should be at home with her kids instead of Dancing with the Stars? Lots of parents have been on that show. Marie Osmond had 8 kids but nobody was saying that about her? Nobody would ever say that about a man either… People should be happy that she’s trying to work instead of living off the government.

viennaisthenewblack on

by the way, it’s spelled “negative.”

Callie on

For everyone who comments “who cares” or “your 15 minutes of fame are up” — I am curious – why are YOU commenting on the Kate article then???

Ponder that. LOL.

The Kate Haters - Have Issues on

The Kate Haters – Their issue really is not with Kate. It is within themselves. They are envious and to feel better they nag on and on about Kate all day long. Miserable unhappy women who want to take their misery out on Kate, an easy scapegoat they can bully. It is getting so old, I cannot believe how they can go on like this for years and years. It truly is a type of mental madness on their part.

Mom on

Krista & Abbie Please girls WAKE UP Mothers WORK
She is not a bad mom for doing the show Are yall parents

Christina on

Love the short new style, it looks alot better than the long hair. Love it Kate!!

Elda on

short n sexy, love it!! i just cut my hair too n i love it!!

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