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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chris on

Please, please, please…..let this woman go AWAY. Enough about her, her only fame is that she gave birth to six kids at once!!!!! That does not make her a celebrity!!!!

JoAnn on

Who Cares????

Suzanne on

long hair…short hair… it dosen’t matter. For those complaining about her being on DWTS and not home with her kids, give her a break! She is just trying to provide for her family. It’s a job!!! Her loser of an ex-husband dosen’t seem to be doing anything for her or the kids. She’s a working mom. If it’s on DWTS, so be it!!

anna on

I can not understand why People keeps pushing stories about her. She is as bad as her ex, all they care about is fame and money, please focus on someone else. At least I can skip the cost of People this week. For those that love her, did you really watch her actions on the show. Between the books and speeches, she doesn’t need to do this.

Stephanie on

Love the new short hair. Great Cut!!

julie on

Abby! Moms are allowed to work and be away from their children. Give the women a break!!! Every celeb in the world spends time away from their children, what makes kate any different. You may not like her because she started as a reality tv star but everyone starts somewhere. Shes the only one who is going to support her children, so what shes doing is actually better than other carreers. She spends a little time away but makes a lot more money to support her family. I know my mom had time away from us kids when we were younger. Maybe instead of critising people we “think” we know, we should try being more positive and not so negitive.

Cat on

Why, oh, why, does Kate Gosselin–a woman I have absolutely NO respect for–have to shop at the same store I love so very much–Ann Taylor Loft!

Rayney on

Is it just me, or does Kate look like Kathie Lee Gifford in this picture?

julie on

Im sooo sick of everyone hating on kate. Shes a wonderfull mom whose had more struggles than she deserves. We women need to stick together instead of ripping other women (kate) apart. Shes working hard to support her family when no one else will. I think she deserves a break from all the haters out there and I wish her the best of luck on DWTS and I will be watching and voting!!!

Trish on

She CAN raise her kids and be on DWS. She’s not the first person in the World to be a mom and have a career at the same time. She probably spends more time with her children than other Hollywood women. What is wrong with you people?

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