Kate Gosselin Dropped as CouponCabin Blogger, Says She Doesn't Age

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Kate Gosselin has been dropped as a contributing blogger at CouponCabin.com, according to E! News.

The former reality TV star has been associated with the website since November 22, 2011.

"A series of recent events have made it clear to me that Kate Gosselin and her contributions do not align with the authenticity that we set out to build almost a decade ago," CouponCabin CEO Scott Kluth said in a statement Tuesday. "Ms. Gosselin is simply not a good fit with the wonderful team and culture at CouponCabin."

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Kluth did note that Gosselin's "contributions garnered both positive attention and criticism … We wish Kate, her family and her support staff all the best."

On Tuesday, Gosselin tweeted, "I'm having lots of fun and can't wait to share! No worries .. we will chat soon! XO"

Fun, indeed: last week on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," Gosselin proclaimed that she doesn't age.

"I am probably one of the rare few who de-age," the mom of eight said when host Andy Cohen suggested that she may have benefited from some surgical enhancements. Though she played coy about plastic surgery on the show, Gosselin previously admitted to having a tummy tuck in 2006.

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