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Today on Oprah, Nadya Suleman, a.k.a. Octomom, is going to show viewers a typical day in the life of her family -- and she'll sit in the hot seat while Ms. Winfrey asks all the inappropriate questions we've been dying to heart about: Suleman's love life, the identity of her children's father, regrets about having the octuplets (born in January 2009) when she already had six children. Oprah even asks if Suleman ever considered doing porn!
In the satellite interview, Suleman, 34, says "Octomom" is "a fictional character," and calls her decision to have 14 kids "an immature, selfish choice." In contrast to her oddly giddy demeanor on The View in February, Suleman now comes across as earnest and angry. But despite her assurances that she's done "a lot of self-analysis," Suleman still seems like she's not all there. (Granted, we may simply be staring into the face of a human who hasn't slept in many months and whose blood is pure caffeine at this point!)
We can't deny we're beyond curious to see what a camera crew captures, in terms of how the family makes it through a typical day. For instance, how on earth does she manage bedtime for 14 kids (most of them toddlers)? But at the end of the day, we know we're just being sucked into the vicious Octomom cycle: We watch and listen to her, and then we judge her, and then we feel smug and she manages to cash in her celebrity for another paycheck....and it starts all over again.