"I love it. The hours are great. I get to go out, have a good time with all my friends, play the music I like to hear and have the day to myself."
According to People, Gosselin DJs around 12-15 events in Pennsylvania every month. "Pretty easy," you're probably thinking. "Also I don't understand how this creates enough income to support his life, not that it's really any of my business." Wrong. (First part wrong):
"It's not easy," says Gosselin, 38. "You have to know what you're doing. You have to keep the flow."
What kind of stuff does he play? I'm glad you asked:
"I'll go back to the '50s and play some James Brown then into the '80s: Prince and stuff like that," he says. "Then into the '90s, and then Taylor Swift or whatever. I just move around."
"I've had bad experiences," he says. "The brides get pissed. I've been at people's weddings and then their guests start taking pictures of me and it's not good. It's an uncomfortable situation."
Fair enough, DJ Jon Gosselin. I genuinely hope you are doing OK.
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