Katherine Heigl in L.A. last month

Katherine Heigl really wants us to believe that she wrestled with the decision on whether to end her career to raise her adopted daughter Naleigh. Oh please, she didn't even come out of her vagina . . . wow, that sounded really bad. Heigl wrote in her new iVillage.com blog:
"I knew, of course, as I prepared to welcome my daughter into my life that it would be a bit of a juggling act but I had no doubt that I could do it. After all, it's 2012 and women have been told that we can have it all if we want it. I went into it full throttle, ready to buckle down and make it all work seamlessly as I always imagined I could. The thing is I couldn't.

"No matter how great my intentions, how lofty my goals, how passionate my commitment, I was failing. I was failing my work, I was failing my daughter, I was failing my husband. I was stressed out and exhausted... I couldn't help but wonder what I had gotten myself into and if the choice I made to be a working mother was the most selfish decision of my life."
Oh, so we're supposed to believe that Katherine's career is just about over because the nobility of motherhood outweighs her need to be famous? Kat, I'm sure your prop baby knows the difference between you and Consuelo the nanny. The reason for this silly statement are as follows:

Zyzzyx Rd (2006)
27 Dresses (2008)
The Ugly Truth (2009)
Killers (2010)
Life as We Know It (2010)
New Year's Eve (2011)

Katherine is one more colossal flop from starring in one of those cheesy SyFy disaster flicks. Giant Crocodile vs. Massive Bitch has a nice ring to it.

*6 Katherine Heigl pictures total in the gallery:

  • Katherine Heigl Quitter 1
  • Katherine Heigl Quitter 2
  • Katherine Heigl Quitter 3
  • Katherine Heigl Quitter 4
  • Katherine Heigl Quitter 5

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