Nadya Suleman recently had eight kids (to add to the six that she had already churned out) and has been a media beacon in America recently, with her and other family members ending up on the likes of Oprah and Dr. Phil. Suleman caused controversy when it was revealed that she was on benefit programmes, and hadn't worked in a few years. Meaning, any money she was getting, she was doing so through government schemes. Despite the lack of funds for which to raise her children, Suleman actively pursued becoming pregnant again, partaking in a fertility programme with a "family friend" and declined doctor's advice to have special treatment early in the pregnancy. Tonight, Ann Curry talks to her about the controversy, and the health of her vast array of children. Never before has the phrase: "stick a cork in it" been more evident.