Bristol Palin has gone all LaLaLand. She made her “acting” debut on a prime-time television show called Secret Life of an American Teenager. She popped up on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno , and last year she and her mommy’s BFF Greta chatted about abstinence. (I could have sworn Obama got slammed for appearing on talk Tee Vee and for his “celebrity” status. Who’s part of that celebrity culture again, Sarah?)
Next stop: Dancing With the Stars.
If Former Half-Gov Hypocritica McWhateverBenefitsMe condemned Levi Johnston by calling him “Ricky Hollywood”, why does she not do the same by referring to Bristol as Rikki Hollywood? Rickette? Wreck-y? “Why?” I asked. Silly me. Of course we know why. Because Hypocritica is a two-faced, money-grubbing, self-serving facade of a woman, that’s why.
Her daughter can strut her face (and apparently, now her Mama Grizzly body) all over the Tee Vee Machine, and that’s A-OK with her. But if anyone named Levi or Barack does the same, get the smelling salts and the fainting couch.
Not only is “Dancing with the Stars” known for its celebrities, competitiveness, and family friendliness, it’s also known for the outfits worn by the participants. Bristol touches on that and other things, as reported by Bang Media:
The 19-year-old single mother – who is the daughter of US politician Sarah Palin – plans to shun the skimpy, glitzy outfits normally worn on the show when season 11 launches in the US.
She said: “I think I will be the most dressed contestant and have the most modest outfits for sure because that’s who I am.
“I see this as something that’s fun and that’s positive and I’m going to be able to show my work ethic to people out there.“
The pretty teenager – who is mum to 20-month-old son Tripp – admits she is shy, but hopes her sporty background will help her do well in the competition.
She explained to People.com: “I have no experience in dance. But I come from an athletic background, so I’m thankful for that. I played basketball, volleyball, soccer, everything.”
Work ethic. So that’s what the kids are calling it these days.