Like mother, like daughter. Bristol Palin is getting her own reality series with The Bio Channel. Ten episodes have been ordered so television watchers can see the exploits of Sarah Palin’s oldest offspring. This will not be Bristol’s first foray into the reality genre; she was previously seen on Dancing With the Stars.
The series will show Bristol’s move from Alaska to LA with her son Tripp. She’ll be living with Kyle Massey and his brother Christopher. Massey is best-known for his roles on The Disney Channel, particularly That’s So Raven.
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Bristol Palin wasn’t crowned the next winner of Dancing With the Stars. But if she was paying attention to Twitter, she would have found out well before the season finale was over.
Midway through the broadcast, Interscope sent out a tweet that congratulated Jennifer Grey on her victory … before the show had announced it.
The tweet was deleted moments later (so you won’t find it now), but it definitely went out prior to the show’s big announcement.
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"Yeah, for me personally, it's probably the one that's the hardest to swallow. ...This season has just been ridiculous since day one. Just one after another after another. Brandy and I think this is the culminating point of this season, it just came crashing down. We almost feel like the effort wasn't worth it. We put in a lot of work. We put in a lot of effort. It's been a very, very difficult season. ... It just feels like it was an uphill climb the entire time and to really come that short of the finale. It's just very upsetting."
-Maksim Chmerkovskiy reacting to the surprise elimination this week on Dancing with the Stars. (Maksim and partner Brandy saw Bristol Palin make it to the finals over them.)
(Make sure to check out our other notable quotes.)
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UPDATE: According to Bristol, her mother will actually be in attendance next week.
Security is being increased around the Dancing With the Stars stage, and gossip says it’s because Sarah Palin is planning to make an appearance.
The former governor will be seated in the audience to watch daughter Bristol Palin compete.
According to sources, Bristol and partner Mark Ballas will be dancing to “Mama Told Me (Not to Come).”
Season 11 of DWTS kicks off this Monday night.
(You can find all the Dancing with the Stars: Season 11 posts here.)
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It appears Edyta Sliwinska wasn’t bluffing when she said she was done with Dancing with the Stars.
We’ve finally learned which professionals the newcomers will be paired with in Season 11—and neither Edyta or husband Alec Mazo - are on that list.
Find out the twelve newest couples after the jump.
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It’s time for the speculation to end and for the snap judgments to begin.
Did ABC stick with the rumored list of celebrities for Dancing with the Stars—or did the network manage to pull a fast one (or two) on the media?
Find out which 12 stars will be vying for the mirror ball trophy on Season 11 after the jump.
Dancing with the Stars casting rumors have been flying fast and furious since our last post just three days ago.
Although I still wouldn’t be surprised to see some last-minute surprises from ABC, some reports appear more credible than others.
Find out the latest list of possible contenders after the jump.
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-Levi Johnston may be done with Playgirl, but there’s still a family to feed. Now, Johnston and fiancee Bristol Palin are shopping around a reality show. Interested parties have to commit to a full series - not just a pilot.
-Meanwhile, Aubrey O’Day already has another program in the works. The former Danity Kane singer and Making the Band star will now front The Aubrey O’Day Project. The Oxygen show will focus on O’Day’s attempt to make a comeback in the music industry.
-Who’s the hottest guy on Comedy Central? It’s not Stephen Colbert or Jon Stewart. It’s Daniel Tosh. Tosh.0‘s second season has been topping both The Daily Show and The Colbert Report in viewers and demos.
-Teen series Degrassi is introducing a new first this school year: the show’s first transgender character. The groundbreaking series began its latest season last night on TeenNick.
- The Bachelorette (ABC, 8pm): “Ali questions some of the bachelors’ sincerity. Indeed, two of them seem to be as focused on each other as they are on her.” Well, they did they say they came there looking for love.
- The Secret Life of the American Teenager (ABC Family, 8pm): “Amy runs into Bristol Palin in her dorm, and soon she realizes the music program is for teen moms.” Palin clearly wasn’t accepted into the program for her actual talent.
- Incredible to Edible (TLC, 10pm): “A couple think they can cook, but their inedible boiled fish and microwaved eggs prove otherwise.” Oh, hold up - you can microwave eggs?
What would it sound like if the robot from Small Wonder crossed paths with Bristol Palin? Something like this.
On the July 5th episode of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Sarah Palin’s 19-year-old daughter uses her real-life experience to play a fellow teen mom at Amy’s band camp.
Let’s hope the rest of the hour fares better for Bristol. Otherwise, Tripp Johnston’s mommy will need to find a new way to bring home the bacon.
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