September 28, 2012 09:28 AM by Lisa Princ
Sarah Palin‘s family is certainly making the rounds on reality television these days. First, we watched her husband, Todd Palin compete on Stars Earn Stripes, and now it’s Bristol’s turn on Dancing with the Stars. So, just how does the Palin matriarch stay supportive? By trying to get some votes, of course!
Dancing With The Stars’ alum Bristol Palin may not be everyone’s favorite past contestant, and that is probably why her mother, Sarah Palin is spreading the word about Bristol. In a recent interview with Extra, it appeared that mama Palin may be trying to get folks to vote for Bristol, as she explained: “These are all champions that she’s competing against. She was 19 when she did this last time. Here she’s 21 now, so yeah, she’s certainly matured and more experienced.”
Honestly, if Bristol Palin is that much better than last time, surely the voters will notice, with or without Sarah’s input. One thing that Sarah Palin will also be doing for Bristol this season will be attending most of the shows in an effort to be supportive. But while she may love attending the shows, Sarah Palin has no intentions of ever doing the show herself. “No I wouldn’t do it. Bristol’s doing great. She’s represented our family very well. I’m such a klutz,” Palin replied when asked if she would ever consider a stint on the show.
Do you think Sarah Palin is just a proud mama, or is she trying to get votes for Bristol Palin? What do you think of Bristol Palin on Dancing With The Stars? Are you rooting for her? Comment and share your thoughts with us below!
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