Do you think Bristol did good on Dancing With The Stars?

United States
November 24, 2010 10:36pm CST
It was kind of odd for Palin's daughter being a political celebrity on a program like ABC's dancing with the stars, do you think she has a career elsewhere in the media industry?
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@stary1 (6622)
• United States
3 Oct 12
samafayla33 I give Bristol credit for 'guts'..she stated the first time she was 'out to challenge herself'. First time she was a kid who KNEW she would be criticized..I liked her comment that since she would be ctriticized no matter what she did, she might as well enjoy herself. The 'fault' if there is any, lies with those who invied her to be on the all stars season..and frankly I get a kick out of seeing her displaying courage under fire...I may even vote for her. DWTS is very very much also a popularity contest..othewise the public vote would be less influential. Perhaps the online vote should have less weight..ut for now it has equal weight. Bristol did 'good' for herself...even if she isn't the best dancer and I think she deserves credit for that
@stary1 (6622)
• United States
3 Oct 12
LOL..oops I just noticed this post was stared 2 years ago
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
25 Nov 10
No not at all. She I believe from day one should never had been on the show. She is not a star by any stretch of the imagination. I seriously think it was all politically motivated even though supposely ABC called her to ask if she was interested in being on the show. It also was a farsh for her to end up in the finals. She didn't deserve to be their at all. I think the tea party people had something to do with that and how they were voting online.
@stary1 (6622)
• United States
3 Oct 12
lelin1123 Many feel the same as you..however, she was invited, she didn't petition to be on the show. She is well paid for her appearance. I doubt it was political in a positive way..I bet the producers are way more liberal than conservative. I think it was a way to generate viewers..OR it was a way to attract more conservative viewers...