"I think I've just grown up a lot in the last two years," (All evidence to the contrary presented in her "reality show" aside.)Palin said when asked to compare her two experiences on the dancing show. "I'm not just like a little a kid anymore....I think that's just going to add to the performance factor a bit." (Oh, so this time she is actually going to dance, instead of letting Ballas drag her around the dance floor?)
The daughter of former Alaska governor, Sarah Palin, turned 20 during her first appearance on Dancing and will turn 22 during the upcoming All-Stars season. Alongside her maturation, Palin has also improved her physique but wouldn't share her secrets to getting fit. (Giving birth, a chin implant, and liposuction. How hard is that to say?)
"I've been more active now. My son's three-and-a-half so he's running all over the place all the time," she said. "[I'm] just chasing after him...I'm just a lot more active; [I] can't spill my secrets, sorry." (She "can't spill her secrets?" Gee I wonder why THAT is? Does ANYBODY really believe you lose that much weight by chasing your three year old? Please!)
Although she wouldn't unveil her diet and fitness regimen that helped her get fit, she reveled in the result of her efforts and believes that her new figure will help her on the show. "I think it's going to be a lot better this time around because there's a lot more confidence," (Translation: No monkey suit!) said Palin, who is paired once again with Mark Ballas as her professional dance partner. "I think that that will show in the dancing."
Palin expressed delight to be reunited with Ballas, who won the Mirrorball Trophy with her fellow All-Star competitor Shawn Johnson.
"I don't know how I would do it with anyone else," she said. "He knows how to work with me and he has lots of patience with me. I think it's a good working relationship, definitely."
In other words HE knows to keep his mouth shut and she can trust him not to spill the beans about her many, many secrets.
Yeah I still have serious doubts, without the backing of Mom's now disinterested supporters, that Bristol will last much past the first episodes. Which means that IF we see her advance past the first few rounds of elimination that we KNOW Sarah has somehow pulled some strings, or done something to "satisfy" a producer or two, enough to have them keep her terminally untalented daughter on their show.