Did you get that? People are going to hate her family no matter what, so why not give even more people a reason to hate her and her family?
Oh by the way someone apparently slipped one of the DWTS troupe members, Sasha Farber, a fifty to tell the public that Bristol IS TOO a hard worker.
Really, really, really!
In an exclusive interview with Wetpaint Entertainment, pro troupe member Sasha Farber defended Bristol’s right to be there, and gave us some behind-the-scenes scoop. When we asked about the fan backlash, and those who say she doesn’t deserve to be there, this is what he told us.
“Everyone should be there, that's the problem. Everyone has their own advantages and disadvantages. I think Bristol should definitely be there because she tries really, really, really hard. She's always in the studio rehearsing, and they're working extra, extra hard.”
Uh huh, I buy that. I mean after all, why would I believe what my eyes are telling me about how poorly she dances, and her obvious lack of a good work ethic in literally everything she has ever done, when this person, who I have never heard of before, is telling me the opposite?
I guess those of us who have claimed she is lazy have certainly been set straight, now haven't we?
By the way tonight's episode is just for show, so all we will see is Bristol's terrible dancing with not even the glimmer of hope that she will finally be tossed out with the trash.
|Bristol and Mark after last week's pathetic attempt at a Paso Doble|
I am beginning to think that even if she showed up and refused to do anything more than to scoot across the dance floor on her surgically trimmed down fanny the judges would STILL say that she had demonstrated improvement, and she would somehow survive yet ANOTHER round of eliminations, while a far more gifted competitor was forced off in her stead.
Actually, considering some of her performances, scooting on her bottom MIGHT signify an improvement, now that I think about it.
Update: Here is the picture to PROVE to us haters that Sarah is still parenting Trig.
|Courtesy of Palin's Facebook page.|
Nope, nothing sounds contrived about that!
Update 2: Here is Bristol's Rock and Roll dance. Does that look like an improvement to you?
Update 3: Hard working huh?
Bristol Palin hasn't tried to endear herself yet this season on Dancing With the Stars—why start now?
She butted heads again with partner Mark Ballas, who lamented that they were dancing a "dumbed-down" rock and roll routine, "making things easier," because Bristol was refusing to try more challenging moves.
"She needs to be open-minded, but if she isn't, it could be a challenge for us this week," said the concerned pro, who took the controversial star all the way to the semifinals in 2010.
Tell us another one DWTS "pro troupe member."
And yet Mark and Bristol still pulled 8's. It is like they are not even trying to prove that Bristol deserves to be there on her own merits anymore.