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Posted in Brandy, Bristol Palin, Cheryl Burke, Derek Hough, Kelly Osbourne on November 2, 2010 by fadedblog

Bristol Palin lead a flock of foxtroting celebs at the Dancing With The Stars 200th Episode bash at Boulevard 3 in Hollywood on Monday night (November 1).

Joined by the likes of Kelly Osbourne, Derek Hough, Cheryl Burke fellow competitor Brandy, America’s favourite teenage mom put her maternal duties on the backburner once again as she celebrated the reality TV show’s landmark episode.

Despite the big smile, Britol garnered the lowest score during last night’s installment of DWTS.

In the episode where past competitors were brought back to be guest celeb judges, Kelly Osbourne helped judge Bristol. She scored 57 compared to frontrunner Brandy’s 64.

Is it finally Bristol’s week to exit?

Meanwhile, Bristol is opening up about her thoughts on her mother Sarah Palin potentially running for president.

“I think it would be awesome,” she tells Extra. “I think she would be great for our country.”



Posted in Audrina Patridge, Bristol Palin, Cheryl Burke, David Hasselhoff, Derek Hough, Jennifer Grey, Karina Smirnoff, Kym Johnson, Mark Ballas, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, Rick Fox on September 21, 2010 by fadedblog

Bristol Palin was the lady in red as she attended the Dancing With The Stars Season Premiere at CBS Studios in Los Angeles on Monday (September 20).

Joined by dance partner Mark Ballas as well as fellow “celebrity” contestants Audrina Patridge, David Hasselhoff, Jennifer Grey, Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino and Rick Fox, America’s favourite teenage mom was on hand to celebrate the kickoff of the latest season of the hit ABC reality show.

Meanwhile, despite much speculation, Sarah Palin was not in the ballroom to see daughter Bristol make her Dancing With The Stars debut.

“I thought you were going to be boring!” said judge Carrie Ann Inaba after Bristol danced a Cha Cha Cha to Mama Told Me Not To Come. “I was so wrong!”

Coming out on top was Dirty Dancing actress Jennifer, whose Viennese Waltz was “great,” said tough judge Len Goodman. “I think someone up there is going to be very, very proud of you,” said Bruno Tonioli, referring to the late and great Patrick Swayze. And a choked-up Inaba said, “Something very profound just happened. Some things get better with age and I definitely think you’re one of them.”

The scores:

Jennifer Grey 24
Brandy, Kyle Massey 23
Rick Fox 22
Audrina Patridge, Kurt Warner 19
Bristol Palin, Florence Henderson 18
Michael Bolton 16
Florence Henderson, David Hasselhoff, Margaret Cho 15

Who do you think will be the first to go home?