By DiMarkco Chandler
Jersey Shore will begin its sixth season about the same time that Bristol Palin will make her network debut in Lifetime’s Reality TV Show titled “Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp.” Reality TV viewers have already been subjected to the trip-like lifestyle’s of the bunch on Jersey Shore, and it’s paid off. At least one of their cast members has been reported to make as much as $150k an episode. Nice, especially if acting means acting a fool. Perhaps Palin will bring something different to the table, but I wouldn’t count on it.
Yesterday, Palin talked about her upcoming Reality TV show on “Good Morning America.” On the show, she claims that viewers will get a close look at her “normal side.”
The show will premiere on Lifetime on June 19 and will feature Bristol and her 3-year-old son, Tripp.
Palin was asked about her feelings toward haters, and she responded by saying, “When People are talking poorly about me, I think it just gives me more motivation to want to do more and want to speak up even louder and they’re just not doing themselves well by doing that.”
Patheos.com reported a scene where both Bristol and Tripp were out having dinner, and the young Tripp led the two as he prayed over his meal. Bristol says, “He makes everybody close their eyes, then he prays for all of our family and all of his friends from daycare by name.”
“Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp” should attract a good audience during its premiere. The key is if it will last or end up fizzling out as Sarah Palin’s show did. Regardless of how the ratings turn out, she is sure to have a smile on her face when she cashes those Reality TV checks even if it drives viewers crazy.