Sarah Palin Denies The Romantic Rumors Regarding Russell Brand

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

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A photo taken of Sarah Palin and her hubby Todd. (Photo taken by Piper Palin).

NEW YORK CITY - Sarah Palin flew out to New York City for an appeaarance on The View.

She appeared on the show to quell the rampant rumors that started out on the Left Coast, made their way through the Midwest, and over to the Right Coast.

Mrs. Palin told Barbara Walters that she has no idea where in the world the rumors about her having an intimate encounter with English actor Russell Brand started.

She said that she first heard about it from her 12-year-old daughter Piper, whom she named after the airplane.

She pointed out that one day last week Piper came home crying from school saying that one of her teachers had asked her if her mommy was going to be getting a new husband with an English accent.

Palin assured little Piper that her and her daddy are semi-happy and that they do not have any intention of getting a divorce.

Jenny McCarthy asked Palin if she had ever met Brand. She paused for a moment, thought a bit, and replied, "Ya know Jen, gosh darnit, I don't really remember if I did or not.

I mean it's not like I drink or anything, but I just cannot remember every single person that I have ever met, heck, I'm not exactly that magician fella David Blake."

"You mean David Blaine." Whoopi Goldberg commented.

Palin got a puzzled look on her face and asked, "You mean there's two famous magicians with similar sounding names.

And on that note Barbara Walters went to a commercial.

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