Sarah Palin Considering Offer To Appear As A Contestant On "Dancing With The Stars"

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 8 December 2009

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Sarah Palin is getting her dancing shoes ready in preparations for possibly becoming a contestant on Dancing With The Stars.

HOLLYWOOD - The producers of the dance reality show Dancing With The Stars have asked ex-governor of Alaska to appear on next seasons edition.

The shows Producers Bernadette Penderlicki and Curtis Verflippet said that they spoke with Mrs. Palin for 15 minutes on a conference call.

They both said that she was just as friendly as could be and she talked about hunting caribou, moose, and reindeer.

She told Bernadette how to prepare sweet and sour polar bear, chicken fried snow bunny paws, and salmon fin muffins.

Penderlicki said that they pointed out to Mrs. Palin that the show gets as many as 30 million viewers and it would be great 'free' publicity especially since she is considering running for president in 2012.

Verflippet pointed out the great success that Tom DeLay had this past year. It did wonders for his popularity back in his home state of Texas, plus he got to rub up against Cheryl Burke.

Palin told the producers that she will certainly think about it and she will let them know. She asked if all her kids and grandson could be in the audience and the producers assured her that they could all attend even Todd.

In a related story. The ex-governor of Alaska was asked to comment on her ex-future son-in-law Levi Johnston's appearance in PlayGirl Magazine. Palin replied "Who?"

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