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Bristol talks Levi with Ellen

By Lisa de Moraes


[This blog post has been updated.]

"Dancing with the Stars" survivor Bristol Palin visited Ellen DeGeneres's syndicated talk show Monday.

Ellen noted she first met Bristol when Ellen was a judge on "American Idol" and Bristol visited the show. These Palins are really warming up to Hollywood!

Bristol, for instance, told Ellen she loves when her mother comes to the Hollywood set to visit. This was in response to Ellen asking if it was too distracting having her mom in the audience so much.

"No, I love when she's there, cause then it takes the attention away from me," Bristol said, smiling sweetly.

Ellen asked for Teen Abstinence advocate Bristol's thoughts on Levi Johnston, the father of her child, running for mayor of Wasilla.

"Like I've said in previous interviews, he has to move to the city limits and get his GED before he can actually run, but if he wants to continue his education, that's great," she responded, well-rehearsedly.

Ellen naturally wondered if Bristol thought her mom would run for president.

"I don't know, but I hope she does," Bristol responded coyly.

"Would you live in the White House, or would you stay in Alaska?" Ellen continued.

"I would have to see what DC had to offer," Bristol said crisply.

"Well, a lot," Ellen added.

"A lot more than Alaska," agreed Bristol, who last week was seen on "Dancing" weeping that the competition was tougher than she'd expected and she wanted to go back to Alaska.

Here, they discuss the qualifications of Bristol baby-daddy Levi Johnston for mayor of Wasilla:


By Lisa de Moraes  | November 8, 2010; 5:45 PM ET
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Comments

Trailer Park Mama -- the gift that keeps on giving.

Posted by: HillRat | November 8, 2010 2:55 PM | Report abuse

DWTS doesn't seem to be doing much for her weight problem.

Posted by: mbrumble | November 8, 2010 3:44 PM | Report abuse

DWTS is fixed.

The arguably worst "dancer" on the show survives week after week of poor performances while other more capable, competent participants are booted off?

Posted by: jade_7243 | November 8, 2010 3:58 PM | Report abuse

Ewww...she's still very young; allowing that post-baby fat to creep on will be hard to get rid of. But then, trailer trash has never been notable for their healthful diet...

Posted by: hypatia08 | November 8, 2010 5:25 PM | Report abuse

Agreed with the above statements. Also, her mom's an idiot, so I guess Levi is trying to stick it to her, pardon the pun, but running for the seat and winning - once and for all proving how meaningless and easily winnable the position as mayor of Wasilla, AK is.

Posted by: fbutler1 | November 8, 2010 5:31 PM | Report abuse

The Palins must be paying off someone because Bristol Palin is a horrible dancer and yet she gets rave reviews. It's too bad she didn't get her mother's good looks. That might be some small compensation for the rest of her failures.

Oh, and Grizzly Mama? Buying your daughter her 15 minutes of fame is just pathetic.

Posted by: arancia12 | November 8, 2010 5:32 PM | Report abuse

The Palins must be paying off someone because Bristol Palin is a horrible dancer and yet she gets rave reviews. It's too bad she didn't get her mother's good looks. That might be some small compensation for the rest of her failures.

Oh, and Grizzly Mama? Buying your daughter her 15 minutes of fame is just pathetic.

Posted by: arancia12 | November 8, 2010 5:33 PM | Report abuse

If your half-baked mom can get elected as mayor and later as governor, then Levi has a fighting chance to win an elective office in Alaska.

Posted by: jisantiago | November 8, 2010 5:49 PM | Report abuse

If your half-baked mom can get elected as mayor and later as governor, then Levi has a fighting chance to win an elective office in Alaska.

Posted by: jisantiago | November 8, 2010 5:51 PM | Report abuse

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