Bristol Palin to Star in Her Own Reality Show
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The Los Angeles Times reports the 20-year-old mom's documentary series, which will follow Palin and her son, Tripp, 2, as they move to Los Angeles, will air on the Biography Channel, in 10 30 minute episodes.
"Bristol is the kind of personality Bio is drawn to," a Bio and A&E exec tells the newspaper in a statement. "Her personal life has been playing out in the media for several years but this will be the first time she's opening up her real life."
Not to let her 15 minutes of "DTWS" fame go to waste, Palin, daughter of former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, and Tripp will room with "DWTS" co-star Kyle Massey and his brother, Christopher, the Times reports. Oh-Kay.
Will Palin ex (and Tripp's dad) Levi Johnston make an appearance? We're thinking no.
"I haven't checked her out, so I really wouldn't know," the Times says he told RumorFix of Palin's new look. "Go on and do your thing, girl, 'cause I'm over it."
Johnston, by the way, has been trying to pitch his own reality show. The New York Times reported last summer that "Loving Levi: The Road to the Mayor's Office" would follow his attempt to become mayor of Wasilla, Alaska.
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