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According to "Inside Edition," Gov. Palin's daughter has been giving the cast a crew a hard time. Of course, that's rumor, but sometimes the grapevine gets it right.

The commentator also said that Kate Goslin was a total pain last year. I guess no one told her that you're supposed to smile when on stage...unless you're in a serious performance. She has been very visible lately...and she's smiling! I saw her on a repeat "The View." She was being very pleasant. She probably has to make a good impression...with 8 children to feed!
 

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8 kids to feed? She has a new show, making tons of money. Ugh, can't stand her! Really hate what she's doing to her kids.

Bristol Palin a diva? Apple doesn't fall far from the witch.
 

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$arah and Bratsol were apparently also upset that they couldn't pick her dance partner.
 

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Well, she got a two time winner! He's good, but perhaps a bit shorter than she'd like. This year should be lots of fun. We'll be hoping she stumbles and gets voted off!
 

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I've never been able to watch the show because people vote for their favorites, not who can dance the best. But this year, I might have to check it out. I mean seriously, the Hoff and Michael Bolton, The Situation....

I'm getting annoyed at people accusing Jennifer Grey of having an unfair advantage because of Dirty Dancing. C'mon, people! That was 23 years ago!!!
 

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Since when does being related to a crackpot and having a child out of wedlock make you a "star" by anyone's estimation???

Don't get me started on Kate Gosslin. She's explointing those kids plain and simple. Its unforgiveable!
 

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It's sad that she didn't the luxury of protection from the press while she learned to cope with the problems of being a child of politicans.
The spotlight in a state, especially one so far away in the public's eye, is very different from a national spotlight. And she, along with her siblings, were suddenly dumped in the spotlight. And I doubt if her parents knew what to expect either.
 

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I don't mean to be argumentative, but aren't we all expected to be respectful to others? From what I understand it was the cast and crew who complained. And TV shows are always in the news. I would think (after her mother's experiences) that all of those in the public eye are of interest to the press. :)

Zoe, Michael Bolton is alive. :)
 

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I don't like "Diva" behavior, but I can promise you that there are an awful lot of "normal" kids with the same "me, me, me" behavior. I see it at the elementary school everyday.
The Hollywood/other famous role models are NOT helping.

Sad to say, I would put Bristol in the same category as Paris - famous for the wrong reason and way over her 15 minutes of fame.
 

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I agree, Marsha. I teach music k-12 and secondary English. I'm sure you try, as we should, to make it clear that there can be no "divas' in class.

I also teach private piano and voice, and I had a student scratch the "ef" word into my beautiful mahogany piano. It didn't have a mark on it! I had to cover it with a sticker, as refinishing would have been expensive. I knew who did it, but I called every student I had, including a retired neighbor, and asked if they had done it. Of course, they were all puzzled, and I explained that I felt certain I knew who the villain was, but wanted the mother to know her daughter had not been singled out, that all of my students had been called.

Then I called the mother of the little smart alec who did it, and when her mother said the words, "scratched Mrs.*'s piano," she got hysterical, and started screaming, "I didn't do it" I can almost picture her stomping her foot in anger. :?

I allowed her to come to one more lesson, and she said she didn't care what the musical symbols meant. (in answer to my questions] So, I told her to call her mother to come and get her, that I knew what she had done, and to never come to my house again. I knew she was guilty, not only because of her attitude, but also because the only other left handed student I had was my "star" pupil, a high school senior, whose goal was to become a music therapist. In addition, the letters had been slanted to the right, like the writing of my sister and brother and several nieces and nephews who were left handed. I felt sorry for her mother, who probably believes everything she says. :(
 
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