Since her blast at Obama for consulting with his daughters on gay marriage, Bristol Palin kept a low profile. However, now that her new reality show “Life’s A Tripp” premieres June 19, Bristol Palin has some media mingling to do. The 21-year-old talked about her new show on “Good Morning America”.
Bristol Palin wasn’t exactly too praised before her blast at Obama in May. Suffice to say, the comments brought on even more scrutiny. In fact, she claims some gay marriage supporters even threatened her life. Well, at least that’s how she interpreted comments on her controversial post, such as “kill yourself”, “you…deserve a slow, painful and miserable death”.
So with such a huge “popularity” Bristol Palin’s new reality show might not come exactly at the right time. However, Bristol Palin said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” that the show will be about her life as a mother.
“The people that don’t like me, I’m not trying to change their opinion on it” said Palin. Sarah Palin’s daughter believes the show is going to be good and audiences will get to see the real Bristol.
“I’m excited for viewers to see the real me in that, because I’m sitting here all tough and shaking and I’m acting tough”, confesses Bristol. “And instantly when it’s over, it’s like ‘OK, there’s the real Bristol’ because I am calling my boyfriend, I’m calling my mom. ‘’Ah, get me out of here.’ People are going to see the real Bristol in this show”.
In a nutshell, “Bristol Palin: Life’s A Tripp” is about showing that Sarah Palin’s daughter finally grew up. She wants the audience to see her life is just like any other normal mom’s. “I think I have tough skin and I know that God is on my side and my faith is everything” added Bristol on “Good Morning America”.
Of her son’s take on being watched by cameras, Bristol said: “Tripp didn’t care if cameras were there or not. He’s still going to be rowdy, still going to be a little terror, but it was a lot of fun”.
The show is going to follow Bristol Palin as she moves from Wasilla, Alaska to Los Angeles and back again. “Bristol Palin: Life’s A Tripp” premieres June 19 on Lifetime.