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Dancing With The Stars: Week 3, Vote for Bristol & Mark (Updated with SarahNetRadio Interview)

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on October 7, 2012

During week two of Dancing With The Stars, Bristol and Mark were again deemed “safe”.  Once again, many voters wanted to see Bristol and Mark return to dance during week three.  Dancing With The Stars will be on the air Monday, October 8th at 8:00 p.m. Eastern on ABC.  Be sure to tune in then vote to support Bristol and Mark!

Quick recap on how to vote:

Voting information from Mark’s Blog & updated to reflect current information:

The couples dance on Monday nights for a score from the judges. Then the fans vote for their favorite. The judges score counts 50% and the fans 50%. The key to the judges score is that they convert it to a percentage. They take all the scores from the judges and add them together. Then that number is divided into the score for the individual couple. That gives the 50% that counts as the judges scores. Same thing with the fan vote. All the votes are totaled and that number is divided into the couples fan vote. The lowest combined judges scores and fan scores send a couple home.

There will be three ways to vote:


The first is by phone
800-868-3409. The number will remain the same throughout the competition. Phone lines open as soon as the show starts and stay open for 1 hour after the show. Fans should try to phone vote as soon as the show starts. After they dance and at end of the show are the hardest times to get through and we want every single vote. You can vote on as many phones as you have access to. For the first half of the season, voters will be allowed the same number votes as the contestants. For example, the first week there will be thirteen contestants, so each type of account gets 13 votes. The second week it will go down to 12. Once they are down to 5 contestants or less, the fans still get 5 votes per account.

ATT users can text their votes by texting the word “vote” to
3409. Once again you get the same number of votes as contestants. It is my understanding you can text votes and call votes from the same phone.

The final way is online. Go to http://abc.go.com/shows/dancing-with-the-stars/. On show nights there will be a vote tab. You have to have an account to vote online. You should make your accounts before the show starts because when the show is going the site crawls. You can vote with as many accounts as you make.

Dancing with the Stars is definitely a team effort. Bristol and Mark will do the dancing-the fans have to do the voting!

UPDATE:  Kevin Scholla’s “Breaking it Down With Bristol”

 

Follow Bristol’s Blog here on Twitter here and on Facebook here

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Bristol Palin Competing Again on “Dancing With The Stars” (Updated)

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on September 24, 2012

Bristol’s Blog was updated with their phone number:  800-868-3409

With her competitive spirit and “I can do” attitude, Bristol Palin will be competing on ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars All-Star Edition” starting on Monday night, September 24th. Palin is again paired with professional dancer Mark Ballas to form “Team Ballin”. You may recall that Bristol and Mark placed third during the 2010 season of the show.

This past week Bristol took to her own blog to let her supporters know they can help her by voting. If you want to see Bristol and Mark dance week after week, it’s up to you to vote and make it happen! Voting information from Mark’s Blog:

The couples dance on Monday nights for a score from the judges. Then the fans vote for their favorite. The judges score counts 50% and the fans 50%. The key to the judges score is that they convert it to a percentage. They take all the scores from the judges and add them together. Then that number is divided into the score for the individual couple. That gives the 50% that counts as the judges scores. Same thing with the fan vote. All the votes are totaled and that number is divided into the couples fan vote. The lowest combined judges scores and fan scores send a couple home.

There will be three ways to vote:

The first is by phone. We will not know the phone number for Team Ballin until show time on 9/24. The number will remain the same throughout the competition. Phone lines open as soon as the show starts and stay open for 1 hour after the show. Fans should try to phone vote as soon as the show starts. After they dance and at end of the show are the hardest times to get through and we want every single vote. You can vote on as many phones as you have access to. For the first half of the season, voters will be allowed the same number votes as the contestants. For example, the first week there will be thirteen contestants, so each type of account gets 13 votes. The second week it will go down to 12. Once they are down to 5 contestants or less, the fans still get 5 votes per account.

ATT users can text their votes by texting the word “vote” to the last four digits of the voting number. Once again you get the same number of votes as contestants. It is my understanding you can text votes and call votes from the same phone.

The final way is online. Go to http://abc.go.com/shows/dancing-with-the-stars/. On show nights there will be a vote tab. You have to have an account to vote online. You should make your accounts before the show starts because when the show is going the site crawls. You can vote with as many accounts as you make.

Dancing with the Stars is definitely a team effort. Bristol and Mark will do the dancing-the fans have to do the voting! Please be sure and support them with your votes on September 24!

Bristol will be talking with Kevin Scholla of SarahNETRadio each week and by listening to his interview you will get the inside scoop directly from Bristol.

h/t SarahNETRadio

Follow Bristol on Twitter here and on Facebook here.

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Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas DWTS All-Stars Photos Released by ABC Today

Posted by Dr. Fay on August 23, 2012


Earlier today, ABC released promo photos of several DWTS All-Star pairs, among them these photos of Bristol and Mark.   Photos of additional pairs can be found here,  here, and here.

Allison Corneau at US Weekly writes:

They’re all dressed up and ready to hit the dance floor!

Bristol Palin, Pamela Anderson, Melissa Rycroft and nine other celebs are set to return to Dancing With the Stars for its first-ever All-Star season next month, and on Thursday, ABC provided a first glimpse of the stars in costume with their professional partners.

[…]

“[Critics] are going to be talking about us either way. I might as well be doing something enjoyable and fun and with a good group of people, and that’s why I’m doing it,” Palin said of her motivation to return to the ballroom in her quest to finally take home the mirrorball trophy.

“I won’t be dancing in a monkey suit, but it’s going to be awesome,” she hints of her second time on the dance floor.

Joining Palin, Anderson and Rycroft for Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars will be Helio Castroneves, Joey Fatone, Shawn Johnson, Drew Lachey, Gilles Marini, Kelly Monaco, Apollo Ohno and Emmitt Smith. Competing for the final, 13th slot, to be determined by viewers are Sabrina Bryan, Kyle Massey and Carson Kressley.

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This is How Palin Supporters Roll

Posted by Adrienne Ross on February 11, 2012

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

No one gives a speech like Governor Palin–and the reason for that is quite simple. When she speaks about America, about conservatism, about taking our country back, she means it. She speaks from the heart, and it shows.

As the keynote speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference this evening, the Governor raised the roof in one of the most passionate speeches I’ve heard her give. She further fired up a crowd that was already red hot with anticipation of her address to conservatives from across the nation.

ABC reports:

The most resounding speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference came not from a presidential candidate, or an elected official — but from Sarah Palin.

The screams and cheers that filled the spacious ballroom in which Palin spoke Saturday felt at times like they belonged at a Justin Bieber concert. A dozen times the conservatives at the conference leaped to their feet to applaud Palin, as she threw them line after line about beating President Obama and reclaiming “traditional values.”

“The president says small Americans, small-town Americans — we bitterly cling to our religion and our guns,” Palin said, referring to a comment Obama made in the last election, as the audience rose and cheered. “You say, I say, we say — keep your change. We’ll keep our God. We’ll keep our guns.”

[…]

“In America, we believe that competition strengthens us,” she said. “Competition relates to victory in 2012. We must stay true to our principles. I believe that the competition has got to keep going. But let’s make sure that the competition brings out the best in our party.

“We know that the far left and their media allies can’t beat us on the issues, so instead they’ll distort our records,” she added. “Let’s not do the job for them, OK, Republicans? OK, independents?”

Palin, wearing a bright-red blouse, black skirt and heels, spent her time on the stage bashing both Obama and Washington. But for all the contempt she had for Obama, she borrowed liberally from his most famous statements.

Perhaps alluding to Obama’s famous red-state/blue-state speech from the 2004 Democratic convention, Palin said in one of her frequent rhyming lines that Americans aren’t “red” or “blue.” She concluded, as the conservatives rose to their feet again, “We’re red, white and blue, and President Obama, we are through with you.”

“Hope and change — yeah, you’ve got to hope things change,” she added to laughs and more cheers.

At one point shouts of “USA!” broke out in the room. As it turned out, it was in response to some protesters who, apparently, don’t know how Governor Palin’s supporters roll:

For the first time at the three-day conference known as CPAC in Washington, protesters disrupted a speech. But the response from Palin’s loyal supporters was fierce. As protesters chanted at her from the back of the room at the Marriott, a man in the back row leaped over his chair, ran toward them and screamed, “Get the hell out of here, you asshole!”

The protesters were kicked out as others in the room began chanting “USA! USA!” followed quickly by “Sarah! Sarah!”

Read the full piece here.

The man’s language was more colorful than I would have used, but his actions are representative of Americans who are fed up with people trying to occupy space, violating others’ First Amendment rights while citing their own, and destroying everything in their path. His actions also demonstrate the readiness of the Governor’s supporters to defend her against incessant attacks by people who want to make her sit down and shut up, something which simply is not going to happen.

(h/t Doug)

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Mainstream Media Covers Grizzly Fest

Posted by Adrienne Ross on October 30, 2011

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Yesterday’s Grizzly Fest online summit did not go unnoticed by the mainstream media. ABC’s Shushannah Walshe, in her article, “Sarah Palin Supporters Meet Online to Discuss Life After Her Decision,” writes:

Sarah Palin’s most passionate supporters held an online forum today to assess what they should do going forward, now that the former Alaska governor has announced she won’t enter the GOP 2012 field.

Participants of the forum, called Grizzlyfest, came together for three hours to praise Palin, plot how they will continue their grassroots political organizing in 2012, and how they will choose 2012 candidates after Palin stunned the group last month [It was this month] when she announced she would not seek the GOP nomination. The running theme of the event was that despite their chosen candidate’s decision, they will stay active in conservative politics.

[…]

Palin did not participate in the event, but her brother, Chuck Heath Jr., called into the forum.

Panelist Nicole Coulter, an editor at the pro-Palin site Conservatives4Palin, asked the question that kept popping up on the event’s chat page where listeners could ask questions of the panelists: Can you convince Palin to change her mind?

“I can’t convince Sarah of anything,” Heath said. “But I will definitely work on her. I understand the reason that she had for not running, but I look at the other choices and it was painful for me, too. Honestly not because she’s my sister, but I honestly thought she was the best candidate out there. I’ll keep working on her.”

More here.

Still inspired

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Talking with a Star: My One-on-One Interview with Miss Bristol Palin- A Post by Conservative Girl with a Voice

Posted by conservativegirlwithavoice on October 4, 2010

Yesterday, I had the honor of speaking with the amazing and inspiring Bristol Palin. As a single mom, public speaker and advocate for abstinence and the pro-life cause, as well as a contestant on ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars (DWTS), Bristol is a super-busy young woman, but was kind enough to speak with me about her appearance on DWTS, her advocacy campaign and what she sees for her and Tripp in the future. It was a blast to talk with Bristol, and I thank her again for taking the time to speak with me. Bristol is both charming and witty, and it was fun to share some laughs and light-hearted conversation with her. While so many well-known young people are caught up living the fast-paced Hollywood lifestyle, it is refreshing to have a young woman of Bristol’s caliber taking a stand and making a difference. I hope you enjoy reading this Q&A profile piece as much as I did writing it. Click here to visit my blog and read the entire piece. (Please click here to visit Conservative Girl with a Voice and become a follower. Follow me on Twitter @rachellefriberg.)

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Sarah Palin: Multi-Part Interview with Barbara Walters

Posted by Ron Devito on November 17, 2009

Following is the complete transcript of Governor Palin’s Facebook Note pertaining to her multi-part interview with Barbara Walters:

Had a great conversation today with Barbara Walters regarding America’s special needs community. Her compassion for those who some in our society see as “less than perfect” comes from personal experience as she was so close to her sister. Barbara wrote lovingly about her sister in her #1 bestselling memoir titled, Audition. Barbara and I even attempted to interview Trig during this segment, but he was about as patient through the interview as any other one-and-a-half-year-old child! I appreciate Barbara highlighting America’s special needs community. The beautiful heart of our country shines when we embrace these precious ones. Knowing of their unconditional love and need for our embrace reminds me every day of what really matters in this world (Palin, 2009, ¶1).

– Sarah Palin

References:
Palin, S. L. H. (2009, November 17). “Multi-Part Interview with Barbara Walters.” Facebook, Sarah Palin. Retrieved November 17, 2009 from: http://www.facebook.com/sarahpalin?v=wall#/note.php?note_id=176007533434

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