Booing in the Ballroom?

PR Connection #2

This past weeks episode of Dancing with the Stars had many celebrities in attendance. One being Sarah Palin. Sarah Palin, who was supporting daughter Bristol Palin, sat in the audience and at one point of the show was interviewed. Right before the camera shot to Palin there was a lot of booing in the ballroom. Just a few hours after this happened Gossip Queen, Perez Hilton put his own spin to what happened in the ballroom. According to Perez, the crowd began booing when they saw that Palin was about to be interviewed. Perez went on to call Palin an “insane politician”. The next night DWTS showed raw footage revealing that the audience was booing the judges for giving low scores to the dancers that danced right before Palin’s interview. You tell me, who really got booed?

Perez has realeased another blog post saying that ABC was just covering up Palin being booed.
You can find Perez’s original blog post here.


4 responses

  1. After viewing this video it doesn’t seem that the audience was booing Palin. especially after she started talking some of them begin to applaud. I think some people in the media world just find anything to talk about! Twisting stories to make a story so that they can gain attention!!!

    The people of this world 🙂

    October 1, 2010 at 10:57 pm

  2. Hey. Thanks for posting this. I’m not a big dancing with the stars fan, but I wasn’t even aware of this. I wonder if it’s hard for Bristol to be in the limelight of her mom? Or if she is truly loving the attention she’s getting. I’ve heard she is one of the only “non-celebrities” on the show. I agree that it seems obvious they were booing the scores of the previous dancers. I can’t imagine how rude the majority of the audience would have to be to boo her on live TV. The real story here is not the booing though, it’s that Perez Hilton spins almost everything he covers. He doctors photos, and exaggerates the truth. Personally, I don’t trust anything that guy says, period. It’s too bad he has so many followers. I guess the public just has an appetite for what’s crass.

    October 11, 2010 at 12:26 am

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