The 5 Reasons Why 'Bristol The Pistol' Palin Needs To Stay On 'Dancing With The Stars!'

Tue, November 9, 2010 7:05pm EDT by 3 Comments

Bristallion certainly isn’t the best dancer on Dancing with the Stars, but that’s not why she deserves to stay — she’s the most entertaining!

Bristol “The Pistol” Palin is without a doubt the weakest dancer left on Dancing with the Stars, but that doesn’t mean she should get the boot! The competition stopped being all about ability and became all about the entertainment value the second Audrina Patridge got sent home, despite being one of the strongest competitors on the show!

Here are five arguments for keeping our favorite 19-year-old single, Republican mom on DWTS:

  • She’s “Most Improved.” When Bristallion first stepped foot on ABC’s stage, she was worse than the legendary Kate Gosselin on Season 10. Seriously, Bristol couldn’t move (or shimmy) to save her life. Now, two months later, she glides along like a gazelle. Or at least its distant cousin.
  • Bristol (finally) got a personality. This is one aspect where Bristol the Pistol was at a loss. Next to a mom as outspoken and hysterical as Sarah Palin, ANYONE would seem lackluster and boring. That said, Bristol has slowly but surely started to let her guard down and speak in full sentences. She’s actually endearing and funny!
  • The girl can shake what her mama gave her. She might vote conservatively, but Bristallion sure knows how to shake it like she’s in a music video! Watch playback from Week 8 performances Nov. 8 to see what I’m talking about…during the “Instant Dance,” Bristol shimmied her chest, shook her hips and rolled her body liked I’d NEVER seen her before.
  • Her mom. No matter what your political beliefs, listening to Sarah Palin give her two cents on Bristol’s dances will tickle your funny bone. “Oooh,  it’s not a lap dance, is it?” “Yeah, that’s right, Bristol. Dominate him!”
  • Who cares if she can dance? She’s entertaining — and isn’t that why we watch TV?
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