The former Alaska governor smiled, “I don't know. I'm not sure what the future holds… Que sera sera!”
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Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin wasn’t about to miss daughter Bristol’s first night back on the “Dancing with the Stars” stage. She told "Extra's" Maria Menounos backstage, “I’m so impressed. She had such energy. She’s so grounded.”
In Tuesday's highly anticipated battle of the morning shows, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin played it for laughs by poking fun at herself, while former "Today" show host Katie Couric didn't play it at all, making no reference to Palin or "Today."
Palin appeared on the "Today" show as a guest host, while Couric is filing in for Robin Roberts this week at "Good Morning America."
Former CBS Nightly News anchor Katie Couric and the one-time Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will face off once again this Tuesday -- only this time it's an NBC-ABC ratings battle.
ABC recently announced that former "Today" host Katie Couric will sit in for Robin Roberts as co-host of "Good Morning America" starting Tuesday through the rest of the week.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she is not planning to watch the HBO film "Game Change" when it premieres this Saturday night. You betcha she won't.
The film focuses on Sen. John McCain's 2008 presidential bid and his controversial choice of Palin as running mate.
Palin recently told FOX News, "I honestly will not waste my time watching it and I encourage others to find something more productive to do."
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"Extra's" AJ Calloway talked with Julianne Moore, who portrays Palin, at the film's premiere Wednesday. Moore explained, "It's not about Sarah Palin. It's really a look at how we elect our leaders."