Reality TV star Sarah Palin has been getting a lot of heat from animal rights activists after shooting a caribou on her TLC show, "Sarah Palin's Alaska," -- and the former Governor had some words for them Friday morning in an interview with "Good Morning America's" Robin Roberts.
"We eat, therefore we hunt -- and I am thankful that I get to feed my kids organic food," Palin said. "If they don't wear leather shoes and a belt and drive a car with leather seats and they eat no meat, then they have somethin' to say. And I can listen to them when they say, 'How dare you kill an animal to feed a family?' because they don't participate in that. And at least they're sincere about it."
Real estate tycoon Donald Trump may shift his eye from the boardroom to the Oval Office.
The "Apprentice" mogul confirmed to "Extra" that he's thinking about tossing his hat into the ring in the 2012 election. "I am seriously considering running," said the Donald.
"I hate what's happening to our country," Trump told "Extra." "Our country is being ridiculed all over the world."
Bristol Palin is slamming her "Dancing with the Stars" co-star Margaret Cho for insinuating her mom, Sarah, forced Bristol to compete on the ABC series. -- Full Story at Us Weekly
It doesn't look like Kate Gosselin is one for the great outdoors.
In a sneak peek at Kate Gosselin's Alaska camping trip with Sarah Palin, released by Us Weekly, the mom of eight cries for decent food and admits she's never camped before.
You can catch the entire episode TLC's "Sarah Palin's Alaska" on Sunday, December 5 at 9:00 PM PST.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has been named one of Barbara Walter's 10 Most Fascinating People of 2010. During the special, set to air December 9, Palin said she has a shot at becoming the first female US president.
"I'm looking at the lay of the land now," Palin said. "Trying to figure that out, if it's a good thing for the country, for the discourse, for my family, if it's a good thing."
When asked by Walters if she could beat President Barack Obama in the 2012 election, Palin replied, "I believe so."
Political daughter Bristol Palin has made it to the "Dancing with the Stars" finale -- leaving many viewers to wonder if she got this far because of her mother Sarah Palin's fame.
"I know it's not a Tea Party thing," the single mom told "Extra." "I know Americans are relating to me. I'm working my butt off and I think they see that."
Bristol Palin made it through to week nine on "Dancing with the Stars" and continued to be amazed and thankful to fans for keeping her in the competition. "Thank you guys so much for voting for us. I know they're loyal and they've been backing us the majority of this thing."
Dancer Tony Dovolani joked, "It makes me want to come back next season as a Republican!"
"Extra" and PopEater.com want to know: Do you think Bristol is still in the competition because her mom is Sarah Palin?
Former Alaska Governor and soon-to-be reality TV star Sarah Palin wasn't exactly amused by a rumor that she and husband Todd were reportedly on the verge of $20-million divorce, but the former First Gentleman of Juneau just laughed.
"I call Todd on the cell phone [from the grocery checkout] and I say, 'Todd, you won't believe this cover!' And he says, 'Twenty million? Write me a check,'" Palin told People magazine. "He's good about laughing some of that stuff off."