Bristol Palin and her sister Willow will star in the season premiere episode of the ABC reality TV show Celebrity Wife Swap where they will swap lives with Joan Rivers and her daughter Melissa, USA Today reported.
Joan and Melissa will spend a week in Wasilla, Alaska, where the Palins reside. There, they will meet Tripp, Bristol's four-year-old son.
Meanwhile, the Palin sisters will stay in the Rivers' home where the comedian lives a structured lifestyle and one very much in front of the camera.
The night was already hard on Bristol Palin, she had just been kicked off of week four of "Dancing With The Stars: All Stars." And Jimmy Kimmel, tried to make her feel better but ultimately only made her feel worse. When Palin arrived to his late night talk show, the required first stop for the week's loser immediately after they are eliminated, Kimmel thanked Palin for coming to his show because he had poked fun of her mother, former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
A suspicious package addressed to Bristol Palin of 'Dancing with the Stars' was delivered to the CBS lot in Hollywood on Oct. 3. The daughter of Sarah Palin received a package which contained a white powdery substance, reminiscent of a suspicious letter she received back in 2010.
Justin Bieber showed his more grownup side during his performance on the first results show for "Dancing With The Stars: All Stars." Bieber kept his young fans up late on Sept. 25 to offer more crotch-grabbing and gyrating than usual in a head-to-toe leather outifit. He ended his performance with an intense stare into the crowd, it was reminiscent of shows by his mentor Usher and the late Michael Jackson.
The 13th all-star contestant for the new season of "Dancing with the Stars" has yet to be announced but reports show that producers of the ABC hit really hope actor Kyle Massey secures the last spot on the dance floor, and brings along some drama with him.
ABC announced actress Pamela Anderson, a former contestant from "Dancing With The Stars," was added to their "All Stars" edition for season 15. Anderson sat on a panel at the Television Critics Association conference when the announcement was made with several other contestants from the "All Stars" cast. The 11 other returning celebrity contestants joining Anderson are Bristol Palin, Kelly Monaco, Melissa Rycroft, Shawn Johnson, Kirstie Alley, Joey Fatone, Helio Castroneves, Drew Lachey, Emmitt Smith, Apolo Ohno and Gilles Marini.