Bristol Palin Facebook Controversy and DWTS Shocking Elimination
Bristol Palin issued an apology for remarks she and her younger sister Willow made on Facebook, including Willow's homophobic slurs. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
Bristol Palin has done it again! She's moving on to the finale, but she's also had to apologize for something she and her kid sister Willow said on Facebook.
It started when a schoolmate criticized the new reality show Sarah Palin's Alaska. Pretty 16-year-old Willow attacked the boy with a homophobic slur, saying, "You're such a [expletive deleted]."
Bristol then got into it, telling the kid, quote, "You're running your mouth off just to talk [expletive deleted]."
Now Bristol is apologizing on her Facebook page, saying, "Willow and I shouldn't have reacted to negative comments about our family. We apologize."
INSIDE EDITION caught up with Bristol backstage at Dancing with the Stars.
"I'm just so thankful to still be around and thankful we're going to the finale," said Bristol.
Yes, it's true. Bristol is going to the finals. Brandy got the boot. The audience gasped and booed as Brandy learned her fate.
"I am shocked because last night you delivered a fantastic performance," said Bruno Tonioli.
Backstage, Brandy wiped tears as she spoke about leaving, telling INSIDE EDITION, "I'm just—I don't really know what to say."
But her partner Maks spoke out in this tweet he posted right after the show, saying, "Wow what can I say? If this is a test I'm failing it. See no justice in DWTS."
Sarah Palin also weighed in, tweeting, "Proud of all the competitors."
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