We can see the Saturday Night Live sketches already!
Ever since she started publicly endorsing Donald Trump, we've been waiting for Sarah Palin's next career move.
And though her stint in politics may be coming to an end, the former Alaska Governor is heading into another position of great power — as a new TV courtroom judge!
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That's right! The once vice presidential candidate has signed on for a new reality court show that would be premiering next year.
According to People, Palin signed a deal with Montana-based production company Warm Springs last month!
An inside source said:
On Monday, Bristol Palin took to Instagram to share a sweet snap of her 7-year-old brother Trig in honor of World Down Syndrome Day. Aww!
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The mother-of-two shared:
This could have ended very differently.
As we previously reported, Todd Palin was seriously injured in a snowmobile accident in Alaska Sunday night, and while his wife Sarah Palin is far from our favorite celeb, we'd never wish harm on her or her family.
That's why we're excited to report that despite two collapsed lungs, multiple broken bones, and a bruised liver, the 51-year-old is currently expected to recover.
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The former GOP Vice Presidential Nominee shared an update on her husband's health on Facebook Thursday afternoon, saying:
Though we absolutely do NOT agree with Sarah Palin's viewpoints — especially her recent comments at a Donald Trump rally — we are still concerned about her husband Todd Palin's health after his very serious snowmobile accident.
As we reported, Todd was involved in a crash and was taken to intensive care where was in critical condition but stable.
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A source close to the situation revealed Todd suffered "a variety of internal injuries" that include eight broken ribs and two collapsed lungs. Sarah's husband is reportedly waiting to undergo surgery.
Kevin Kastner, the executive director of Iron Dog, the organizer of a 2000-mile snowmobile race that former politician's husband competes in, revealed to People that he spoke with Todd's father and learned: