Wow. She looks more like her mom every time I see her. She's also getting better and better on television. Job very well done.
She later appeared on Greta's show:
This PSA addresses something that the haters have been dredging up for awhile now:
"Oh, sure, it's fine for you. Your mom is rich and famous, blah, blah, blah."
Bristol knows that she's in a better situation than most. Her situation also grants her the opportunity to do more about it than most.
The reaction to this latest move has been a tad more positive than what Bristol normally gets, but some old arguments still pop up, like the idea that she's not sincere and she's just a hypocrite, etc...
Do you call a former druggie who goes to a high school to convince kids not to follow in his footsteps a hypocrite? Who better to tell you not to go down a road than someone who has traveled it?
It's a fine line to walk, there's no doubt about that. On the one hand, you want teenagers to avoid this situation. On the other, you cannot regret having your child. I believe in Going Rogue, Sarah called it the "proverbial double-edged sword."
And ET will drag out the Deadbeat to comment on the PSA tomorrow night, cause you know, he's been such a role model in this situation. Owning up and taking responsibility, not blaming everybody else, getting a steady job and not trashing his child's family in the tabloids....
"Every time I tried to put him on TV she'd flip out."Um, maybe that's because she doesn't trust you. I wonder why? What on earth would make you not trustworthy? I cannot imagine. There's also a slight difference between promoting a good cause and a cheap reality show. Slight.
And how often did you try to put him on TV, anyway?
"But it is nice to see him on there; he's happy and he's looking good. Sending out a good message."Well. Dare I say we agree on something?