Palin on dating game
" the former Alaska governor told Inside Edition after filming an episode of the recently revamped "Match Game." Read: Bristol Palin Slams Ex: ' A Real American Hero Doesn't Ask for Child Support'" data-reactid="15"Read: Bristol Palin Slams Ex: 'A Real American Hero Doesn't Ask for Child Support' went separate ways just days before they were due to marry last year.But earlier this month, they quietly tied the knot." data-reactid="16"The couple, whose daughter was born earlier this year, met in 2014 but famously went separate ways just days before they were due to marry last year.Nothing is more fun than the infiltration of traditionally liberal Hollywood; gives us a chance to interact with those who may assume they can’t have much in common with a Commonsense Conservative.I always have a blast doing these pop culture venues!Chuck Barris, whose game show empire included "The Dating Game," ''The Newlywed Game" and that infamous factory of cheese, "The Gong Show," has died. Barris died of natural causes Tuesday afternoon at his home in Palisades, New York, according to publicist Paul Shefrin, who announced the death on behalf of Barris' family.Barris made game show history right off the bat, in 1966, with "The Dating Game," hosted by Jim Lange.The gimmick: a young female questions three males, hidden from her view, to determine which would be the best date.
Patterned after the Major Bowes Amateur Hour show that was a radio hit in the 1930s, the program featured performers who had peculiar talents and, often, no talent at all.He called himself "The King of Daytime Television," but to critics he was "The King of Schlock" or "The Baron of Bad Taste."As "The Gong Show" and Barris' other series were slipping, he sold his company for a reported 0 million in 1980 and decided to go into films.He directed and starred in "The Gong Show Movie," a thundering failure that stayed in theaters only a week.But in all cases, the questions were designed by the show's writers to elicit sexy answers.Celebrities and future celebrities who appeared as contestants included Michael Jackson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Steve Martin and a pre-"Charlie's Angels" Farrah Fawcett, introduced as "an accomplished artist and sculptress" with a dream to open her own gallery.