​Bristol Palin Tina Fey Oscars: Comedian Impersonation Under Attack By Daughter

Bristol Palin Tina Fey Oscars
Author: Jennifer HongBy:
Staff Reporter
Jan. 29, 2016

Bristol Palin says Tina Fey’s impersonation of her mother over the Oscars controversy was totally off. Palin attacked Fey’s looks and also chimed in on what she thinks about the recent controversy in Hollywood, according to People.

Last week on Saturday Night Live, Fey made an appearance to lampoon the older Palin who had appeared that week at a Donald Trump rally to give her endorsement. Fey was dressed nearly identical to her, used her speech affectations and was imitating the speech that didn’t seem to have a point.

Bristol Palin, Tina Fey, Oscars controversy

Bristol Palin, Tina Fey, Oscars controversy

Bristol wrote a blog post titled “Who Wore It Better - Sarah Palin or Tina Fey?” She referred to the comedian’s “fake accent” as being “like nails on a chalkboard” and said the impersonation-one that Fey has been doing since Palin ran for Vice President-was “desperate” and “pathetic.”

Then the younger Palin really hit below the belt.

“I think my mom trumps her in the looks department,” she said, “especially for having three more kids and seven more years on Tina!”

Apparently her readers didn’t agree with Bristol Palin’s comments about Tina Fey’s Oscars controversy, as 81 percent said Fey was the one who wore it best.

But the mother of two didn’t stop there. She also took the time to comment on the Oscars controversy over the lack of diversity in the acting nominations for the second year in a row.

“[As] far as what I have seen about the #OscarSoWhiteControversy, it seems Jada Pinkett Smith started it because her husband wasn’t getting nominated,” Palin wrote. “I don’t know how other people think about it, but I hope my son sees early on – that not everyone gets a trophy.”

In another blog post Bristol Palin also aligned herself with Stacey Dash as far as eliminating BET, the BET Awards, and the NAACP Image Awards and said, “We shouldn’t segregate ourselves or limit Black History Month to one month a year. I wish things were really colorblind … I don’t know what we can do as a society to come together as one.”

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