Who could have anticipated:
The ex-Alaska governor and newly anointed Tea Party mascot will welcome rapper LL Cool J as one of the first guests on her TV series debuting on April Fool's Day, the Chicago Tribune reported Monday...
LL Cool J, however, disputed that he'd actually be appearing on Palin's show, writing on his Twitter feed that Fox had "lifted an old interview."
"Fox lifted an old interview I gave in 2008 to someone else & are misrepresenting to the public in order to promote Sarah Palins Show. WOW," the rapper wrote, and repeatedly rebroadcast the same message to his followers.
But don't "de-Vaseline" the camera lens yet boys because Toby Keith is also supposed to be on, and I'm guessing Sarah will "DO IT LIVE!".
UPDATE: Apparently Palin's interviewing style is not to do any actual interviewing:
Mere moments after LL Cool J informed the world — and, apparently, Fox News — that he had no intention of being a part of Sarah Palin’s upcoming show, Real American Stories, the good people over at HitFix spoke to country music singer Toby Keith, who’s also featured in the show’s promos. According to HitFix, “Keith, who says he’s a registered Democrat, was not told about the usage of a past interview for Palin’s program. ‘We were never contacted by Fox,’ his rep tells Hitfix. ‘I have no idea what interview it’s taken from. They’re promoting this like it’s a brand new interview. He never sat down with Sarah Palin.’”