Levi Johnston and his new wife and old kid are now a Vaudeville family that travels the country singing and dancing and acting out vignettes about America and abortions and four-wheelers. Levi has taken the first step injoining Bristol as a certified actor by appearing in an R&B video. "And what's the video about? A loony interfering mum," asks and answers The Guardian, Britishly. Yes, the song and video are based on Levi's relationship to Sarah and Bristol Palin.


In conceiving the video, director Evan Winter admitted that he "riffed off [Johnston's] real-life situation". It shows a couple sharing "tender moments before they are driven apart by the young woman's mother", the Associated Press reports. "Unaware that her mom's interference forced her boyfriend to go, she throws herself into her mother's arms. She tells her mother that she was wrong about Levi."

LEVI? DID WE SAY LEVI? WE MEANT THE HIP-HOPPER CHARACTER IVEL, WHO WILL BE PLAYED BY LEVI WITH ACTING.

Now fast forward 12 years and image Trig making a special guest appearance on stage to sing "The Yankee Doodle Boy" and dance around in a jockey costume. YOU'RE WELCOME.

Meanwhile, warblogger Mercede Johnston has an interesting perspective on needing to buy an issue of Us Weekly with your brother on the cover in Wal-Mart and trying not to be seen with it and also reading about yourself and your phone habits in it. [Guardian/Mercede Johnston]

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