Sarah Palin has identified what's ailing this great nation of ours: It's a selfie epidemic.
"I want to see more young women holding a fish than holding their camera in front of a bathroom mirror doing a selfie," the former VP candidate told TV critics today at a breakfast to promote her new Sportsman Channel reality series, "Amazing America With Sarah Palin."
Debuting in April, the series will feature Palin (dubbed "the First Lady of the Outdoors") traveling the country and discovering firsthand what makes it great. "Our show will highlight the people, places and things that can embrace and encourage that American spirit we need more of," Palin promised, noting that it won't be "some fake, scripted reality show."
Of course, this isn't the Palins' first venture into reality TV. Sarah had a TLC series in 2010, "Sarah Palin's Alaska," that only lasted one season. Her daughter Bristol competed twice on "Dancing With the Stars" and had her own short-lived reality series on Lifetime. AndRead More »from Sarah Palin’s Prescription for an ‘Amazing America’: Fewer Selfies, More Fishies