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Bristol Palin to Educate Teens Through TV Gig

February 24, 2010 (2:49 am) GMT
The teen mom will guest star on 'The Secret Life of an American Teenager' as herself in a story arc that touches the issue of teen pregnancy.
Bristol Palin

has become some kind of celebrity since her pregnancy news came out in 2008 whilst her mother was campaigning for a vice president slot. She is now one step closer to take the status to a different direction, guest starring in ABC Family's "" as teen mom aka herself.

"Bristol Palin is the most famous teenage mother in America," says the show's executive producer Brenda Hampton in a statement. "I think she will bring additional attention to the issues facing teen parents that we've been exploring for a couple of seasons now."

In the series, Palin will befriend 's Amy at a music program designed for teen moms. "I am thrilled to be on this show and to be a part of a program that educates teens and young adults about the consequences of teen pregnancy," the 19-year-old said. Palin will travel to Los Angeles to shoot the episode which will be aired in summer during the third season.

Bristol Palin was initially engaged to her baby's daddy but split from him in March 2009. She has since become the spokesperson for abstinence and spoke against teen pregnancy.

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