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Lisa Ann, 'Who's Nailin' Paylin?' on 'Entertainment Tonight'

Hustler Video spoof scores mainstream exposure

Lisa Ann, 'Who's Nailin' Paylin?' on 'Entertainment Tonight'

LOS ANGELES - The Sarah Palin porn hype continues this evening as Lisa Ann appears on the CBS syndicated TV series "Entertainment Tonight" to promote her role in Hustler Video's Who's Nailin' Paylin.

"This movie has taken flight and blown up in the media, and I've been loving every minute of it," said Lisa Ann. "It was an overwhelming opportunity to be interviewed by Entertainment Tonight and to be given the chance to reach out to a wider audience through mainstream television!"

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Released on Election Day, director Jerry T's political parody stars Lisa as the Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate and Mike Horner as "Bill Orally". One of the movie's five sex scenes is a lesbian threesome with Palin, Hillary Clinton (Nina Hartley), and Condi Rice (Jada Fire). Hustler has also released a bonus web-only scene in which Palin has sex with Barack Obama (Guy DiSilva.)  

ET interviewed Lisa Ann in out of her Palin character for the segment, which also includes excerpts from the XXX video. However, show producers decided to mention the movie's title on the air.

"We just kicked it up a notch, because, let's face it, Sarah Palin is a hot hockey mom, and there isn't a man in America that hasn't thought about what she looks like under those suits," Lisa Ann told ET. 

Check the ET Online website for local time and station.

To see an exclusive video of Lisa Ann and friends on the set of Who's Nailin' Paylin, visit AVNLive.com.






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