I'm not much of a psychic friend, but I think I can predict the cover of tomorrow's New York Post, given the National Enquirer's spilling of the beans about the racy stuff inside Joe McGinniss' new tell-all biography on bodacious tea-party babe Sarah Palin.
Here's what the Miami Herald has come up with thus far:
WHO THE HELL needs to pay for The Playboy Channel when we have saucy, smokin' hot right-wing firebrands and a lifetime of Blazing Saddles jokes floating around our heads?
A new book about tea party darling Sarah Palin has a salacious revelation about her sex life involving a well-known Miami sports star.
According to The National Enquirer, which obtained an advance copy of a book about Palin by investigative writer Joe McGinniss — Palin and former Miami Heat player Glen Rice had a one-night tryst back in 1987.
At the time, the former Alaska governor, now 47, was single, just out of college and working as a sports reporter at Anchorage TV station KTUU.
Rice, 44, who lives in Coral Gables, was a promising junior basketball player at the University of Michigan.
Their encounter occurred while Rice was in Anchorage attending a basketball tournament and Palin apparently covered the event. Months later, in 1988, Palin eloped with her high school sweetheart Todd Palin. The two are still married.
Quoting from the book, the tabloid said that at the time, the 23-year-old Palin had a “fetish” about black men.
Film at 11. Then again, maybe not.