He may be hoping to be a small-town mayor in Alaska, but Levi Johnston - dressed in all black and wearing shades - looked every bit the Hollywood hipster Monday as he posed with fans in Los Angeles, and RadarOnline.com has the pics.
Johnston - who just landed a reality TV show documenting his run for mayor of Wasilla, Alaska (Sarah Palin's old job before she was Governor) - was trailed by camera crews documenting his every move.
As RadarOnline.com has previously reported, the show will be called Loving Levi: The Road to the Mayor’s Office.
“The docu-soap will follow the ever controversial, headline making, matinee idol handsome, father of one as he embarks on a run for mayor of Wasilla, Alaska,” according to a statement released to RadarOnline.com.
While the concept might sound like a gimmick, producers insist it is not.
They say Johnson, 20, genuinely believes he can steal the office from current Wasilla Mayor, lawyer Verne E. Rupright -- and promises, if elected, he will serve his full term.
The series will “chronicle a ‘no-holds-barred’ period in Levi’s tumultuous life; co-raising his son Tripp, looking for love, and taking care of business for his fellow Wasillans,” according to the statement.
The project will be produced by production company Stone & Company Entertainment.
Johnston said the show will give viewers an inside look into who he is as a father, a skilled hunter, an avid dirt biker and his journey down the road of small town politics.
But not until he gets his high school diploma.
Friend Tank Jones will serve as Johnson’s campaign manager and the show will be executive produced by Jon Gosselin’s pal, Canaan Rubin.