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    Paris Hilton releases new single “I Blame You”

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    Paris Hilton signs up with United Talent Agency

    Reported by Yahoo!

    Paris Hilton, the actress, influencer and entrepreneur, has signed with UTA to represent her in all areas of her career and business empire, it was announced Thursday.

    Hilton most recently release the YouTube Originals documentary “This Is Paris,” which debuted in September and has already seen over 17 million views. And as someone who helped to define the influencer landscape in the mid-2000s, she’s seen a significant uptick of mentions and views in the last year, generating 257.8 million views on videos that have mentioned her on social media, a rise of 63.4% compared to last year.

    UTA will work to further Hilton’s brand and empire and bring her voice back into television, digital, licensing and beyond.

    “I have always admired Paris’ keen sense for the intersection between culture and commerce. And after my daughters insisted that I watch her documentary, I found a greater appreciation for her as a person and the power in her story. This next chapter of her career has new layers of authenticity, ones that will allow audiences to connect in new and meaningful ways,” UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer said in a statement.

    Hilton created her multi-billion dollar Paris Hilton Entertainment company in 2006, which consists of 45 branded stores throughout the Middle East and Asia selling handbags and other consumer products. She’s also a DJ, designer, recording artist, host, model, author and philanthropist and continues to expand her brand.

    Her trademarked phrase “That’s Hot” has received 4.8 billion impressions on TikTok in 2020, and she reaches 60 million fans globally across all her social platforms. Hilton is also the world’s highest paid female DJ and has performed at Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowland.

    Since 2004, Hilton has released 27 fragrances, with her perfume collection selling over $2 billion. Her newest fragrance, Luxe Rush, was announced earlier this week.

    Hilton is a supporter of Breaking Code Silence, a movement organized by a network of survivors and activists to raise awareness of the problems in the troubled teen industry, and the need for reform. Proceeds from her recently released new single, “I Blame You” will benefit the organization.

    Over the years, Hilton has also been involved in the Starlight Children’s Foundation, American Humane Association, the Nancy Davis Foundation and the Race to Erase MS, and most recently The Sasha Project LA, among others.


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    “This is Paris” director Alexandra Dean speaks out about documentary

    Reported by Yahoo

    Paris Hilton’s sister Nicky Hilton “interrogated” the director of her documentary, because she worried Paris would be painted in a bad light.

    The 39-year-old socialite and businesswoman is the subject of a YouTube documentary titled ‘This Is Paris’ – which airs on the site on Monday (14.09.20) – and the film’s director, Alexandra Dean, has explained that Paris’ younger sister Nicky, 36, was sceptical at first, as she wanted to make sure the project would “tell the whole story” of Paris’ life.

    Alexandra said: “Nicky definitely interrogated me in an early phone call. Once she was satisfied that I wanted to do something serious, and tell the whole story, she was on board with that and she felt like she’d never heard somebody say that before.

    The filmmaker also had trouble getting Paris’ mother, Kathy Hilton, involved.

    She added: “For Kathy, I think it was a much more difficult decision. I have to give her a lot of credit because she was extremely brave to do this. Any mother who went through that kind of trauma with their kid is brave to revisit it. It definitely took a while talking to her before she would do it.”

    In the documentary, Paris opens up about the alleged abuse she suffered whilst attending Provo Canyon School as a teenager, and Alexandra says she connected with the ‘Simple Life’ alum because her sister had endured similar trauma.

    She explained: “I knew she’d been to these schools. I didn’t know any more than that, and I didn’t know how it had affected her. I’d just done my homework.

    “I have a sister who reminds me a lot of Paris. She herself went through a really traumatic period in our childhood, and I saw it happen. So, something about Paris was very familiar to me and I expected, immediately when I met her, that there was something there that was similar to what had happened to my sister.”

    Alexandra hopes the documentary will encourage people to “reflect” on “how quickly we judge women like Paris”, and also hopes the film can help bring an end to abuse in schools.

    Speaking to Us Weekly magazine, she said: “There are two things that I want people to take from the film. I’d like them to reflect a little on how quickly we judge women like Paris Hilton – who are clearly playing a character in the public eye. We like to, kind of, tear them down. We like to judge them so quickly and think we’re superior for knowing who they are. We don’t know who they are.

    “The other thing that I want to happen – and this is bigger than the first is – I really would like these schools that are abusing children to stop. My hope is that this helps do that.”