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    An artistic side of Paris Hilton that we haven’t seen before?

    Paris Hilton's photoshoot HeatParis Hilton was also interviewed by Heat magazine. In this latest interview, which will be fully available in the upcoming issue of the magazine, she revealed she is a budding artist:

    “I have a room in my house where I paint. I’ve been offered an exhibition, which I might do next year.

    She also reminded the public for the 50th time that she is the opposite of what people think of her:

    “I think a lot of people have seen me on The Simple Life and think I’m a “spolit airhead”. But I was playing a character. The producers said they wanted Nicole and I just to be crazy and funny and say outlandish things. I’m a lot more serious and shy…and if I’m not out, having to be, you know, “on”, I’m at home just chilling and wearing sweat pants.”

    Finally, she added a few comments about love relationships:

    “I’m always really hard to get with guys. There’s a process they have to go through. I’m very old fashioned really and I’ll make them have, like, a million dates before the get a kiss. People are surprised because they think I’ve been through so many men, but it’s not true. I don’t really talk to guys – apart from Benji, who I was with in the past year. I’m not ready to move into another relationship. I think it’ll be good for me to be alone and find out who I am. One day I’ll find someone, but for now I don’t want to be with anyone.”

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    Comment from scot
    Time: January 20, 2009, 12:42 am

    I love the blue haired photo of her, she looks like such a cool cat. The white-blond one is quite awful, she looks a bit tranny-ish.

    Its pretty exciting about the art stuff. Its my numebr one passion so its pretty cool Paris’ has another thing thing I can relate to. I wonder what her art would be like.

    Comment from Django
    Time: January 20, 2009, 5:00 am

    Instead of exaggerating, Paris would have been better saying a few dates or a number of dates. I’m sure Benji etc at least got to the kissing stage without going through anywhere near “a million dates” (which is perfectly normal).

    Comment from lionsgate is not great
    Time: January 20, 2009, 8:38 am

    She must exaggerate to generate media attention. I think it was last Sundance where she was sitting on a guy’s lap kissing him in the middle of a party. All those pics of her kissing guy’s in bars, (travis barker and others) She doesn’t wait weeks and months to kiss but it does generate discussions like this one and bloggers and haters will have a fit. I also remember the BFF Thanksgiving special when one of the girls shows up with a some beers and smiles and says here’s the beer. Paris may not like the taste of beer but she drinks, her friends drink beer, she’s definitely had beer b/f. I think it’s just done to generate discussion. It works. The only problem is that people, including an ahole judge, then take statements like these and the Larry King interview and don’t believe a word she says when it matters like when she said that she didn’t know she was prohibited from driving, which led to her jail sentence.

    Comment from anonymous
    Time: January 20, 2009, 11:22 am

    A friend of mine and I were talking about movies and Paris came up. I mentioned how she’d change and she gave the “sure, right, whatever, can’t stand her. . ” I googled something to show her how she’d changed with Benji and the same quote literally word for word came up in an US mag story about Benji 2008, a People mag about jail 2007, and a 2002 or 2003 (whenever the sex tape came out) in USA Today. Seriously, word for word. I don’t remember it exactly but something like “I’m tired of partying, it’s not what I like, I’m different then what you think, I’m really tired of partying and don’t want to do it anymore. ” The no beer, no kissing reminds of those quotes.

    I think she just wants to put certain things out and if she says it enough then hopes it becomes fact. Either because she hopes to change her actions or people’s beliefs. I don’t know. I don’t get why she says things that are easily proven to be exaggerations.

    Comment from juju
    Time: January 21, 2009, 12:39 am

    she needs a new script, but seriously, even better yet would be to just stop talking about her personal life and just focus on her work, and promoting that. when she does that, then mainstream media will move on from her personal life and take her more seriously.

    i’m glad to hear about the sunglass line and painting. those are both new and more interesting.

    she owes no one an apology or an explanation for what she’s done in her life thus far, but by continuing to make these comments, she comes across as if she thinks that she does. everyone parties and dates when they’re young. it’s normal. it’s nothing to go on about…

    and in the PR world, if you’re trying to change an image, then it’s always better to have someone else sing your praises rather than saying it yourself.

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