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    Journalist David Onda Discovers A “Non-Mediatic” Version Of Paris Hilton

    Just like other journalists, David Onda was allowed to interview the “Are You With It” singer under one condition: not to ask her “fun” or personal questions, the type of questions that are interesting to the public, but not to a weirdo like me.

    Onda writes: “I was, however, allowed to ask anything relating to Hilton’s acting career and new movie,” but the problem is that these journalists can’t think of interesting and intelligent questions when it comes to her career, due to lack of interest.

    Onda’s interview and article with Paris is still interesting, and it’s always funny when journalists, especially the semi-hater types, meet Paris and discover a different version of her.

    In one passage, Onda states: “But since her release late last June, Camp Paris has done a public relations 180, focusing on the less controversial aspects of the blonde icon’s life, such as her music (Paris’ debut album reached number six on the Billboard 200), writing (her autobiography is a New York Times best seller), clothing line, charity work and acting career.”

    In another one, the author reveals that Paris didn’t take her role in House of Wax seriously and Paris says: “A lot of people said they liked it. People who didn’t are just haters.”

    Read the full article at Fly Magazine.

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    Comment from Django
    Time: March 3, 2008, 2:31 am

    It was a nice interview and I liked the interviewer’s conclusions at the end. I don’t believe Paris about House Of Wax though. She seemed pleased with it at the time and there’s a snippet from Elisha Cuthbert in Chas Newkey-Burden’s Paris biography about Paris getting agitated before a scene (but being fine after going over the scene with Elisha alone for a while). I think it’s just a mistake that Paris (and probably plenty of others) makes – that in bigging the latest thing up or suggesting improvement, you have to dismiss or diss something earlier (or change your opinion to support the mass view – the way plenty of people that probably enjoyed The Phantom Menace or Titanic just fine at the cinema all of a sudden jumped on the popular opinion of the film being a turkey). Maybe Paris thinks people will take her views on her latest movie seriously if she dismisses most of her earlier acting work as not being the real thing, but this is.

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