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    Mirror.co.uk: Paris Hilton Has Been Dropped By Record Label Warner Music?

    BREAKING NEWS? Hardly!

    I’m not sure if you’ve heard about it, but another report indicated that Paris Hilton has been dropped by Warner Music. As some of you know, I follow such reports very carefully and seriously. We’ve already seen two similar reports in the past, and I predicted that both of them were false ones, and I was right.

    Now another one pops up (notice, the timing is perfect), but the only bad news is that this one came from another source. The two other reports came from the same source.

    However, I’ll tell you now this is not a confirmed report. If Paris was dropped by her label, the Associated Press would report it all over the internet, and no, it hasn’t been reported on CNN, CBS or on any other major network.

    The good news is that all three reports (including this one) came from the U.K., the land of false rumours.

    I will dissecting and respond to paragraphs in this report and will point out what is right and what is wrong.

    From its source: Mirror.co.uk, a highly unreliable source!

    Title: PARIS HASN’T GOT A RECORD!

    [The author of this article is already gloating that “Paris hasn’t got a record,” whatever that means.]

    EXCLUSIVE: LABEL PULLS PLUG ON HILTON’S POP CAREER

    [This is the same type of expression used last time]

    AS if facing 23 days in the slammer isn’t bad enough, Paris Hilton has now been dropped by her record label.

    We can exclusively reveal that the 26-year-old socialite has been given the boot by Warner Bros. She is said to be gutted after learning of their decision this week.

    [Hrmm, has Paris been seen very sad this week? No. Most of the time she was smiling and talking to paparazzi.]

    A spokesman for the record label confirmed: “We are not expecting any new Paris Hilton material in the foreseeable future.”

    [This is the almost same type of quote we got last time. Nothing new here]

    It marks an embarrassing end to a pop career that Paris once confidently declared would “leave a mark on music”.

    But as one music insider puts it: “It’s fair to say she totally stiffed. Her worldwide sales were barely negligible and her efforts tanked big time.” Ouch!

    The decision to drop the blonde – who will be banged up on Tuesday after breaking the terms of her probation following a drink-driving charge – comes after Warner Bros spent a small fortune promoting her.

    [“small fortune promoting her” False! Warner Bros didn’t spend a small fortune to promote the album. This was a massive promotion.]

    Her one and only video, for first single Stars Are Blind, cost $250,000 (£125,000) after it was re-shot twice to make it more raunchy. She was also flown around the world to promote her album – Paris – and put up in some of the world’s swankiest hotels.

    Despite warm reviews for Stars Are Blind, which reached No.5, her pop career went downhill from there. The follow-up single, Nothing In This World, scraped in at No.55, while the album itself charted at No.29 before disappearing. Despite a blitz of publicity, it has sold just over half a million copies worldwide.

    [Reread the last paragraph. The author is only writing about UK charts, not even mentioning the American charts]

    [Notice “sold just over half a million copies worldwide.” I think the author received this information from Wikipedia, where I personally posted the numbers. On Wikipedia, it says that about 600 000 copies of “Paris” were sold, but believe it or not, those are not official numbers, and they don’t include digital sales. Only Warner Bros knows exactly how many copies were sold. But still, I can’t say for sure if he got the real numbers from Warner Bros]

    Yet this dismal showing seemed totally lost on Paris herself, who once proclaimed: “I think the combination of my taste, style and voice, along with the vast range of musical influences on my album, creates a sound that will leave a mark on music.”

    And the hotel heiress went further, bizarrely declaring: “I still cry when I play my CD in the car or at home because it’s so good.”

    [This is the typical respond of a hater. He’s using those quotes and trying to make us believe as if they were a joke. Paris’ music was supposed to leave a mark on music. Many people agree that it was the best album of 2006. Sales don’t reflect the opinion of music fans, since most of them are haters (in the case of Paris only).]

    It also left Warner Bros execs in tears. Apart from getting little return on their outlay, they were increasingly put-out by her behaviour – Paris clearly preferred shopping and hanging out with pals to promotional duties.

    A label source tells us: “Paris was sweet but she became more and more unreliable, which was a shame as the first song showed real promise.

    “She started missing interviews and everyone lost patience. She claimed she’d been working on the album for years and was proud of it. But the sales just didn’t add up and in the end it was an easy decision to make.”

    [Aside “Warner Bros execs in tears,” the guy who wrote this article is quite a smart-ass if he’s trying to fool the average fan and hater. Yes, it is true that Paris Hilton preferred partying and shopping instead of working on music, but this may be because of her DUI arrest. Maybe, Warner Bros. told her that she should not go on tour or do more promotions. Did she miss interviews? Not that I know of! I haven’t heard anything about missing interviews and promotional tours. Paris worked very hard to promote the ablum before its official release, not after.]

    [Has Paris Hilton been working on the album for years? False. It took one year to produce “Paris.”]

    Poor Paris. Still, she’ll have time to reflect on where it all went wrong when she’s behind bars.

    [Ohh, poor little author who thought that everyone would agree with his hateful article]

    End of article.

    Well, you know, I can’t say if this guy really received this information from Warner Bros. And I can’t say if it’s true. But my prediction is that it is not. If it was, the American media would be the first one to get it, not the most lying UK media. I’ll let you know if any reliable source reports it. Paris Hilton’s official music website is working fine. And Warner Bros is still promoting her album on its websites.

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    Comment from Trevor
    Time: June 2, 2007, 2:22 pm

    I have a rule: if an article can’t state EXACTLY who the ‘source’ is, it is most likely unreliable. And lmfao at you calling the UK the “land of unreliable sources”, because it is so true.
    Thanks for posting this!

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