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    Video: Paris Hilton attends the premiere of YouTube’s Originals’ “Justin Bieber: Seasons” at Regency Bruin Theatre in Los Angeles


    Video: Paris Hilton promotes “This is Paris” documentary at the Winter 2020 Television Critics Association Press Tour


    New “This is Paris” documentary coming out in May on YouTube

    Reported by CTV News

    Paris Hilton often described as famous for being famous reveals a private side of herself in “This is Paris,” a YouTube Originals documentary premiering in May.

    “It’s very emotional this movie, it’s very raw, it’s very authentic,” an unusually sombre and admittedly nervous Hilton told a TV critics meeting on Saturday. “It’s basically my entire life.”

    In the documentary, she speaks publicly for the first time about incidents from her past and pivotal moments in her life.

    Emmy-winning director Alexandra Dean (“Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story”) initially turned down the project, having gotten her fill of seeing Hilton on countless magazine covers while living in Europe. Dean changed her mind after hearing a particular story described as “heartbreaking trauma” involving Hilton that is revealed in the film.

    Hilton herself was reluctant to take a meeting about the project “because I wasn’t ready to show myself.”

    Eventually, she agreed and the film crew followed her around the world for a year.

    “I talk about things that are very hard to talk about,” Hilton said. “It was an amazing experience, but also very scary. Watching the film for the first time, I was like, `Can we cut that out?’ I was freaking out but they have total control over the whole film.”

    The documentary addresses the time a teen-aged Hilton spent at a residential treatment centre for emotionally and behaviourally troubled youth in Utah.

    Hilton’s only sister, Nicky Rothschild, rarely gives interviews but agreed to participate. Their mother, Kathy Hilton, also appears.

    “There’s so many `yes’ people around and Nicky always tells me the truth,” Hilton said. “She’s my best friend and my other half.”

    At times, Hilton comes off as lonely in private even as her public image portrays her as the life of every party and club she works as a DJ. She also describes herself as shy “which most people won’t believe either,” she said.

    “Growing up in Hollywood, it’s very hard to trust people because you don’t know what their intentions are,” she said. “I’ve definitely been betrayed many times in my life. Going through so much, it’s made me the strong person I am today. I don’t know that I’ll fully trust, but I’m really lucky in my life that I now have people in my circle that I really do.”

    Hilton still feels the effects of the dumb blonde persona she employed in “The Simple Life,” the reality show that shot her and Nicole Richie to fame starting in 2003.

    “I was in on the joke. People thought that’s who I really was,” Hilton said. “I’ve been judged on a character that I created at the beginning of my career and now I feel like it’s really time that people see who the real Paris is.”


    Paris Hilton dating entrepreneur Carter Reum?

    Reported by FOX News

    Paris Hilton has a new man.

    While the former reality star walked solo on the carpet at the InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globes bash, we hear she was PDA-ing with new man Carter Reum inside.

    We’re told they met through mutual friends and have been dating for a few weeks. “They are dating and happy,” said a source.

    Just last month, Hilton was worrying her ex-fiancé Chris Zylka would show up at a club in Miami where she was DJing, asking the doorman to not allow him in. He never turned up.

    Reum co-founded M13, which has invested in companies such as Lyft, Pinterest and SpaceX. He also founded Veev spirits.


    Throwback video: Paris Hilton and Nick Lachey at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards


    Happy New Year 2020!


    Video: Paris Hilton reflects on Juicy Couture tracksuit

    Paris Hilton clearly thought Juicy Couture tracksuits were hot. She takes a look back at her most iconic fashion statement, the Juicy Couture tracksuit. The “Juicy Suit” was all the rage in the mid-2000s, in large part to Paris Hilton’s influence.