Happy second birthday to fan site Paris Hilton Site!

    Two years ago, this website, Paris Hilton Site, was launched! Happy birthday!

    In recent interviews, Paris Hilton said a few comments about her relationship with Benji and her upcoming music album.

    About Benji: “My relationship made me take a good look at myself. I have never been treated so well in my life or trusted anyone like this. Benji’s a very special person. There is no one like him. I love him. He just really made me grow up and look at things more maturely during the time we were together.”

    About new album: “There is no one like him. I love him. He just really made me grow up and look at things more maturely during the time we were together. I’ve been working on my singing and I have another album coming out soon with songs I wrote like Jailhouse Baby, which is about my time behind bars.”

    Finally, apparently, Repo!, the full movie, has been released on iTunes. You can download it by clicking here.

    Posted: January 10th, 2009
    Comments: 30

    Meet Paris Hilton in Anaheim, California, on January 25!

    Paris Hilton will be attending the CHA 2009 Winter Convention & Trade Show in Anaheim, California held from January 25 – 28, 2009 discussing her passion for crafting and various craft product lines.

    Paris Hilton will be available on Sunday, January 25, 2009 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm in the Wooky Entertainment booth #2500, to unveil Paris Hilton, the Creative Collection™ a multi-faceted line of fashion crafting kits from some of the most popular craft segments including scrapbooking, jewelry making and fabric embellishment. Paris will be on hand for photos and signing autographs.

    To learn more about the upcoming CHA 2009 Winter Convention & Trade Show, including exhibitor registration, travel discounts, and other important information, visit http://www.chashow.org/.

    Posted: January 9th, 2009
    Comments: 5

    See Paris Hilton at the Laemmle’s Royal theater on January 24th!

    Repo! The Genetic Opera will play at the Laemmle’s Royal theater, in Los Angeles. It will be the final screening of the final Repo! road tour. Special guest stars will attend the not-to-miss event: Paris Hilton, Paul Sorvino, Alexa Vega, Bill Moseley, Ogre, Darren Bousman, Terrance Zdunich.

    Note that those who buy Repo! road tour tickets will be given a coupon for $2 off the DVD and Blu-Ray release.

    These Repo! road tour tickets sell out pretty quickly, so buy them now!

    Posted: January 9th, 2009
    Comments: none

    Repo!: Sneak peak at “Sing-Along’ feature from Blu-ray

    The video below is a sneak peak at ‘Sing-Along’ feature from Blu-ray release on January 20th.

    Also, it is now confirmed that a second soundtrack will be released, along with the DVD and Blu-ray on the same day. Most likely two of Paris Hilton’s unreleased songs “Happiness is Not a Warm Scalpel” and “Come Up and Try My New Parts” will be included in the new soundtrack. The upcoming CD will have at least 15 songs. I posted a clip of the “Happiness is Not a Warm Scalpel” song/scene a few months ago. It is an awesome song, and I hope they will include it!

    Thanks to Jaime!

    Posted: January 8th, 2009
    Comments: 5

    Paris Hilton attends the People’s Choice Awards

    Posted: January 7th, 2009
    Comments: 5

    Here’s what would happen if one of the Repo! songs were to be nominated at the Oscars

    Repo writer and actor Terrance Zdunich chats about Repo! with interviewer Robert Mitchell.

    Watch the interview to learn what would happen if one of the Repo! songs were to be nominated at the Oscars. Some of you already knows this. Zydrate Anatomy? Imagine!

    Terrance talks about the movie in general, and also tells a little interesting anecdote!

    It’s an interesting video. You’d probably want to watch it if you’re a Repo! fan (and maybe a Paris fan, too!).

    Posted: January 7th, 2009
    Comments: 3

    Repo! soundtrack II coming out in January?

    According to a recent news article, an “extended-soundtrack” of Repo! will be released on January 20th, along with the DVD. 64 songs were recorded for the movie, but only 22 songs were released on the original soundtrack.

    The article reported: “A 22-song soundtrack was released in September and an extended version is due Jan. 20, when the DVD surfaces.”

    Posted: January 7th, 2009
    Comments: 1

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