New Animated Series To Be Called “Super Chick”

    Remember that animated TV show Paris used to talk about (not the reality show)? It’s going to air on MTV one day.

    Paris plays a super hero, and the show is produced by Stan Lee. This is old news, but according 944 magazine, Paris said that the show will be titled “Super Chick”!

    Posted: February 28th, 2008
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    Paris Hilton Talks About Her New Reality Show

    Oh, I don’t know about this new reality show and its concept. I just wish it were more about Paris Hilton. A reality show like “This is Paris” would be 10 times more interesting lol. Don’t you agree?!

    Paris spoke about it with In Touch Weekly. This is what she said: “I’m really excited about this concept — I’m going to meet a lot of great girlfriends. I never got to go to college and this will be my chance to be in a sorority and have that experience. Of course, my real best friend will always be Nicole. She’s like my sister — but now she’s busy with her daughter, Harlow. It’ll be great to meet a girl who’s not too Hollywood, who I can get along with and hang out with when the show is done. It’s really exciting!”

    Posted: February 27th, 2008
    Comments: 5

    The Story Of A Huge Paris Fan Meeting Paris Hilton!

    “I did not personally meet Paris Hilton but my granddaughter did.  This past Saturday, February 23, 2008, Paris was at the Macy store in St. Louis, Mo.  My granddaughter is one of her biggest fans. My son purchased her perfume collection to give her as a birthday gift which gave her the opportunity to meet Paris and get her autograph.  Hannah, my granddaughter, made a Build-A-Bear to give to her.  The minute they announced she was coming in, Hannah started crying in excitement.  As Paris walked by her she could see how excited she was and walked over to her and gave her a big hug.  My granddaughter was hysterical and couldn’t control her self.  As Paris was walking away Hannah gave her the Bear she made for her and Paris took it, and gave her another hug.  This simple gesture gave a young girl the thrill of a lifetime.  When it was her turn to meet Paris she thought she was going to faint.  Paris took the time to talk to her and didn’t rush her away.  The Paris Hilton that I saw that day was a very caring person and the experience will stay with my granddaughter for her lifetime.  I can’t thank Paris enough for making a 13 year old girl the happiest girl in the world. The next day on the front page of our daily paper there was a picture of Paris holding the bear Hannah gave her, she was so excited she had to call everyone  she knows.  I now am a Paris fan myself.”

    That’s a letter I received from Marc, the granddaughter of Hannah. It’s such a great story!

    A new Paris Hilton poem coming up soon!

    Posted: February 26th, 2008
    Comments: 11

    Paris Hilton Meeting Her Fans In St-Louis

    This is a video of Paris Hilton’s appearance at Macy’s for Can Can last Saturday.


    Posted: February 26th, 2008
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    Paris Hilton’s New Reality Show Revealed

    Breaking News!

    US Weekly exclusively revealed that Paris Hilton’s new reality show “is going to be about her searching for a new best friend,” according to a source close to Paris.

    The source says: “Paris is tired of the haters and she’s looking for someone new. She’s looking for someone new and cool who she can trust.”

    The untitled project will either be picked up MTV or VH1. It is said that the new reality show is “going to be full of good chick drama and you will see a side of Paris not seen on Simple Life.”

    Aha, once again, the goal here is to show the other side of Paris. I’m not sure if the theme is exciting enough to catch the public’s attention, but it could be, if it is well done! We’ll discuss more about it as more info is released, but now… can’t procrastinate because of those exams!

    Posted: February 25th, 2008
    Comments: 10

    Paris Hilton Interview At South County Center

    This is one of the interviews that Paris Hilton did with the media at Macy’s, in St-Louis, last Saturday. If you can’t view the video, click here.

    We learn nothing new in this latest interview, unless if you’re not a hardcore fan, but I want to correct a few “mistakes”. First, I just want to mention that the interviewer, Heidi Glaus was asked to stick to questions about her perfume, but she wrote on her website: “Obviously, I didn’t follow the rules.” Instead, she decided to stick with basic questions which almost all of them have already been asked before.

    So when Glaus asks Paris what she’s most proud of, she replies “my fragance” with a smile, but as you know, it is not incorrect. I have no doubt that so far, what she’s most proud of is her debut album “Paris”. It was her biggest project, and it was the best one. Don’t care if she’s trying to ignore it or what anyone says, it really was. 2006 was the golden year in the world of Paris Hilton. And I miss those days.

    Second, when Glaus asks what her biggest disappointment is, she replies: “Nothing really. Everything has been good this year.” Well, obviously, that it not true. The Hottie and the Nottie didn’t do quite well but I know Paris doesn’t look at it that way. She ignores everything that is negative and disappointing. Thus, she can’t always see reality, or maybe, she hides it from the public. All of this is understandable. She also needs to maintain that strong and successful image partly because 90% of the public have a false and irrational view on her.

    However, I think the best answer that she gave is probably her definition of beauty. I also think it would be best if Paris stays a bit away from interviews and the public for while until Repo! hits theaters.

    Posted: February 25th, 2008
    Comments: 1

    Ban On “Interesting” Questions Maintained

    Some reporters were again complaining that they couldn’t ask certain questions to Paris Hilton when they were interviewing her at Macy’s, yesterday.

    These questions, which some reporters call “fun”or “personal” questions now include Barron’s DUI arrest, the story about being banned from the Oscars, the Hottie and the Nottie, surprisingly, and of course, her unjust jail sentence.

    So because the Hottie and the Nottie flopped at the box office, reporters now can’t ask her any questions about the movie. A few weeks ago, reporters were, sort of, forced to ask her questions about it. And now, it seems that the opposite is true. For reporters, now, asking a question about the movie can be something interesting. Isn’t that sort of, strange? Not really.

    A lot of reporters are semi-haters who want to write interesting articles for the public to read. Negative questions and articles, which are considered interesting, attract the public, but degrade Paris, even though they temporarily make her more famous with no substance. At, we discussed the reasons why we think the movie flopped.

    After reading Debra Bass’ comments, I think I can now see something very problematic in the world of Paris, but I’ll just wait and see how things will work out.

    Posted: February 24th, 2008
    Comments: 6

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