Paris Hilton Interviews For “Hottie” Everywhere!

    The internet was buzzing with Paris Hilton interviews everywhere today. Some haters, some semi-haters, thrown in with friendly reporters, interviewed Paris Hilton about “the Hottie and the Nottie” over the weekend. But the message got out, and the movie continues to be promoted.

    First stop is MoviesOnline, a very friendly reporter, Sheila Roberts, interviewed Paris Hilton and Christine Lakin about the movie. This is a very long interview; worth the read!

    Long time hardcore hater Miki Turner for MSNBC was invited for Paris Hilton’s press conference last week. There are a couple of interesting quotes by Paris Hilton.

    Parade did a nice interview with Paris Hilton, but it was mostly about her life and other unrelated stuffs. The reporter’s views on Paris have changed after interviewing her. It’s a good one!

    Villanovan‘s Ben Raymond got a chance to meet the actress. Before meeting and interviewing her, Raymond was a hater, but now that he has discovered the real Paris, he has nothing, but nice things to say about her. However, regarding the movie, he trashes it. Guess it wasn’t his favourite type of movie! Neither is it my type, actually, but we’ll see!

    Posted: February 4th, 2008
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    50 Cent: I Did Not Kick Paris Hilton Offstage

    Mystery Solved!

    50 Cent did not insult or dis Paris Hilton with the famous quote, “get the f— off the stage”, as the lying Page Six website reported last weekend.

    During a recent interview with MTV, 50 Cent says that regarding to Paris, he only gave her a birthday shout-out onstage.

    His friend Whoo Kid adds: “It’s no way we would kick Paris Hilton off the stage on her birthday. We ain’t that heartless. I know 50 hates Ja Rule and Fat Joe, but he ain’t that heartless to throw Paris Hilton … off the stage. … Somebody called me and asked me if Paris got kicked off. I was like, ‘Huh?’ She was dancing the whole time. She was having a good time. We hung with her afterwards. … We kick her off her own stage and she’s hanging with us? I guess people wanna hear, ’50 threw Paris Hilton off the stage.'”

    Apparently, there’s a footage of 50 Cent kicking somebody offstage. It was actually taken during the Sundance Film Festival, and he/she was not Paris Hilton, but a security guard.

    The article doesn’t explain why Paris was pictured crying, but we know for sure that nothing happened between Paris and 50 Cent.

    So now that the lie has been exposed with evidence. What is public going to do about it? Absolutely nothing. Page Six will get away with it and the story will quieting die, as usual.

    MTV

    Posted: February 4th, 2008
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    Promotional Machine For “The Hottie And The Nottie” At Its Peak

    Paris Hilton has been working and promoting non-stop “the Hottie and the Nottie”. Remember, the movie comes out this Friday.

    I feel a bit more comfortable this week, knowing that Paris’ public appareances and press conferences have greatly helped promote the movie. Now I know more people have heard about it.

    She’s doing a lot of interviews. We don’t learn anything new from them because they’re all for the movie. It would also be nice to see the whole cast with Paris during her interviews and public appearances, not just Paris.

    The movie should gain more attention by the end of this week. Unfortunately, I still have a feeling that only a handful theaters will play it in Canada’s second biggest city.

    The film will be released in the US and Canada this Friday. Be sure to see it! More updates later.

    Posted: February 4th, 2008
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    Breaking News: Paris Hilton Is Getting Married!

    Nah, just kidding! This is Paris Hilton in her wedding dress (I think) from her new movie “the Hottie and the Nottie”!

    Posted: February 3rd, 2008
    Comments: 8

    Paris Hilton: Repo! Songs Much More Different From “Paris” Songs

    During an interview with reporter, Justine Elias, Paris Hilton had this to say about her Repo! songs:

    “It’s great to be given a chance. A lot of people see me as ‘that blond,’ kind of a Barbie,” she says. “You won’t even recognize me in ‘Repo,’ even from scene to scene. I worked for a month before we recorded our songs with a vocal coach, because it’s a different kind of singing than I did on my album. It is so much fun to play someone completely different.”

    Nydailynews

    Posted: February 3rd, 2008
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    Paris Hilton: “To Push My Business”

    In another interview with reporter, Tom Maurstad, Paris Hilton mentions again that movies and music are mainly “to push [her] business.”

    I think over the past few years, the music priority has been lowered. She’s now more into business, and everything she enjoys doing is to promote her business. This is now clear.

    “I love entertaining people. You know, everything I do pushes my brand. When I do movies, when I do music, it’s all to push my business.”

    “So, basically I’m, I don’t know, it’s hard to explain. I’m a businesswoman. Everything I do is that.”

    Tom Maurstad, the interviewer, who is obviously a hater, asked her this question: “Are you famous enough yet?”

    Here’s the answer that Paris gave:

    “I don’t think about it at all. I don’t know. I don’t really see myself as that. When people say that to me, I just really don’t even think about it. It’s a weird thing.”

    Then, Maurstad writes:

    “Yes, it is. There’s only one thing I can think to say in response to such utter, ineffable blankness.

    ‘That’s hot.'”

    Paris’ goal is world domination. She’s going to pursue fame as much as she can. You should read Maurstad’s article. It’s obvious that he doesn’t care about her work. It’s just really crappy how his article ends. He seems to have a problem with Paris’ fame. There’s no real understanding of who she is and what she does.

    Wfaa

    Posted: February 3rd, 2008
    Comments: 1

    Paris Hilton Accused Of Stealing Designs For Her Footwear

    This morning, a few unreliable websites were reporting that Paris Hilton stole designs for her shoe line from SoHo label Te Casan.

    SoHo label Te Casan produce shoes that are very expensive and they are produced in limited quantities.

    The article reports that “one fashionable lady” realized that the pair of shoes she bought from SoHo label Te Casan at an expensive price, was avaliable for a lower price under Paris Hilton’s Shoe line.

    The New York Post quotes the lady:

    “I own a pair (of Te Casans) and happily paid handsomely for them because they were unique, or so I thought! I was a little shocked to see one of my beloved pairs of shoes being credited to Paris’ new line.”

    Take this report with a grain of salt. None of these sources are reliable.

    Posted: February 3rd, 2008
    Comments: 3

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