Paris Hilton Parties With The L Word

    Apparently, Paris Hilton is obsessed with the TV Show “The L Word”. She’s going to be a guest star in this show for the next season.

    View the Interview

    Posted: January 31st, 2008
    Comments: 5

    Paris Hilton Is Already Working On A New Fragrance

    In a recent interview, Paris Hilton revealed that she’s currently working and designing a new perfume, which should be released by Fall 2008. She also talked about “the Hottie and the Nottie” and about Nicole Richie’s new baby.

    Posted: January 31st, 2008
    Comments: 3

    Paris Hilton And Joel David Moore, The “Hottie” Couple

    Posted: January 31st, 2008
    Comments: 1

    Nottie June Denied Entrance

    Nottie June was denied entrance to a club while hanging out with Paris Hilton. Damn, that’s so rude! But it’s so obviously staged lol. Paris goes in. Waits a while in the club, and then comes back to find her friend outside? lol Still, it’s nicely played out. June seems like a really nice and friendly person!

    Posted: January 31st, 2008
    Comments: 2

    An Additional “The Hottie And The Nottie” Clip!

    Posted: January 30th, 2008
    Comments: 1

    E! Online Attacks Paris Hilton

    I’m not sure who wrote the hateful article, possibly Tod Casablanca, but it’s on Eonline.com. It is a typical type of hateful articles that always tends to show up everytime Paris releases a major project.

    Since this is hater from Eonline, let’s have a look at his article.

    Casablanca is shocked to have learned that threaters will play a movie that casts Paris Hilton in leading role. He thinks it’s ridiculous to cast Paris Hilton in a movie (regardless if she’s a good actress or not, of course) and expect to make money.

    Then, he talks about Paris’ previous movies. He takes the example of House of Wax, which he obviously thinks it was a flop. Was it really a flop? Read on… He mentions the fact that it cost $30 million to produce it, but it earned $32 million on box office.

    So was it really a failure that “drew to get at least a few people in the seats, most who applauded when she died?” What Casablanca doesn’t mention is that worldwide, the movie made $38 000 000, and this is without counting the DVD sales. Surely, it still was a profitable movie for Warner Bros, no?

    Later, he says “then there’s her straight-to-DVDisasters Bottom’s Up and Pledge This!” But Casablanca wonders why any studio would hire “actors and singers—and those who pretend to be both—keep getting cast in lead roles or release studio albums when their past efforts are giant failed flops.” But already, we know and recognize that those movies were never meant to be taken seriously, and they weren’t serious works. We also understand that Paris Hilton is a very hated celebrity who is treated unfairly.

    And that there are ignorant people like Casablanca don’t judge the acting or the songs, but rather (falsely) the person who plays the roles or sing the songs.

    Like I said before, I strongly believe, and you might think it’s just an opinion, that the semi-failure of Paris’ debut album was not the result of bad music. It failed because people didn’t want to accept Paris or praise her since she is very hated. For what? Being rich and pretty. Or thinking that she’s still spoiled, the bad image that has formed in the public’s mind as a result of the airing of the popular fake reality TV show Simple Life and other reasons.

    Finally, Casablanca gives Paris one big important advice: “she should stick to the merchandising and the porn (is there a difference, really?).” Then, he adds: “That’s where all the real money is, not like she needs any more of it.” Aside the trash talk, he says Paris doesn’t need more money. I don’t hear anyone complaining about Bill Gates not needing his billions or anyone super-rich.

    Anyway, I think any normal person can understand that those quotes are made-up in a simple-minded way, even though there is some truth to them to some extent, because for example, it wouldn’t be right to say that House of Wax was a huge success.

    Posted: January 30th, 2008
    Comments: 6

    What Can We Expect From Paris Hilton In 2008

    In an interview with 944 magazine, Paris Hilton reveals some of her plans for 2008. There’s no doubt that she wants to work more and make a bigger name for herself.

    She says she wants to take things “to the next level.” She again mentions that people (haters) don’t really know her: “It makes me angry because people don’t know the real me, and I’m a very hard worker.”

    About Repo!, she says: “It will be interesting for people to see me look so different.”

    She also discusses her marketing strategies: “I travel around the world constantly promoting my projects and endorsing products. Yes, I do get paid to go to parties; in fact, I’m the person who started the whole trend of paid appearances. But when you see me at a party, I’m always working or promoting something, even if it’s as simple as wearing my clothing line for the pictures.”

    Her new projects will include “a new reality show.” It’s not clear if she’ll be producing it, though, but she says she’s interested in producing TV shows and wants to be “on the other side [of the camera] for a change.”

    Regarding her charity plans, she says that everything she does, benefits charity in some way. Usually, 10% or 20% of the profit generated from her products goes to charity. That’s what she’s probably referring to.

    But once again, she reveals that she’s working on (what appears to be) a major charity project, called “The Paris Hilton Foundation”: “I’m looking at starting my own charity, The Paris Hilton Foundation, which will help take the charity work I want to do to the next level.”

    The Celebrity Truth

    Posted: January 30th, 2008
    Comments: 9

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