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    Posted: June 27th, 2007
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    My Analysis Of Paris Hilton’s Interview

    This was a very interesting interview. It is in my opinion the best Paris Hilton interview. However, as many pointed out, Larry and Paris talked too much about the sentence, instead of who she is and what she has accomplished. I predicted that this would happen because I know Larry doesn’t know a lot about her. But thank goodness that Paris mentioned to the public that she is a singer, actress, model and businesswoman. And really, in the end, that’s all that matters, at least for me. Clearly, some haters simply refuse to accept that. I watched the Anderson Cooper special right after the interview, he and some other “expert” obviously refused to accept Paris as a talented person. Quite frankly, I don’t understand why CNN choose Cooper to do this special. He doesn’t know much about Paris, besides that she is a partygirl and used the N word. That’s what he said more than once “She used the N word.” In fact, she used it back during her “crazy” teenage era, which was more than 5 years ago.  And has promised not to use it anymore. Also, she didn’t actually use the word to insult someone at least from the video we saw, but that’s another story. Now, don’t get me wrong, I don’t think using the N word is right, but is that really all you can think of? Why don’t you mention the positive aspects, which outweighs the negative ones? His special was all about money, partying, drugs and all that crap. The CNN crew tried so hard to portray her as a bad person after the interview. It just didn’t make sense. CNN is a hateful network, but still, they did a good job on the interview. At least, Cooper’s guests were much much more informative and smart (not that Cooper isn’t, but only when it cames to Paris. Maybe he’s just a hater).

    Anyway, who cares about Cooper? Back to the interview! I think the message of the interview is “the public has a big misinterpretation of Paris Hilton.” And it is true! Very true! That’s what we’ve been talking about the whole time. There’s this big misunderstanding between Paris and the public/media.

    I’m sure that many fans were very disappointed about the fact that almost the whole time they were talking about the sentence and everything, instead of about her career. I know some of you wanted to know more about her music. She did mention that she’s filming movies this summer. And, about music, she just said “doing album.” That’s still something. It means that she still considers music in her career. She’s aware of it, which is very news.

    Again, what I want to see happening from this interview is a specific change. Forget about the partying and jail.  Learn about the real (and changed) Paris. Encourage her to change! Know what she wants to change. People need to accept the fact that she wants to be a successful entertainer and understand that she is already a successful person. This website’s message is clear: “Paris is a singer, actress, model, partygirl (in a different sense) and a businesswoman. Personally, I want people to understand this. What about you? What do you like about Paris?

    About the drugs. I don’t remember if she said she has never taken any drug (I will check), but even if she said that and it’s a lie, (in fact, I believe it is) it really doesn’t matter. Actually, admitting that she took drug would be a mistake, simply because she can’t as a role model come in front of the public and say that. It’s in her past, and it’s bad for her image. People will make a big deal out of when in fact, it really isn’t. She is simply not addicted to it.

    Other than that, I think this was a very good interview. I wish they could’ve taken more questions from fans. Unfortunately! They picked a fan who, in my opinion, asked a very good question, but it just wasn’t related to her career. They should’ve picked another person, too.

    Now did the American people finally realize the real Paris as we do? We will only learn more about this in a few months, after she fulfills her promises. Let’s give her some time also! But did the haters change their mind about her?

    I’ll tell you a secret. Maybe it’s not a secret, but anyway. Certainly, the soft and intelligent haters in the public and in the media understood better the real Paris. To them, she just needs to proof to them certain things. They need to see more of the real Paris to finally understand and accept her. However, the real hardcore haters will probably need a lot more time to understand her. And they still aren’t serious people. They just don’t want the best for her. One hater in fact wrote in his blog that the interview was “boring.” What did you expect? Some sort of drama. They want her to say crazy things and make a fool out of herself. The hate will continue, but everyone will subconsciously remember this interview for months and expect to see some real action.

    I might have more analysis about this interview tomorrow. For now that’s all that came to my mind as a fan.

    Posted: June 27th, 2007
    Comments: 7

    Full Interview To Air At 9PM, Eastern

    Be sure to watch this exclusive interview with Larry King. It is perhaps the most important interview she has ever done. I have a feeling that Larry asked her mostly questions about her sentence, and not about who she is and what she has accomplished so far, but it remains to be seen.

    Many hardcore fans will look for different answers related to her career, while on the other hand, the clueless haters who make-up the majority of the population will look foward to her comments about the jail and the sentence overall.

    It’s a one hour interview with Paris Hilton! Post your comments here after the show if you would like!

    Posted: June 27th, 2007
    Comments: 10

    How Paris Hilton Punked the Paps

    In her interview with Larry King, Paris described how she pulled a fast one on the media at the MTV Movie Awards by making everyone think she wasn’t going to jail that night. Paris says she fooled everyone because they didn’t get the shot of her going in. Well, Paris, not exactly! For the record, TMZ got the shot!

    The full interview airs tonight at 9:00 PM ET on CNN.

    TMZ

    Posted: June 27th, 2007
    Comments: 1

    Paris Hilton On The Verge Of Tears

    In another clip of Larry King’s interview with Paris, Hilton was on the verge of tears. She said that when she went in for sentencing, she thought she was going to get community service and was shocked to be going to jail.

    TMZ

    Posted: June 27th, 2007
    Comments: none

    First Look At Paris Hilton On Larry King

    TMZ has obtained a first look at Larry King’s exclusive interview with Paris Hilton. Paris said, among other things, that the day she got out of the pokey was the happiest day of her life.

    TMZ

    Posted: June 27th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Arrives In Studio For Interview

    TMZ cameras caught a post-pokey Paris arriving at CNN studios on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood, ready to tape her first TV appearance on tonight’s “Larry King Live.”

    Paris was sporting a fetching angelic white frock, much better than the county-issued duds she’s been rocking for the last 23 days. Paris and posse (including aunt Kyle Richards) arrived in three separate limos. Paris, King and crew psyched out the news crews waiting for her outside the studio by pre-taping her “Live” interview.

    TMZ

    Posted: June 27th, 2007
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