Video: Paris Hilton answers questions during an event in Paraguay

    Posted: November 29th, 2015
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    Video: Paris Hilton describes her latest fragrance “Heiress” in an interview

    Posted: November 26th, 2015
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    Video: Chilean TV covers Paris Hilton’s visit to Chile

    Posted: November 23rd, 2015
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    Paris Hilton rejecting reality TV offers

    Reported by Daily Sun

    Paris Hilton isn’t interested in being on TV any more.The former ‘Simple Life’ star is more focused on her business ventures and DJing around the world than living her life on camera and would never do another reality show.

    She said: ”I get offered reality shows all the time but I turn them down. I am really enjoying being a businesswoman and not living that kind of life on camera.”Now I’m just really focused on my business empire and my DJing. I’m happy not doing reality TV anymore.”One of the reasons why Paris wouldn’t return to reality TV is her 39-year-old entrepreneur boyfriend Thomas Gross, who is very private.

    She said: ”He’s very private so he’d never want cameras following us around.”The 34-year-old heiress also claimed she leads a very ordinary life when she isn’t working, though she is too busy to watch TV.

    Posted: November 23rd, 2015
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    Video: Paris Hilton at Make A Wish Foundation’s Charity Gala event in Chile

    Posted: November 21st, 2015
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    Did Paris Hilton inadvertently coin a political term?

    Reported by Time

    Paris Hilton may have coined the latest addition to the Washington, D.C. lexicon.

    In October of 2008, the then-celebrity socialite starred in a “Funny or Die” online video with Martin Sheen. The (admittedly rather weak) joke was that Hilton—who had been singled out by Republican presidential candidate John McCain in an ad—was going to run for president herself.

    “Nowadays, soundbites not sound policy determine our country’s course. I plan to bring a fake balanced approach to these real problems. For example, FoPo,” she told the former star of The West Wing. Sheen, puzzled, asked what she meant. “Foreign policy, silly,” she responded.

    The abbreviation had already been in rare use on Twitter by then, mostly among the kind of people who tweet about foreign policy in the first place, but Hilton’s use of it seems to have been a key moment popularizing it.

    And it was dutifully added to the Urban Dictionary, an online repository of dubious terms, in November. But the following year, it started to take off, mostly among millennials talking about college courses in foreign policy and Washington insiders who keep tabs on the issue talking amongst themselves.

    By 2011, mainstream journalists were using it as well, which makes sense because it’s a handy shorthand in such an abbreviated medium and a way of making a subject many people find dry sound a little cooler.

    With foreign policy back in the news, the word “fopo” appears poised to enter the mainstream, alongside other millennial abbreviations and Twitterisms like FOMO, IMHO and emoji.

    The only question is: When will people start referring to domestic policy as “dopo”?

    Posted: November 18th, 2015
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    Paris Hilton and boyfriend, Thomas Gross, on the cover page of Austrian magazine “Seiten Blicke”

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    Posted: November 15th, 2015
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