Video: Official trailer of “This Is Paris” documentary

    This September 14th, meet the real Paris Hilton for the very first time. She’ll embark on a journey of healing and reflection, reclaiming her true identity along the way.

    Posted: August 17th, 2020
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    Paris Hilton set to release “This Is Paris” Documentary

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    Paris Hilton, formerly of The Simple Life, announced that she will be releasing a YouTube documentary this fall, called This Is Paris, which is all about her life. The documentary will cover the trials and tribulations of the hotel heiress, including a very traumatic experience she had at a young age.

    he reality TV star is well known for her influence on pop culture. Paris has always been fashion-forward and is seen as a fun-loving and bubbly. Moreover, many people consider Paris to be the original ‘influencer’, who started many social media and pop culture trends that are prevalent today. Throughout her career, she’s inspired many other celebrities, such as Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears.

    At the end of July, Paris released a trailer for This is Paris. The trailer gives viewers a sneak peak of what will be covered in the documentary. As In Touch reported, the This is Paris trailer includes clips of Paris discussing how difficult it was to talk about old trauma. “I’m nervous, I’m shaking,” the Hilton heiress said. “It’s hard to even eat because my stomach is just like turning. I don’t know … it’s something that’s very personal and not something I like talking about. No one really knows who I am. Something happened in my childhood. I still have nightmares about it.”

    Paris Hilton said that fans may anticipate discovering more details about her personal life in the documentary. This is Paris will cover toxic relationships and public scrutiny that Paris endured in addition to how these events impacted her life. Reality star Kyle Richards from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Nicky Hilton and Kathy Hilton are included in the documentary. Also, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, Kim Kardashian, will make an appearance, too.

    Ever since Paris Hilton announced the release date of her documentary, anticipation has begun. Fans have been supportive of Paris and so have fellow celebrities. Holly Madison from The Girls Next Door wrote, “Dying to see this! Congrats!”.

    Paris Hilton has been releasing pictures on Instagram from earlier parts of her life as promotion for her documentary.

    Many media personalities put on a show when they appear publicly. The facade that a celeb displays is not always the same as who that person is on the inside. Paris Hilton’s documentary, This is Paris, will show the side of the Hilton heiress that we have never seen before. Audiences will gain an understanding of why she became the person she is today and how her life experiences shaped her. As she mentioned in the trailer, it wasn’t easy to talk about her trauma and bad experiences, especially since this is the first time she is addressing it publicly. Even though Paris has gone through her own struggle to create this documentary, the former star of The Simple Life’s story will be inspiring.

    This is Paris is set to release on September 14th through Paris Hilton’s YouTube channel.

    Posted: August 16th, 2020
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    Video: Guest host, Nikki Glaser, interviews Paris Hilton on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show

    Paris Hilton talks about her new revealing documentary “This is Paris,” what she has been doing during quarantine, her boyfriend Carter Reum, her status as a sex symbol, and her trust issues with past boyfriends.

    Posted: July 26th, 2020
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    Video: Paris Hilton confirms she’s not running for president

    Paris Hilton says she is not running for president and talks about Prizeo fundraiser campaign for Sasha Project L.A.

    Posted: July 12th, 2020
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    Paris Hilton interviewed by FLARE for “The Simple Life” promotion

    So far, 2020 has made a mockery of our best laid plans, but one activity that will thankfully never be cancelled is binge-watching TV from the privacy of our own homes. Personally, I’ve been reaching back into the archives to knock the classics I’ve never seen off my shameful secret list (ahem The Sopranos), or watching nostalgic favourites that will slap till the end of time.

    One such masterpiece is The Simple Life, the reality show—which propelled Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie into superstardom—that saw the BFFs holed up in small-town America, working a series of average-Joe jobs for five seasons. During its run from 2003–2007, The Simple Life depicted Hilton and Richie doing a variety of extremely un-socialite-like tasks, from milking cows to working drive-thrus—all the while making us cry-laugh with iconic catchphrases like: “That’s hot” and “Loves it.”

    Over a decade after it went off the air, Hilton is still masterminding expressions, her latest being “Sliving”—a mix of “slaying” and “living your best life”—which, incidentally, is a worthy lens to see life under lockdown through. “Sliving is not just going out,” Hilton tells me over the phone from her boyfriend’s house in Malibu. “You can be sliving your best life by just being creative at home.”

    Here, the heiress talks all things quarantine, Juicy Couture and more.
    How have you been keeping yourself busy over the last few weeks?

    I’ve been at home, enjoying time with my boyfriend [Hilton is dating businessman Carter Reum] and my pets, doing a lot of cooking and baking and making art and listening to music. I’ve just been using all this time because I’m so used to travelling and being on planes. I’m never in L.A., I’m never at home so I’ve just been trying to look at the positive of this and being able to be at home and not travel, it’s been nice.

    Is the first time you’ve slowed down for a while?

    Yes, I have not stopped since I was a teenager.

    Read the rest of the interview here.

    Posted: June 21st, 2020
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    Video: Paris Hilton and Carter Reum arrive at LAX airport in Los Angeles

    Paris Hilton catches a flight at LAX with her entrepreneur beau Carter Reum. The couple hold hands and sport protective face masks amid the global health scare as they make their arrival. Paris spreads a positive message by wearing a t-shirt reading, “Kindness Is For Everyone.”

    Posted: June 21st, 2020
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    Paris Hilton set to launch new fragrance “Rose Rush”

    Posted: June 1st, 2020
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