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    Paris Hilton To Promote “The Hottie And The Nottie” On David Letterman Late Show

    Even though TMZ and other entertainment sites don’t mention it, Paris Hilton will visit David Letterman’s show to promote her new movie “the Hottie and the Nottie”, which hits theaters February 8.

    It’s important to note this, so that we can understand the true purpose of her visit. If Letterman decides to joke around and ask questions about negative past experiences, then the right thing for her to do is to stop doing interviews with him. It’d be rude from Letterman’s part if he ignores what she said last time.

    The interview airs on February 1 on CBS.

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    Comment from david
    Time: January 22, 2008, 5:53 pm

    Can she stop doing interviews with him? What’s her alternative if she wants to promote her movie? I’ve wondered why she doesn’t just go on Leno, who has higher ratings and is based in her hometown. Also, Letterman only gives her Friday slots, which is the least watched night of the week. Since she’s being gracious enough to go back on, you’d think that he’d throw her a bone and give her Thursday or something. At least she’s going all out to promote her movie.

    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: January 22, 2008, 6:13 pm

    I don’t understand why she’s going back on that jerk’s show. He treated her so horribly last time. It just goes to show what a mature, elegant and classy woman Paris truly is, that she can look above it all and still go on his show.

    Comment from juju
    Time: January 22, 2008, 11:55 pm

    she probably doesn’t do leno because he’s so right-wing and is always very rude to her and her family.

    letterman was a jerk last time, but i honestly thinkhe didn’t mean any harm and just carried a joke too far. he’s always been nice to her other than that one time. he also takes her seriously in her endeavors for whatever she is promoting when she appears.

    leno on the other hand never takes her seriously, is very disrespectful and only tries to hurt her.

    Comment from Dawn
    Time: January 24, 2008, 9:39 am

    When you look at the last interview objectively, Letterman did not do anything so bad.
    As Sarah Siloverman said, he was a loveable pest and Paris handled it well.

    It’s the haters who chose to interpret the interview negatively,and clearly, Letterman hit a sore spot when he kept asking Paris about the unfair jail sentence.
    But really, Letterman was just being his silly self.
    However, if an interviewer ever gets too close for comfort again, Paris has the choice to walk out and leave him sit there.

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