Allison Orthner’s Paris Hilton encounter follow-up: Coverage of Paris Hilton scrapbooking

You might want to check out this video coverage:

In other news, the director of Repo! announced that Repo! will be permanently played in a few theatres, like the Rocky Horror Picture Show!

Darren Bousman said: “But more exciting than the ROAD SHOW is keeping REPO as a monthly midnight show! Right now – we are looking for 12 cities to keep REPO open… And as of TODAY – the first city has been set HOLLYWOOD, CA. We are working on a deal to keep it open ONE SATURDAY every month.”

You can read the full transcript of Monday’s chat here.

Posted: February 9th, 2009
Comments: 9


From: admin
Time: February 9, 2009, 10:25 pm

Isn’t it funny when the interviewer says: “I don’t think she spent too much time in [prison]”? She was probably thinking that rich Paris Hilton somehow managed to reduce the jail sentence.

And how rude to bring up the subject of the jail sentence, but the viewers probably didn’t see nothing wrong with that!

You wouldn’t hear these subtle slams if they were interviewing, say, Angelina Jolie.

From: Django
Time: February 10, 2009, 1:29 am

That guy was an ass and there was no need for that kind of dig at Paris! I wish asses like that could get fired for their unprofessionalism.

The comment about Paris possibly not being a good role model from the interviewer was unwarranted too. I’m sure Scientology nut Tom Cruise who she went all google eyed over would be a far better role model *rolls eyes* Once again, Paris is nice and gracious when approcached, but the other people can’t quite manage to return the favour or match her in manners.

From: Johnny-bo
Time: February 10, 2009, 3:56 am

I don’t know someone with a colorful background is going to make a much more interesting scrapbook.Than someone who isboring. I’d rather have Paris do my anthology than say Brad Pitt. No offense Brad.

From: scot
Time: February 10, 2009, 4:29 am

That guy is a douche. Pretty sure he is a closet fag who actually hates Paris because of the fact she is able to be free and just be herself when he has to sit there like he has a broom stick up his ass (he probably shoved a couple up there before heading off to work to help suppress his sexual urges) and pass unfair judgement on others who are far more successful and talented then he could ever hope to be.

Paris is a sweetie and I am so sick of these ‘professional’ tv personalities taking digs at Paris when they have no right to.

From: Sabrinia
Time: February 10, 2009, 4:45 am

There was absolutely no damn need for ANY of those individuals to be blasting Paris the way that they did. It just shows jealousy, immaturity and complete lack of class on their part. What did she ever do them personally to warrant such remarks? I can pretty much guarantee not a single thing. And I hate two faced individuals. I bet that Allison chick (the short girl who interviewed Paris at the scrapbooking festival) was all nice when she was around Paris but now that she’s away from her she’s bashing her. How fake! People need to leave Paris alone.

From: Johnny-bo
Time: February 10, 2009, 4:52 pm

I agree with you on that! They were trying to see who could
make the cutest remark about Paris. It’s all based on there own insecurities.Paris is probalbly use to getting that type of response from certain people.

From: juju
Time: February 10, 2009, 9:42 pm

yeah those snotty, catty digs about role models and jail weren’t necesssary, nor were they very professional. looks like media all over the world today just give opinions. but why fact-check when you can just be an unprofessional creep – and still stay on the air!

and just what is this BS with demanding that every public person be a role model? the best role models are the people in your life every day!

personally, i think it’s just another way to get away with being judgmental while avoiding accountability for that all the while ignoring their own responsibility to be the real role model in their kids’ lives.


From: scot
Time: February 10, 2009, 10:15 pm

‘personally, i think it’s just another way to get away with being judgmental while avoiding accountability for that all the while ignoring their own responsibility to be the real role model in their kids’ lives.’

best thing you have ever said juju.

From: Charlie N
Time: March 1, 2009, 12:10 am

Well for whatever it is worth, for all the hate they, and for all the hate those at TMZ, Page Six, CelebEdge, Perez Hilton et al spew about Paris, I can say I have that much love for her, and more.

If an onlooker knew nothing about Paris or the haters, then what they spew would tell a lot more about them than about Paris. It’s also a reflection of their own projected inadequacies because Paris is the one leading a life style they can only dream about and they resent her for it. It is always much easier to be bitter and hateful towards someone who is or has what they want rather than to take a hard, sober look at themselves and take an accurate inventory to address what changes are needed for them to actually have the chance at such a life.