“Come Up and Try My New Parts” will be on DVD: Paris Hilton

In a new interview, Paris Hilton revealed that the “Come Up and Try My New Parts” scene will be on the Repo! DVD, which is coming out on January 20, 2009.

“Darren had to cut so much because the movie was four hours long. There was this cool song, “Come Up and Try My New Parts.” In the song, I’m talking to the grave-robber, and I want some of his Zydrate, which is a futuristic drug. I was offering favors for it. It’ll be on the DVD,” Paris said.

Paris also mentioned that the Hottie and the Nottie did well on DVD. In fact, once again Paris does better outside of the states: 98.3% of the total grosses for the Hottie and the Nottie came from overseas. The movie made $1,568,536 worldwide, compared to $27,696 in the United States, according to Box Office Mojo. Interesting, huh? I don’t know if these numbers includes the DVD sales, but I don’t think they do.

You can read the full interview here. It’s a strange interview… Yet at the same time, we get the chance to learn new things. Check it out! Paris seemed uncomfortable doing this interview with Village Voice’s Michael Musto. It’s probably because the interviewer didn’t take her seriously. He refers to her as “symbol of socialitism.” I personally don’t like when people call or refer to Paris as a sociate or an heiress! Very annoying!

Posted: November 11th, 2008
Comments: 7


From: scot
Time: November 11, 2008, 9:41 pm

Offers to do an Aussie version! Expect to see me there 😀

But uhm.. what a shit interview. That guy is a total dickhead. Paris’ replies though were great. People like him are only out to bring Paris down and to just down right mock her. Some one needs to asassinate him.

From: admin
Time: November 12, 2008, 10:18 pm

He may be an unlikealbe Paris hater, but I think you’re going too far when you say he needs to be assassinated. You know that! 😉

From: scot
Time: November 13, 2008, 4:36 am

Ahaha I was kidding /cough
I just thought he was an absolute prick.
If your going to interview Paris why be so disrespectful? Fair enough you dont like her, and he probably didnt choose to interview her but if your going to why not make the most of it? not do an extremly awkward one. it was obviously awkward for both him and paris but it also made me feel awkward reading it. it just made it hard to read.

From: Mat M.
Time: November 13, 2008, 8:22 am

That’s great! I’ll only have the chance to see this film on DVD anyway.

From: thewaymouth
Time: November 15, 2008, 4:32 pm

Man, this is the wildest interview with Paris ever. Worth repeated readings. Musto is a wise-ass. He was trying to get Paris out of her comfort zone. So there were some uncomfortable moments. But he expected, wanted a lot more from her than interviewers do. He set the bar high and for the most part she did pretty well. She said more than she does to anyone else. He talked to her smart, treated her like she has a brain!

How hard can you knock someone who says “We need Paris Hilton more than ever.”

“Me: Now that you’ve had a ton of time to think about what your favorite part of the Bible is, what’s your real answer?
Paris: I don’t really have a favorite part.
Me: What? So it’s the same answer?
Paris: I like it all. It’s not like I have a favorite part.
Me: Me neither. I’ve never read it!
(More silence.)”


“Paris: I’m a businesswoman, I’m a brand, so everything I do is to escalate my brand and give it more exposure. If you want to be in this business, you have to be in the media.
“Me: I’ve got chills. Got any Zydrate?”

Loves it.

From: thewaymouth
Time: November 15, 2008, 4:43 pm

I quite like this comment on the interview left at villagevoice.com…

frankie frank on Wed Nov 12, 2008, 16:36:24, says:
Michael, Michael, Paris is sooo adorable and cute. Probably the cutest and most adorable in the —-wait a minute—that would be you. Your snarky wit makes my day!!!

From: thewaymouth
Time: November 15, 2008, 4:58 pm

My comment left just now at the village voice…

Man, this is the wildest interview with Paris ever. Worth repeated readings. Finally someone who doesn’t condescend but treats Paris like she has a brain. For she has a sweet and fun, sparkling one. …Just like you, and the prior commenter here, frankie frank. Loves it.