David Letterman, STOP IT!

I saw a clip from the tonight’s interview. It was pretty funny as usual. David Letterman is a hilarious guy, so is Paris! But Letterman kept asking her questions about her jail experience.

At some point, David asks Paris: “And what is it that you did? Do you know what you did?” Paris doesn’t answer and both of them laugh! LOL! Omg, that was the funniest part. I bet Paris was saying to herself “I wasn’t even supposed to be there. How am I going to explain it?” LOL. Then, Letterman says that because she violated her probation. Paris is like yeah… lol

Letterman moves on to other questions about her jail time. Finally, Paris kind of gets angry and says “I came here to talk about my clothing line, movie, etc.” But Letterman ignores her and continues to ask her questions about her jail time which happened months ago!

This is what I want you to notice when you watch this interview. And probably 80% of the population are and think like Letterman. It’s always about the negative stuffs because that’s what the public wants to hear, but the fans aren’t like that (certainly the majority of those who come and visit this website) because we’re her career-fans :D. If you think about it, it’s really not nice to do this when you have someone trying to move on and concentrate on her work and career, but “it’s like that” because the media has dumbed-down the public! Don’t you agree, Kathy Griffin?

Ah…! How I wish it were one of us interviewing her. We could ask all of these very important questions! I will post the full interview later!

Posted: September 28th, 2007
Comments: 11


From: bridget
Time: September 28, 2007, 9:25 pm

I can’t say that I’m a “fan” of Paris’s. I don’t have any strong feelings about her– heck, I don’t know the woman– I thought that David Letterman was a complete and total *sshole during that interview. As the “host” of the show, why would anyone deliberately needle and humiliate his “guest”? I thought it was cruel, and classless. I hope Paris knows that she exhibited tremendous poise and restraint. I would have told him to f*ck himself.

From: Jordan
Time: September 29, 2007, 12:29 am

“David Letterman is a hilarious guy, so is Paris!”

Paris is a hilarious guy?

From: MikeV
Time: September 29, 2007, 1:22 am

Yeah I was kind of angry at Dave for going down the interview path that he did. Obviously Paris was quite annoyed at all the jail questions because it’s a part of her life that she probably wants to forget! Plus, she has all these exciting new projects she’s doing and all Dave wants is to focus on jail? Psh, a blatant disregard of his guest’s feelings is what I think.

From: Django
Time: September 29, 2007, 1:54 am

I haven’t seen the interview yet but what’isidiot sounds like an ass! If an interviewer wants to ask a guest about such a difficult and emotional time in their life (in what is after all a casual entertainment environment, hardly serious media), then his people should have asked her people if it was okay. He could have helped Paris get the word about her various projects out there and instead decided to be a crowdpleasing ass. No spine!

From: enbis78
Time: September 29, 2007, 5:58 am

All that needed to be said about Paris’ jail time was said in that 1st Larry King interview after she got out, and it was handled in a sensitive, serious and respectful way. She has to now be allowed to put this behind her and move on. It’s disrespectful to Paris, and it’s shortchanging the fans. There is so much exciting stuff going on in her career that we want to know about. Start asking some proper questions, people, and treating Paris with the respect she deserves!

From: FrankDrebin
Time: September 29, 2007, 6:10 am

Here is the interview in HDTV quality:



Filesize: 173.90 MB / res: 1280×720 AVI

(I found these links on another forum http://forums.superiorpics.com/ubbthreads/showflat.php?Number=1533395)

You will need the freeware program HJSplit to join the two files together:


From: Dawn
Time: September 29, 2007, 7:21 am

One thing I noticed is that Paris stands up for herself more, in a polite way..
Paul Shaefer later said to Dave “She handled you very well”.

Dave just acted like a silly ass, pretending to guzzle her perfume. He seemed to be on something.

Paris looks gorgeous in the add for her new Cologne, can’t wait for it to be on the shelves nexy month. I’ll give it away as Christmas presents to all my friends and family.

From: thewaymouth
Time: September 29, 2007, 7:57 am

Well, that sucked.

With a side of suck.

I am so damn mad… She should NEVER do his show again. EVER. That was so insulting.


I can’t agree w/you, admin. About Dave being funny. Now I watched him every night back when he started his show Late Night in 1982. He was damn funny back then. He hasn’t been funny since he before he went to CBS. I’d say his show started growing stale in about 1991.

He’s never been a great interviewer. But he’s so terrible now. He was utterly awful last night. He’s so old & in the way.

This was worse than I imagined it would be. Asking on & on about what she ate! Never mind that it’s well known she didn’t eat most of the crap they served.

He talked down to her the whole time. Treated her like a bad child. She looked mad and bummed out.

I have to give kudos to Paul — he complained to Dave, saying that’s how you start off, asking her “how was jail.” Dave wouldn’t let it go. Kept going on about her being in jail. “That was really ugly…” The crowd groaned. Like enough already.

When she said she didn’t want to talk about it anymore, the crowd applauded loudly. The crowd rocked when Dave just dogged it. They didn’t blame her one bit for wanting no more of his insinuations. He was torturing her with it.

The absolute worst was this crap Dave was spewing about her being a role model, for having a designated driver from now on when she drinks. “In all seriousness, this could be your legacy, to the young people.”

She should have walked off the stage right then & then.

Thankfully a guy in the crowd yelled out right at that moment, “I love you, Paris.” Such perfect timing. She was so cool in returning the love.

He complained after the break, that the interview didn’t go as planned. Because he wanted to rip her MORE about her jail experience! That’s why he said he feels like they were cheated out of the visit. Because Paris wouldn’t play along.

She has class. She is a woman. A woman with dignity does not talk in public about things that embarrass them, does not sit idly by and let herself get raked over the coals. Kudos to Paris.

He should have cleared his deck and scheduled this interview back in July if all he wanted to talk about was only her jail time.

Before she left he asked her what she was doing. So she told him was going to the Amfar benefit that night. He was surprised. Talk about not doing your homework. She was only chairing it. Does he then take the opportunity to talk about her charity work. No.

To Dave, she’s just a pretty prop for him to prod & poke. She has no other value.

Fuck you, Dave. She’s a humanitarian, a model and an artist. A shining shooting star. THAT will be her legacy. Her damn work.

This is your legacy Dave. You had 9 years of great work, followed so far by 17 years of decline, becoming a total has been hack. Your former cutting edge has completely dulled.

You’re a doddering old biddy. You’re just mean and petty. You’re so over. You stuck around way too long. You soiled your former glory.

Paris is back in black. Dave is just full of black shit.

From: thewaymouth
Time: September 29, 2007, 8:00 am

PS According to outsidethebeltway.com Paris Hilton said she will never again do another interview with him because “Dave started making jokes about jail and asked her how the food was.” Paris played along, but she was mad after the show.

Outsidethebeltway.com quotes a source: “She burst into tears and her people told the Late Show people Paris would never do the show again!”

I for one hope it’s true. Show him up.

You don’t talk to a woman like Paris Hilton like that!

From: thewaymouth
Time: September 29, 2007, 1:17 pm

The only thing good that may come out of this is it will spur Paris on to do more great work. To show them all.

So these clowns will be less likely to say her legacy is that she became a role model for young drunk drivers. Or at least that there will be less clowns saying that. Because there’ll always be people around ready to shovel shit on your grave.

Her legacy is already well secure w/me…
I’ll always have Paris.

From: thewaymouth
Time: September 29, 2007, 1:26 pm

Well, I’m off to post my piece of my peace on Paris’s MySpace blog. Least I can do as I had told her friends to tune in to the show.

Paris herself was wise not to alert us to her appearance after all.