New York Post’s Page Six is responsible for spreading a lie about a fake Paris Hilton TV show
New York Post’s Page Six is responsible for posting a false article about Paris Hilton failing to sell to TV networks a reality show that “would cover her engagement and wedding to current boyfriend Doug Reinhardt.” They once again spread another lie by “quoting” one of their unreliable “sources”.
Paris Hilton’s spokeswoman was quick to shoot down the fabricated story. Paris also posted this messaged on her Twitter account:
“Yet another day and another lie and made up rumor. To set the record straight I have never tried to pitch a new TV show about an engagement and wedding. I am in the early stages of developing a show but I have been so busy with traveling and my other projects that I haven’t had time to finalize the show’s concept. Because its not ready to be pitched, none of the networks have even heard the idea yet. I hate when people make up these silly rumors, but that’s what gossip columns do. But I promise I will get you all the True details as soon as I can! So excited, love you all!! Xoxo Paris :)”
Posted: March 22nd, 2010
Time: March 23, 2010, 8:34 am
Well I guess it’s good she is working on another show, even if it is in early development. X17 posted a story today that all the major networks have actually contacted Paris’s crew lately asking to be a part of her new TV ventures, so Page 6 were way off the ball!
Time: March 23, 2010, 1:54 pm
The NY Post is always slightly off and no sane person takes their shrill reports seriously. But some sick minds do.
What the article was saying is that Paris is pitching a new show to TV honchos but that no one is interested.
That’s why Paris gave the response she did.
It’s smart of her to respond in a timely manner when tabloids write lies.
Time: March 25, 2010, 5:35 am
There can be no such show, because Paris will never marry, for a long, long time!