Paris Hilton celebrated her 28th birthday with family and friends

Written by Radar Online

Paris Hilton celebrated her 28th birthday early with a party at her fabulous manse last Friday night. Paris’ actual birthday is today. Guests included little sis’ Nicky and celeb pals Hayden Panettiere, Simon Rex, Three 6 Mafia, Kevin Connolly and Russell Simmons.

One of the guests, Scott Lazerson, of Interface Foundation, a charity with a mission of eradicating hunger worldwide, caught the attention of guests as he carried around a bag of food that he had the opportunity to package with others at the Stop Hunger Now Million Meal Event at UNC Chapel Hill.

Scott told the A-list guests about the mission of his organization. Paris asked her guests to donate to this worthwhile cause close to her heart and guests happily obliged Hilty by opening their checkbooks! Kevin Connolly even volunteered to go on a trip to Africa with the foundation.

The theme of the party was insanely sexy pink, and guests were required to wear something in pink. Guests noshed on mini-meatball sandwiches, petit grilled cheese concoctions, and bite sized hamburgers.

Paris was stunning in a custom made pink Barbie party dress that showed off the heiress’ gorgeous gams. Guests partied until the wee hours of the morning. The party was indeed a fun-filled night that only Paris could create with the added highlight of enlightening guests with one of her favorite charities.

Posted: February 17th, 2009
Comments: 7


From: thewaymouth
Time: February 18, 2009, 2:59 am

Happy Birthday, Pretty Flamingo!

From: Sweet Django Vincent
Time: February 18, 2009, 3:27 am

That’s a nice way to help a good charity. Good of Paris to think of others on her own celebration.

From: Charlie N
Time: February 18, 2009, 9:50 am

Sweet, Paris, that is wonderful for you, and you deserve every bit of fun, success, good health and prosperity. You’re truly an amazing woman that I hope one day that I will be lucky enough and blessed enough to meet (some day). You’re a source of heart warmth and an amazing credit to celebrities, and human beings in general. Your sweetness and charisma seem enchanting and mesmerizing, and I truly hope you enjoy every success you could possibly want and just a little bit more, Babe. Have w magnificent day.

*28 Kisses* & *28 Hugs*

From: max
Time: February 18, 2009, 11:22 am


I am much older than you.

And for quite sometime, I have been unnerved by the way you have occasionally been mistreated.

You are an absolutely adorable young lady and as a schoolteacher I can tell that you are very bright and I believe that you are thoughtful, charming and kind hearted.

I hope that you can stay focused on what is truly important and not allow the self serving media or those who are so jealous of you cloud your path.

Sarah Silverman’s behaviors are often obnoxious. She needs serious help. What she did to you only made her look cruel and insidious.

And you handled yourself with such dignity —– far better than I could have.

Paris keep busy and don’t worry about obnoxious people.

You’re young, healthy and beautiful and life is not forever.

So don’t take the bumps in the road too seriously and enjoy yourself.

Remember there are many of your silent admirers out there like me.

Best wishes. Your family should be proud of you.

From: newfan
Time: February 18, 2009, 5:26 pm

Greetings on your birthday, Paris. Its very, very good that you added charitable giving to your birthday plans. I am a longtime fan who really gets riled up by all the unflattering stories that a lot of web bloggers and tabloid magazines write about you. I think they twist the truth in every story just so they can get more hits and readers. Please have your publicist correct these rumors and misinformation immediately and forcefully so they will not be repeated around the web. Continue doing good works. This is the best way to show your detractors you are a much, much better person than them in every way.

From: Sweet Django Vincent
Time: February 19, 2009, 3:23 am

It’s nice to see some new people posting 🙂 It’s always nice to see more people appreciate Paris and her many good qualities. She brings a lot of happiness and warmth to a lot of people just by being who she is (and meeting those lucky enough to meet her in person). Apart from her charity work and all that, Paris does a lot of good in the world in a way that the haters would never understand.

From: Johnny-bo
Time: February 21, 2009, 5:30 am

First I’m glad everyone had a great time. But the charity thing
has really touched me the most. Paris you Rock around the globe. You really are an angel of mercy. Love and Peace