Is something wrong between Paris Hilton and Brittany Flickinger?

Kate Taylor, a journalist from the journal The Globe and Mail, had the chance to interview the Repo! actress, Paris Hilton.

As part of the promotion of Paris Hilton’s British Best Friend in Canada, “The Globe, which was asked to submit questions in advance for a 10-minute interview, was instructed not to ask about her current relationship with Brittany Flickinger, the winner of last season’s contest held in Los Angeles.”

Nevertheless, Taylor asked her about Brittany Flickinger, and Paris’ response was a simple “Um. It’s great.” Ah! Something bad must have happened between the two?

When she was asked about hiding her friendship with the winner, she said: “We just have to be really secretive and deal [with it], and you know they have to come over to my house in private, and not be photographed together or anything until the show has finished. I talk to all of them. Even the people who don’t win, I am still their friend. I am a nice person.”

She also said she’s not sure if she’ll have the time to film more BFF shows in other countries: “I just think it is a fun concept. I am obviously not going to do it around the world because I am way too busy for it but I will pick … certain places I’d like to do and it will be fun.”

In the interview, she said that her brand, including the clothing line, debut album and books, is her proudest achievement!

Posted: February 27th, 2009
Comments: 23


From: Charlie N
Time: February 27, 2009, 10:20 pm

I believe Paris has a lot of very business-minded people handling her “celebrity”, and to do that well, you have to have a very strong understanding of human nature. Curiosity is a huge and powerful component about people, and I believe they understand this.

They create a little bit of controversy, in a subtle way, and that arouses curiosity from the get go. That gets people to talk about her, and I imagine they understand that very well.

I found Perez Hilton’s book in Chapters bookstore, here in Vancouver. I did not want to buy it because that would mean I am supporting him, and frankly, I hate the way he says such derogatory things about Paris behind her back, then to her face, he tries to act as if he really cares about her and loves her. I did not want to support such a 6-faced viper who looks more like a Pillsbury Doe boy, with many a roll, who was basted in pink dye. He seems to want to be Paris Hilton, but I suppose he could be 9 Paris Hiltons rolled into one, but he very likely resents her because he can’t be her, or be like her, so he lashes out with derogatory statements so he can feel better about himself. Paris Hilton deserves better treatment than that.

From: juju
Time: February 27, 2009, 11:42 pm

i think paris has spent way more time with brittany F. (and money on her) than I ever expected her to do in the first place. they can be firends without being joined at the hip, especially since they are so differnt adn paris’ life is so hectic.

it just is what it is, a fun show.


From: Sweet Django Vincent
Time: February 28, 2009, 2:33 am

Good riddance if Paris has got tired of her or gotten wise to her. I hope the winner of the British version turns out to be someone with a nicer attitude.

From: admin
Time: February 28, 2009, 11:51 am

I can’t say for sure if Brittany and Paris aren’t friends anymore. I wouldn’t be surprised, but I’m 100% sure that if Vanessa were chosen as the winner, she wouldn’t do anything to deliberately hurt Paris.

Hate to say it, but I’ve always been a bit suspicious of Brittany. I guess it must be her attitude.

Finding a best friend through a reality show doesn’t necessary mean you will find the perfect friend. They’re just randomly chosen people. Even in real life, it’s not easy…


You’re right about Perez Hilton. He acts all nice when he’s with Paris, but writes rude things about her on his website.

Plus, his Paris articles are very “mainstream” and suck. I wonder what happened to my “Come Up And Try My New Parts” video I sent to him a few weeks ago!

From: Math M
Time: February 28, 2009, 12:22 pm

Well, you guys know that Paris has sort of a problem, when it comes to keep friendships.

From: Charlie N
Time: February 28, 2009, 12:59 pm

Hi, Admin, as I was saying, I saw Perez Hilton’s book at Chapters. I did not want to support him by buying the book, but I did speed read through it to see what things he had to say about Paris.

In his book, he said the first time he met her that she told him that he said mean things about her. His alleged response to that was that no, he loves her. He goes on further to say that if he did not care about her he would not talk about her. He must have fallen out of a stupid tree and got hit by every branch on the way down, because if you care about someone, you don’t flaunt/celebrate the sides of them you might see as negative.

I know of only one other person with such a retarded attitude. I used to work in a nightclub/bar with a 400 pound Bouncer named Jordan, and he was the same. I always disliked him, to the point where if there was a brawl in the club, in the constant action, I wouldn’t care to much if I had accidentally hit him. It took me a while to discover that his way of showing he likes you is to insult and belittle you. In my mind, that is pretty f*cked up, because that is exactly what you DO NOT do. It would seem that he has issues regarding being close with people. Perhaps the soft, flabby gay Paris Hilton wannabe is the same way?

Then again, we are dealing with Hollywood types, and they can be as shallow as a cup saucer, and in most cases, usually are.

If I was doing what Perez was doing, blogging a website of gossip, and if I loved Paris Hilton, I would be writing things about her that help her, not hurt her. I cringed when Paris on her show referred to him as a “friend” because he is anything but. I’d be looking him straight in the eye and calling his bluff, and as for Paris, I’d be looking her straight in the eye…. and be giving sweet kisses to her kissable lips. Are Paris’s lips not the most kissable in the world??

She must be on my mind more than I knew, because last night, or this morning, I remember fragments of dreams I had with Paris in them. I am still trying to piece it all together.

From: Kassidy
Time: February 28, 2009, 2:49 pm

I’ve talked to Brittany so many times on MySpace and I’ve asked her a couple times what happened between her and Paris and she hasn’t responded back so I think there is definitely something going on between them.

From: Charlie N
Time: February 28, 2009, 7:44 pm

Kassidy, are you certain that the MySpace Brittany you have is the real one? There is an amazing and disgusting amount of fake Paris and I am sure fake Nicky and Brittany profiles as well. I actually find it extremely distasteful that such sick people would resort to such antics to fill the void in their lives just because of a lack of love or attention.

From: Kassidy
Time: March 1, 2009, 12:50 am

Yes I’m absolutely positive that it’s her.

From: Charlie N
Time: March 1, 2009, 2:02 am

Kassidy, it’s generally impossible to tell. Did she phone you or something? I would say 99.9% of all celebrities on MySpace are fake. I have found some very elaborate fakes of various celebrities, so I am always very careful to make sure they are who they are.

Ideally if you met them in person and they gave you the URL, great. If not, if you got to be friends with them online and they refused to phone you, then I would be skeptical. They can always use a long distance phone card to obscure caller ID, or they can place *67 in front of your number and that will withhold the number on caller ID screens. If they refuse to phone you, then you pretty much know. I have a Paris Hilton on my page who is willing to meet me in person, but if the time comes and she does not show, she will be considered a fake.

From: Sweet Django Vincent
Time: March 1, 2009, 3:04 am

Paris’s official MySpace is at:

I thought it was pretty well known that this was the official one. Obviously Paris will have other people running it for her, to add friend requests and post official notices, but she also uses it herself for personal blog updates and sometimes comments people. If the “Paris” that wants to meet you isn’t this page, then I think it’s safe to conclude it’s a fake. Morgan who used to post here got taken in by a fake Paris who emailed him and went on chat to him, so it happens.

From: Kassidy
Time: March 1, 2009, 11:13 am

No I mean I’ve asked her stuff that only she would really know. Like stuff from the show and just like only things that Paris’ BFF would know. I talked to her like the day after the second episode premiered, so I really don’t think anyone would fake her because you know it’s not like she was really that famous then. She is a lot more famous now though so more people fake her. That’s one reason I know she wasn’t a fake.

From: Charlie N
Time: March 1, 2009, 1:03 pm

Hello Django, I do have that “Paris Hilton” on my friend list, but I do not take any chances anymore because I was taken in by a fake Rena Mero once a long time ago. There is no worse feeling in the world than opening yourself up to someone, giving of yourself to them only to learn they were not that person. It means all you gave was based on a lie, and you feel like you know that person, only to discover they have never heard of you. The love you developed for that person you thought it they were was based on a lie.

I know a lot of sources pointed to that 6459682 ID as being Paris Hilton’s page, but I had no way of knowing unless I was lucky enough to meet her in person beforehand so I could get her MySpace page address from her.

I do have another one, too, and this one seems to know what happens to Paris before those things hit the media. This one claims that she uses it for her private page and mostly her management handles the page you mentioned. I neither prove nor disprove the authenticity of it at this point, so I treat her as if she is Paris until I know otherwise. The only way I will know for sure is to go through on the meeting, and see if she shows up or not. Part of me has reservations but part of me also sees things that make it seem as if only Paris Hilton could be using that as a private page. At this point, all I know is that I don’t know. Even if I was to perform a hacking exploit, the best I can do is prove the kind of computer it is, what is on it, what ISP they are using and maybe see what pages they have gone to but I can’t prove who was sitting in front a the keyboard.

Django, I think I have seen your MySpace profile on the URL that you mentioned, I believe you are Scottish, and that Paris Hilton is all the deity you need. 😉 Am I right?

Someone else also has the log in credentials for that page, because they perpetrated a fraudulent contest from that Paris Hilton Page address you provided. They claimed to be her manager, Jason Moore, and it seemed credible because it came from that page. On the other side of the coin, it seemed less than credible when red flags started popping up regarding what “Jason Moore” said to me. I tracked down Paris Hilton Entertainment, and they verified for me that was indeed her page, so that helped. I have to wonder how much money in total they bilked out of people.

From: Sweet Django Vincent
Time: March 1, 2009, 1:09 pm

Charlie N, yes that is me.

Paris’s profile has been hacked before and possibly more than once. I think it happened to Avril Lavigne too.

From: Charlie N
Time: March 1, 2009, 1:19 pm

Hi Kassidy, I understand what you are saying. You are asking her things that only someone in Brittany’s position could answer. The problem is that is kind of a catch-22, because nobody except Brittany could know the answers, so you can’t verify those answers either.

Don’t get me wrong, I am not trying to rain on your parade, but I am trying to be careful. I have been taken in by a fake Rena Mero a long time ago. I learned from the real Randy Orton that it was a fake, and I know it was the real Randy Orton because we became friends and he had given me his phone number.

I was lucky once when I got to know a sweet model from Slovakia who was once on a show of Petra Nemcova called “A Model Life”. Her name is Lucia Dvorska, and I found her on MySpace, after seeing the show late one night. In a few short weeks, I met her here in my city, and we spent her last day together here, so I *KNEW* it was really her page. Sadly her page has been hacked since then and she has not created a new one but I at least still have other contact information.

The catch-22 is if you ask “Brittany” questions only she has the answers to, then you cannot verify them. If you ask her questions that are even little-known public knowledge, then it still provides the chance that someone fake is giving you the answers. This is why, unless you physically meet the person, or unless they can phone you, and you know their voice well enough, then that is going to prove very difficult to validate the authenticity of Brittany really owning that page. For the sake of your peace of mind, I hope you are right. I got lucky with Lucia Dvorska, so maybe you might have gotten lucky with Brittany Flickinger, who knows…

There has also recently been a new MySpace Paris Hilton and she has even created a back up page. I know Paris has never gone to college, and that she allegedly has her GED, but this new Paris seems to be making some questionable spelling errors. On the other side of the coin, she has photos of Paris and Brittany in one of those 4-photo booths together.

The sad thing is that some people out there are so sick that they would impersonate someone else just to get love and attention they feel they lack in their lives. That is disturbing but it also happens so much that though many fakes are easily identifiable, a few of them look credible. Sadly it is those mentally ill people who make it so we have to assume “guilty until proven innocent” in our attitudes towards others we do not know.

From: Charlie N
Time: March 1, 2009, 1:25 pm

Django, I thought it was you, and I actually tried to send you a message to say I like what you did and your attitude about not caring what others think about you being unapologetic about loving Paris Hilton. I loved that.

The problem with the other page is I don’t know for sure one way or the other if it is her or not. I have become genuinely attached emotionally, because I spent over a year of my life getting to know her, so now I really need to know. It would be just absolutely crushing to meet Paris in person only to find out she didn’t know me.

From: Sweet Django Vincent
Time: March 2, 2009, 3:33 am

Thank you, Charlie N. I don’t know why I didn’t get that message, but in MySpace things do sometimes go wrong. The only people I’ve blocked are spammers, people who send religious hate mail and people who’ve shown themselves to be Paris haters.

From: Charlie N
Time: March 2, 2009, 1:37 pm

Hi Django, I had tried to send it, but it told me after I clicked send that I could not send it because I wasn’t a friend of yours, or something to the effect. I have received spam but never religious hate mail, which is kind of funny in an ironic way. Religion implies that those who follow it behave in a christian like manner, which as far as I understand advocates love, tolerance, patience, and attempted understanding.

Paris haters, yes, there are so many out there. I am amazed how many people put such enormous amounts of effort, energy etc., into hating someone they don’t even know. They think they know her because they blindly buy into what the media tells them. I have a name for such people. I call those people “sheeple” because they are people who are too stupid to think for themselves and instead follow blindly like sheep. Sheep + people = Sheeple.

I have taken up fighting for Paris on some sites like TMZ, Perez Hilton, Page Six and they hate me just as much as they hate Paris because of it. I don’t care, though, I certainly don’t live for their approval, and their blind hatred tells me a lot more about the quality of people they are. I love Paris and would fight for her tooth and nail to the bitter end. I remember once, TMZ kept deleting a long post I put in defending Paris. They gave up deleting it after I posted it and re-posted it some 36 times. Copy & Paste all the way.

From: Jen
Time: March 2, 2009, 9:58 pm

I thought Brittany Flickinger was laying down tracks for an album of her own?
She said something about the rumors of a falling out not being true. In fact, she called them BS.

From: Jen
Time: March 2, 2009, 9:59 pm

Just meant to add, that Paris certainly gave Brittany a lot of time and free advertising over the holidays.
So either way, Brittany would have nothing to complain about.

From: Sweet Django Vincent
Time: March 3, 2009, 3:51 am

Charlie N, you’re right about the way religious people should be, if they actually behaved true to what they believe. Unfortunately a lot of them are hypocrites and a lot of them react aggressively to people not sharing their beliefs. The last one was called “Womanizer:” something and started their message with “Paris Hilton!” before launching into an attack on how atheism is a disease. I took that to mean that they hated Paris as well as my beliefs, but then I see the same person posting a supportive comment to Paris on her birthday!

I also think that the people who cling to their negative views of Paris are sheep, but any attempts at reasoning with them come to naught. I used to argue with some of them on various sites but it gets me too stressed and disgusted and I’ve never been good at confrontation. I tend to avoid a lot of places and ignore a lot of people now to try and avoid the internet making me so depressed.

From: Charlie N
Time: March 3, 2009, 1:22 pm

Django, if people, religious, christian, cult, or otherwise, are not behaving consistently with what their doctrine advocates, then those people are simply posers. In their eyes, they get some kind of pay off for pretending to be something they are not.

If someone responds aggressively to you because you do not share their beliefs, you can rest assured that their belief is based on emotional attachment rather than rational, intellectual deduction. I believe certain things because of evidence of such things. If I later find contrary evidence to refute it, the belief simply goes out the window with me.

If one becomes angry when someone expresses a rational argument for believing something contrary to that person’s belief, then you can be pretty safe to assume that person is married to their belief. Belief is not to be confused with, nor served as a synonym for faith, because the two are different.
In my point of view, faith is belief in something or someone in the absence of proof.

I have seen people on TMZ and Perez Hilton fight with a sick obsession in terms of preserving their hatred and disgust with themselves…. whoops, I mean their hatred and disgust with Paris Hilton. I defended Paris with rational fact, and in spite of this, they refuse to believe anything good comes from her. I am to the point where I believe if Paris saved the life of their mother, they would accuse her of setting up the accident so she could “save them” just to gain more noteriety and stay in the headlines and media.

I like to fight for Paris, but I also know when to stop. You have to state your case, and leave it with them. That is all you can do or it becomes redundant and nothing good comes from it. Once you have said your piece, then that is all you can do.

Though there are a lot of media outlets, my estimation is that TMZ and Perez Hilton are the sites that have people with the most hatred for Paris Hilton. I don’t care about them, though, because for all the hatred they have for her, I have double the love for her.

From: Yhatepink
Time: June 3, 2009, 10:23 am

Charlie N. You try to give advice to people and talk about people who have no lives when basically your talking about yourself. I know it may seem like I have no life but I already know my life is better then yours, you’re pathetic.