Cy Waits, Paris Hilton, Brooke Mueller
If your perception of Paris Hilton is that she is not a very nice person and you enjoy being on the receiving end of preaching to the choir, then The World According to Paris is the show for you! What should be damage control for a career that was maligned up until the point that people stopped caring about it is instead just reinforcement for the pampered princess, mean girl image that so many have of Paris. In that respect, this reality show, which premiered Wednesday on Oxygen, has the candor of a pig with lipstick on it — Paris Hilton cannot hide her several negative traits. Either her show is honest to its detriment or at the very least, its star is too lazy to lie...
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"There are things on the show that, in a million years, I never thought I would show on camera," Paris Hilton told reporters Friday at NBC's Summer Press Day. "I put my producer hat on and thought this is great TV."
But what does Hilton think viewers will be most surprised to see on her new series? "How down to earth and sweet I am," she said.
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Paris Hilton has agreed to plead guilty to two misdemeanors in exchange for a suspended jail sentence, a Nevada prosecutor told The Associated Press.
Hilton, who was arrested last month in Las Vegas on cocaine possession charges, will plead guilty to drug possession and obstructing an officer, Clark County District Attorney David Roger told the AP.
Police: Paris Hilton says purse with cocaine was not hers
The 29-year-old hotel heiress will avoid a felony conviction, but she must...
Following Paris Hilton's Las Vegas arrest on cocaine possession charges over the weekend, the socialite says the purse containing less than a gram of cocaine was not hers, according to a police report obtained by The Associated Press.
"She told me the purse was not hers, that she had borrowed it from a friend," Lt. Dennis Flynn was quoted as saying in the report.
Paris Hilton arrested on cocaine charge, police say
Though Hilton denied she owned a baggie containing 0.8 grams of cocaine, she did acknowledge that the money, credit cards and a broken tablet of the prescription asthma medication Albuterol in the purse were hers, according to police.
Hilton, whose TV credits include My New BFF and The Simple Life, was stopped late Friday after police officers detected what ...
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Jada Pinkett Smith's hospital drama gets a healthy dose of guest stars tonight, with medical-show vet Judy Reyes (Scrubs), Reid Scott (My Boys) and Sarah Lancaster (so solid as an exasperated sibling in Chuck) checking in. As for noble nurse Christina Hawthorne, she cares for a woman who was possibly abused by her boyfriend — but surprising details soon emerge in the case. In other medical cases, Bobbie treats a bigot suffering from abdominal pains, and Ray gears up to assist a biker facing possible paralysis after a motorcycle accident.
Read on for previews of Hell's Kitchen, Warehouse 13, Paris Hilton's My New BFF and Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood .
p>Paris Hilton will once again go the distance to find a new best friend, this time traveling to the Middle East. Later this month, the heiress takes Paris Hilton's My New BFF to Dubai.
In a new production deal with Lionsgate and Ish Entertainment (with approval from Dubai's ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum), Hilton will put a group of...
Law & Order: SVU
According to Jim
8:30 pm/ET ABC
After eight seasons (which seemed to some like twice that many), this sitcom-that-gets-no-respect ends its run tonight with, appropriately enough, Jim's death. Heaven or hell? Jim is on trial before God (Lee Majors) and Satan (Erik Estrada). For Jim's sake, let's hope that there aren't any TV critics on the jury. Also helping usher in Jim's eternal reward (or torment) are guest stars Dan Aykroyd and Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
Read on for previews of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, ABC News Special: Earth 2100 , Paris Hilton's My New BFF, Man vs. Wild and Web Soup.
Paris Hilton's My New BFF courtesy MTV
Jeers to the most pathetic group of wannabes in reality-TV history: the contestants on Paris Hilton's My New BFF. These suckups, whose ridiculous names I won't bother to learn (as I'm sure Paris won't), say it's "an honor" to meet Paris, "I'm so excited, I may wet my pants," and "I think I should be Paris' new BFF because we have similar bone structure." In turn, Paris abuses them, sending off four to the aiport blindfolded with the text message, "Talk to you never" and ripping another's clothes as "a little too slutty." Isn't that like the Pope saying you're "a little too Catholic"?