Paris Is On TV Again? Oh Crap!
Alright boys and girls... Hold on to your talentless hats! Paris Hilton is coming to a TV screen – I'm sorry to say – near you. That's right, “The World According To Paris” is on it's way to the Oxygen Network in June. It's kind of ironic when you think about it. Based on the last winners which starred the socialite who's famous for being famous... An extra shot on oxygen is exactly what you're going to need in order to get through more Paris drivel.
According to Missy Hilton, “This show is the most authentic I've ever been.” Well, it's good to know there is something a tad deeper than the pampered Chiwawa, bedazzled accoutrements, lavish parties, and a lazy eye. Who woulda' knew?
Reuters picked up the following Paris comments she made to television journalists recently: “I would never have done a show like this five, ten years ago. I wasn't really comfortable with myself. I have been through so much. I have nothing to hide. It's like, what else can happen? I was ready to show myself." Wow P.H.! I would go so far as to say this is bordering philosophical... I mean, like... really... right? What? Pa-lease!
In case you haven't heard the show's premise yet due to more important things to do – like sharpening pencils – here it is in a nutshell: It follows Paris, her mother Kathy, and Paris' friends which include Brooke Mueller (Charlie Sheen's third ex-wife). Hmm... How much you want to bet their “production ratings” friendship just became a little closer because of the publicity Charlie boy is creating? Just tossing it out there.
The report goes on to state that “executive producer Arthur Smith said the new TV show was 'an all access look at Paris.' ” Well, if that's true and we truly get to see Paris for who she is, why didn't they just keep the last show title? “The Simple Life!”
Listen, I'm not on a mission to beat on a naive little girl born into modern day royalty that from birth until the day she dies will never truly understand the concept of struggle and earning... but why must we waist airtime on her when there are thousands of talented individuals with real ability and true potential that could fill that time slot and showcase the very essence of why television was invented in the first place. To be entertained! Not to watch a spoiled rich girl bitch because she has to wait an extra week for the custom shade of pink for her new $275,000 Bentley. Sorry America...I'm not buying into it and – for the record – will never approve. Get talent or get off the air. Hey, looks like money really can't buy you everything. “That's hot.”
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