Paris Hilton on Aquarians: ‘We are social butterflies, humanitarians, geniuses’

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It’s the dead of summer, barely any good gossip is happening, and so this is what we get – a new Paris Hilton interview in The Telegraph. Many of the “fancy” UK papers like to sit down with our most vapid American celebrities and use the lengthy interview format to make fun of said celebrities. The Guardian did an excellent takedown-interview with Kim Kardashian once, letting her talk herself into sounding like the most superficial a—hole who was famous for nothing. I’m reminded of that piece while looking through this Paris Hilton piece. They’re making fun of Paris but they’re really just letting her talk about her silly life. Some highlights:

Her work as a DJ in Ibiza: “I killed it. I feel like DJs are the new rock stars.”

Her Paris Hilton business: “We’ve done over $1.8 billion in sales [on my fragrances]. I have 16 other product lines [including] clothing, sunglasses, shoes, lingerie, swimwear, eyelashes, nails, my own motorcycle team, dog clothes… I have 60 Paris Hilton stores that carry all my products.” Recently she opened her first hotel, in the Philippines. “It’s called Paris, not Hilton, just me,” she says, “because I don’t want people to think it’s my family’s. It’s mine.”

Rich parents? “People assume because I’m a Hilton that ‘her parents gave that to her’. It’s annoying because it’s so far from the truth.”

Her critics: “If people want to be mean, that’s their problem. It used to be really hurtful. I would call and cry to my mom all the time but now I just laugh. So many people have bad intentions, so many girls want to hang out [with me] to be someone. I weed those people out of my life. I call them hungry tigers.”

Her sex tape: “It was devastating because that was someone I was with for a few years. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to fully trust any man again after that. It was just the most hurtful and awful thing that anyone could do to a little girl. I was very young, it wasn’t my fault.”

Her ‘Simple Life’ dumb blonde persona: “I played a character the whole time – I think a lot of people assume that must be who I am in real life.” She fell out with Richie during the show but now says it was nothing. “She’s like a sister to me.”

Her success is because of her fans: “They want to buy a piece of me. It’s like a kind of Barbie American dream. I have that childlike quality so a lot of little girls especially [like me]. I’ve always been a kid at heart. I think I always will be.”

True Aquarian: “We are social butterflies, humanitarians, geniuses: Einstein was one.”

[From The Telegraph]

Just FYI – Albert Einstein was a Pisces. He was not born under the Aquarius sign. Perhaps it takes an anal-retentive Virgo to point that out (represent, Virgos).

Sigh… poor Paris. I guess I shouldn’t feel too sorry for her because she’s rich and she’s doing her thing and whatever, it has nothing to do with me. But she’s profoundly vapid. This is what I hate though: “It was just the most hurtful and awful thing that anyone could do to a little girl. I was very young, it wasn’t my fault.” Really? Wasn’t she like 19 or 20 when that happened? And it completely made her a household name? I’m not saying that Rick Solomon releasing the tape wasn’t a betrayal. It was. But let’s stop with the “I was a little girl” stuff, especially when she’s profited from it enormously.

PS… I had to crop one of these photos at Paris’s waist because her vagine was literally hanging out on the red carpet. But she’s just a LITTLE GIRL. It’s not her fault!

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  1. eliza says:

    I know it is popular to hate her but unlike some “other” folks of her type, Paris bothers me a lot less.

    I would rather read about the Hilton way of life over the Kardashian way of life any day.

    • FingerBinger says:

      I don’t hate Paris. The thing is Paris was where the Kardashians are. She was every where. She was probably one of the most overexposed celebrities ever. Not to many people care about her any more and In my opinion that’s where she belongs. Hopefully Kim K and the rest of the Kardashians will join her.

  2. Uma says:

    She is a social butterfly and a humanitarian– research her many charities, and I think she’s also very smart. She’s worth over 100 grand, and her many business worldwide.

  3. OhDear says:

    Is she trying to make a comeback*?

    * to what I don’t know.

  4. chloeee says:

    Nope. She definitely makes me twitchy. With a sprinkle of stabby.

  5. mimif says:

    How dare you make me agree with Paris Hilton.

  6. mkyarwood says:

    Yes, WE are. You’re not. Sit over there.

  7. Talie says:

    I just find her sad. She’s still trying to get back to her former glory — still hoe-ing, still clubbing, no real growth…

    • Bohemia says:

      I get that she makes good money partying but when people call her “smart” I cringe. This is a woman who is 30+ and has done NOTHING of substance with her life. Check in on her in 10 more years and she will still be trying to shove her pathetic nude dog & pony show in our faces. UGH.

  8. Maria says:

    i dont know if i can feel sympathy for her because we dont know if that guy really did it only on his own behalf or if she was cool with it. she desperatly wanted to be famous. this isnt a woman who only wanted to be famous for her work and got screwed over by her boyfriend.

    Oh and can we please finally stop characterizing people based on the day they were born. its discriminating. it is not ok to put people in boxes based on their gender or races, so why is this all ok? in some countries companies are even allowed to not hire certain star signs because they are deemed not good enough. some people (mainly women) dont date certain man, not because they act like douchebags, no because they were born on the 22th of july and not on the 7th of may…seriously…
    how can anyone believe in star signs anyway? its the year 2014.

  9. TWINK says:

    I share a birthday with her, something which I obviously don’t like, but I agree, I think Aquarians are artistic, creative, intelligent and all around awesome! And modest too! ;)

  10. GeeMoney says:

    Kaiser, you are a Virgo? And yes it’s true… we Virgos ROCK.

    I can’t hate on Paris Hilton being an Aquarius, since two of my good friends are Aquariuses as well.

    And as much as I don’t like how she became famous… I can’t hate on her for making a career out of being a vapid, pretty girl. If I could do the same, I would.

    But alas… I have a brain. Back to work.

  11. Longhorn says:

    Sorry, I just can’t. She’s as vapid as the kardashians. They all made millions being a**holes.

  12. feebee says:

    I don’t doubt she has some brains in there, and surrounded by the right people and good advice she’ll do well. But she has that famey-whorey side, which admittedly is working on and off, currently on it appears… because there will always be people to gravitate to that too.

    Ah, I’m over thinking her… when I generally don’t think about her at all. All I was really thinking was I have three wonderful Aquarians in my family and they’d probably all tell her to take a seat at ‘geniuses’. I’m not huge on the astrology front but they do share social and caring attributes.

  13. dragonlady sakura says:

    While I think Paris is a vapid a-hole, I don’t think she’s stupid as she pretends. She’s been hustling for many years now and her empire has grown, even if she’s not in tabloids every other week like she use to be. It blows the mind…

  14. Jaana says:

    I agree with Paris about her being young in the sex tape era. Watch the tape, she was very young and not too smart. He was telling her all types of crazy things including sit on a bottle for his entertainment. He is scum.

  15. Mingy says:

    I’m super into astrology, you can’t judge someone based on their sun sign alone; Moon and ascendant sign is very telling also..and ones birth chart, of course. I guess that’s the reason many people think astrology is bullshit, because they don’t relate to their daily horoscope or Sun sign.

    • astra says:

      YES! Thank you! If only more people would do some reading before dismissing it as nonsense, because it isn’t! It’s weird, some people you can immediately know their sign, but others don’t fit, until you do their chart.

      • Mingy says:

        I’m born on a Gemini-Cancer cusp (29 degrees Gemini) so, technically I’m Gemini, but I have many character traits of Cancer.
        Isn’t it amazing how much you can learn about a person based solely on birth date and time?!

      • Sooloo says:

        @Mingy – ummm, but you can’t. The very idea that my entire personality, ambition, character traits would differ drastically if I had been born 5 days earlier or later is absurd and too suggestive of its importance when compared to things like genetics or environmental factors. Everything I could say about myself, personality-wise, is so generic as to be applicable to someone born 7 months earlier/later in the year, and vice versa. It’s always been ridiculous to me when people don’t just take this stuff lightly but allow it to influence things like whom they date, whom they befriend, or attribute to it such powers as “that’s why I never got along with so&so” or “I knew we’d butt heads because she’s a Pisces and I’m a Gemini”. Just very strange and so rooted in hindsight — if I lie and told someone I’m a certain sign, they go “of course! That’s why you behave like that!” but then if I reveal the truth, they magically transfer those attributes to another sign (“Well, Cancers are also known for that!”).

  16. JustChristy says:

    Ha, my first thought was “Einstein was a Pisces, you walking, talking helium tank.”

    As an Aquarius, I suppose I can agree with her on our supposed shared traits (I share a bday with Stephen Hawking…genius by pretend association?) However, I have a relative who is also one, and he is the biggest, loudest, supposed “new age republican” (by his own terms, ugh) douchelord you could hope to meet. Just incredibly obnoxious. Suppose also that I’m a bad Aquarius for saying so ;) As for Paris, she used to make me feel the stabbiest, but now, meh with a capital BLAH.

  17. Stephanie says:

    As an Astrologer I found this to be hilarious only because she is likely thinking about Thomas Edison… he was Aqua, born Feb 11th. But her adjectives of Aqua’s ring true…she’s still a twit mind you.

  18. astra says:

    Aww geez, this turd is an Aquarius? UGH. Well, I guess we all can’t be winners :(

  19. Madpoe says:

    I vote her out of the Aquarian pool or maybe I should leave.

  20. Lauraq says:

    We’ve been talking about the abuse of the word ‘literally’ lately, so I have to point out that if her vagina were literally hanging out, that would be a medical emergency. Maybe you meant her labia were showing?
    That part about little girls wanting to own a piece of her because she’s like a Barbie American dream was disturbing. The fact that she doesn’t realize why it’s disturbing proves how vapid she is.