Janet Charlton’s Hollywood reports that when Paris Hilton and Jenna Jameson hit Hyde in Hollywood earlier this month, the heiress was chugging right out of a Grey Goose vodka bottle and began kissing and dancing provocatively with the porn queen. Christina Aguilera, who also allegedly enjoyed a steamy make-out session with Hilton after the 2004 VMAs, joined her dancers for a table-top dance off. Read more.
Why Paris Hilton Dances On Banquettes
August 19, 2006 – Paris explained her aversion to the dance floor, according to ContactMusic.com. “I dance on the banquettes, just below the tables, because I don’t want to be on the dance floor with everyone sweating on me,” she explained. “It’s gross. I hate sweat. It grosses me out. Sweaty guys gross me out. I just don’t want to be near sweat in a club.”
Paris Hilton To DJ: Put My CD In And Leave It In
August 18, 2006 – The New York Daily News reports Paris’ subdued launch for her self-titled album at Marquee on Wednesday wasn’t too exciting except for when the deejay dared to play fellow guest Frankie J’s new single, ‘That Girl’. A spy tells Ben Widdicombe, “Paris sent someone over to tell the deejay to put her album back on. She said she was paying him a lot of money to spin.” The deejay ended the song halfway through.
Paris Hilton Needs ‘Fun Time’ For Future Movie Projects
August 17, 2006 – Fametastic reports Paris is learning from Lindsay Lohan’s trouble on the set of ‘Georgia Rule’ by having “fun time” clauses added to any future movie contract. “Paris has a number of projects lined up that she is concerned about because of what happened to Lindsay,” an source explained. “She’s young, she works hard, so she needs her time to let her hair down without the threat of being sued for it. She is currently negotiating over a movie role that will include provision for ‘fun time’ in her working schedule to avoid any misunderstandings either way.”
Paris Hilton Talks With CBS News
August 17, 2006 – Paris tells Drew Levinson of CBS News that her debut album incorporates different rhythms, from hip-hop to dance. “I just want to show the world there is a lot more to me than they may read,” she says. Watch the complete interview for TheShowBuzz.com, and a packaged report for the Evening News, via CBSNews.com below the cut.