Carson Daly joked during his ‘Last Call’ monologue on Tuesday night, “Last week, Paris Hilton has a record apparently coming out, and one of the songs was leaked onto the internet. Not a good sign for Paris. For the first time in history, the internet actually leaked it back.”
Paris Hilton’s Single
June 14, 2006 – Conan O’Brien joked during his Late Night monologue on Tuesday night, “Hey, Paris Hilton’s in the news. In a recent interview, Paris Hilton says she’s single for the first time in her life. Yeah. Experts say now we’re finally gonna see the carefree, sexually liberated Paris Hilton.”
Paris Hilton Beating Christina Aguilera In Her Home Turf
June 8, 2006 – Paris’ debut single ‘Stars Are Blind’ topped the KIIS FM ‘Top 9@9’ countdown on Monday for the first time after steadily rising last week. Every day since its release, Hilton’s single has topped Christina’s comeback effort ‘Ain’t No Other Man’, which was #4 last night.
Paris Hilton Mobbed For Autographs In New York City
June 13, 2006 – Paris was videotaped signing some autographs to her fans, or more likely autograph resellers, from inside her SUV in New York City earlier today after an appearance on ‘The Regis and Kelly Show’. Things went smoothly until an older fan started getting frantic while waiting for her to sign. Footage at splash-video.com requires an account.
Paris Hilton’s Album Coming Out
June 13, 2006 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Monday night, “Paris Hilton has an album coming out, and she’s going to be going out on tour. How about that? I believe the name of her world concert tour is ‘Skankapalooza’.”
Paris Hilton Lets Sick Children Down
June 11, 2006 – The Courier Mail reports that despite making promises before the media to organize a star-studded benefit concert in Los Angeles to raise much-needed funds for the Gold Coast charity Paradise Kids in 2004, the group, which supports seriously ill children and their families, hasn’t heard from Paris since. “I don’t want to dump on Paris,” said Paradise Kids co-founder Reverend Dr Ian Mavor. “She was a lovely person and I think she was well-intentioned at the time. We really enjoyed her coming to see the kids. It was a thrill for them and, sadly, a couple of them have since died.” Rev Mavor added, “The promise hasn’t amounted to anything – nothing, not a penny. We really needed the funds.” The full story at news.com.au has since been removed.