It looks like Lindsay Lohan isn’t the only celeb that is relocating in order to turn her life around. There are now reports that Paris Hilton is also looking into changing her life by changing her address.
The preliminary reports that Paris wanted to turn over a new leaf are starting to look a little more realistic. She has asked her father to help her find a new pad in a quieter, more serene area of Beverly Hills.
There’s nothing like a tropical getaway to wash the jail smell off of you. That’s what Paris Hilton is finding during her current vacation in Maui. The heiress is reportedly enjoying getting leid, and spending some alone time reflecting and recharging.
And she’ll need the extra energy to undertake the legal battles rumored to be mounting. Now that she’s free, it seems as if Paris intends to take issue with the way her legal affairs were handled.
Paris Hilton mania was so upsetting to one American news anchor that she ripped up and attempted to burn a report about the heiress... live on the air.
The fed-up newswoman happened to be Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe. In what has turned into an instant YouTube classic, Mika repeatedly refused to run the story by taking matters into her own hands.
We’ve all seen sibling rivalry. And it must be ten times worse when you’re part of a rich and famous family. But Nicky Hilton has taken it to a new level, given her reaction to sister Paris’ early release.
Apparently fashion designer Nicky had to end her trip to Greece early in order to fly back to the States for Paris’ Welcome Home party. And she wasn’t too happy about it.
Larry King conducted the highly anticipated Paris Hilton post jail interview on Wednesday night (June 27). While not going as far as saying that she has found herself, Paris offered hope in stating "the journey has begun."
Some of the highlights of the interview with the 'Simple Life' star included a resonant "Yes" when asked whether she believes she got a raw deal (after some prodding by King), as well as a confession that she has suffered from claustrophobia for years.
There is no doubt that the Hiltons breathed a collective sigh of relief when Paris was finally released earlier this week. They held a huge welcome home party for her yesterday at the Hilton’s Beverly Hills residence and all kinds of people showed up to encourage the heiress.
"She's very happy to be home - very, very happy. She's going to relax and spend family time,” a family member told press. The almost entirely pink party was accented by balloons, hydrangeas, roses, and a big cake.