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Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton, born Feb. 17, 1981 in New York City, is an American socialite. (Photo AP)
Paris Hilton, born Feb. 17, 1981 in New York City, is an American socialite. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Clubs now ask celebs to work harder for money

    Clubs now ask celebs to work harder for money
    There was a $40 cover charge at Enclave in 2009 the night Doug Reinhardt — then-boyfriend of reality TV star Paris Hilton — made a scheduled appearance at the club. People paid it, mostly because they were hoping Hilton would join him, which...
  • Leonardo DiCaprio to Jennifer Lawrence: 7 Biggest Surprises at Cannes Parties

    Cannes 2014 is over, and so are the 11 non-stop nights of Champagne-infused parties that were made all the more merrier thanks to a surplus of booze and shortage of food. Unlike U.S. premieres, movie stars arrive on the Croisette ready to hang loose. Here...
  • V. Stiviano and the art of the paparazzi fashion op

    V. Stiviano and the art of the paparazzi fashion op
    There is a long history in Hollywood of the art of the paparazzi moment as fashion op. And V. Stiviano, the woman in the middle of the firestorm of Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling’s allegedly racist remarks, seems to be falling in line...
  • Oscars Parties: Governors Ball, Elton John and the Inaugural Fame & Philanthropy Party

    Each year as the Oscar ceremony comes to a close, the after parties are just gearing up as Hollywood luminaries celebrate the official end of the awards season. First stop is always the Governors Ball, which is held in a ballroom a few escalator rides...
  • If Paris Hilton were a car company, she'd be Tesla

    Like young bucks at a county fair kissing booth, states are lining up for a chance to court Tesla Motors and its planned $5-billion battery factory. But fair warning, fellas: The intoxicating fragrance of Musk and his money masks a cold business heart....
  • Cyclists, don't start: Organizer says L.A. Marathon Crash Race is off

    Cyclists, don't start: Organizer says L.A. Marathon Crash Race is off
    So is the predawn bicycle sprint down the route of the L.A. Marathon off or on on Sunday? Looks like it’s more off than on. Never officially sanctioned by the city of Los Angeles, officials kind of went along with it for the last few years that...
  • 'Bling Ring' member arrested after allegedly violating parole

    'Bling Ring' member arrested after allegedly violating parole
    One of the leaders of the "Bling Ring" burglary crew, which made headlines for breaking into celebrity homes, has been arrested for allegedly violating his parole, officials said. Nicholas Prugo -- a member of a ring of teens and 20-somethings accused...
  • Peaches Geldof: Celebs react, autopsy set in 'nonsuspicious' death

    Peaches Geldof: Celebs react, autopsy set in 'nonsuspicious' death
    The day after Peaches Geldof's death, authorities are searching in and around the house where the model, writer and socialite was found, with an autopsy scheduled for Wednesday.  After the autopsy, the coroner will open an investigation and decide...
  • Taraborrelli unveils 'The Hiltons' -- and Zsa Zsa too!

    "THE COVETOUS man is always in want," said the ancient Roman poet, Horace. A GREAT big book plopped down on my desk last week. It's titled "The Hiltons: The True Story of an American Dynasty." The author is J. Randy Taraborrelli. Randy has written up...
  • Nicole Richie Lands Series Order, Development Deal At VH1

    Nicole Richie is returning to the reality TV space with #CandidlyNicole, a VH1 show based on her AOL series and her humorous Twitter feed. VH1 has also signed signed a first look/development deal with the star's Honey Child Prods. "Nicole's sharp,...
  • An April Fool's prank Bieber fans will have to see to 'Believe'

    A street artist and electronic musician said Tuesday that he clandestinely removed Justin Bieber's "Believe" CD in stores across Los Angeles and replaced them with fakes as part of an elaborate April Fool's Day stunt. The artist, who goes by the name...