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Paris Hilton vacationed in Traverse City and all we got was this stupid blog post | The Scene
F rom humanoid diplomacy to a canine refugee crisis, now, with news that chihuahuas are replacing pit bulls as the breed most often left at Californian shelters. Animal welfare workers are calling it "the Paris Hilton syndrome", after the celebutante whose obsessive acquisition of handbag-portable dogs has inexplicably encouraged their popularity among people who don't actually house the mutts in chandelier-hung scale models of their Beverly Hills mansions. On the basis that celebrity animals are far more important than civilian ones, this column has been wont to focus on the Hilton menagerie, seeing it as a looming Malthusian catastrophe, whose chihuahua population would eventually increase too quickly for its resources, leaving weaker, less well-represented species — such as Paris's ferrets, monkeys and goats — at risk of poverty and starvation. By now, you will be desperate for good news. So take heart, because it turns out that Knocked Up star Katherine Heigl has a foundation that runs a programme called Heigl's Hounds of Hope — honestly — and that she recently arranged for nearly 70 chihuahuas to be fitted with miniature coats and airlifted to New Hampshire on a pets-only airline — honestly — where they will live free or die. Metaphorically, of course. Thanks to other donors, Colorado and New York will soon take their first shipments of California's displaced chihuahuas, and animal welfare professionals confirm they are now actively seeking assistance from the entertainment industry that did so much to precipitate the problem.
The Revision of Paris Hilton's Story Is Missing Something: Her History With the N-Word
This is previously undisclosed information that the documentary teases out over much of its minute running time. At various points, she describes being pulled out of her bed and recounts being fed pills without knowing their exact medicinal contents. The allegations, though, can be both true and not the whole story, both revelatory and handled imperfectly by the filmmaker. It insists there is more to Hilton than the vapid, entitled blonde character she says she devised for The Simple Life , the reality show that helped shoot the heiress to fame and ceased airing 13 years ago.
Paris Whitney Hilton born February 17,  is an American media personality, businesswoman, socialite , model, singer, actress, and DJ. She is a great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton , the founder of Hilton Hotels. David Lachapelle soon photographed her for the September issue of Vanity Fair. Her late-night persona and reputation as a socialite made her a fixture of tabloid journalism, and Hilton was proclaimed "New York's leading It Girl " in In , she starred in the horror film House of Wax.