Paris Hilton is delusional

Suprise, suprise. Paris Hilton is once again going around making moronic statements in interviews. Rather than explain it, some direct quotes will suffice. Hey, over here, shoot me now.

We meet again on a balcony at the Sanderson hotel, surrounded by fashion shrubbery, with Hilton, 25, in a floor-length ball gown and outsize white-rimmed sunglasses. My first question is, what happened? “I know, right?â€? she giggles. “Things got, huge.â€? And you let them? “Yes, I did.â€? But why? “Because there’s nobody in the world like me,â€? she says, smiling lazily. “I think every decade has an iconic blonde — like Marilyn Monroe or Princess Diana — and right now, I’m that icon.â€?

“They did a poll in the States asking people who they’d most like to see at a party — and it was me.â€?

If true, this would be most depressing. It would mean she beat out women like Jenna Jameson. There is no way you can call yourself an iconic blonde when you can’t even give decent head. And this poll she speaks of. They did a poll for me too. It read: “Which person’s ass would you most like to lick?” I came in second behind Paris Hilton. Damn she’s clever.

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17 years ago

I am sick and tired of this arrogent little witch comparing herself to Marilyn Monroe. She has absolutely nothing in common with Marilyn and never will. Marilyn had class, elegance, compassion and a brain, something Paris can only wish she had. So much for the admiration of Marilyn by Paris, why on earth does Paris think burying this goat in a crypt beside Marilyn is classy, elegant or smart????? This just goes to show how brainless Paris is. And don’t get me started about Princess Diana, Paris “Save the Children” of a 3rd world country if you want to do… Read more »

Arne Sahlen, Canada
Arne Sahlen, Canada
17 years ago

Like Marilyn Monroe, Paris Hilton rose to fame via public fixations. But Marilyn had magnitudes more depth, integrity and talent than Paris shows so far. Many best-in-the-business types ranked Marilyn among the most gifted of her peers. It’s our fault (not yours or mine personally! Ours overall) for letting a spoiled rich girl have her way with the media. Why not enact a two-year ban on Paris Hilton reporting!? Let’s focus on real people, however they look and dress, making a difference in this world – an area where Marilyn shone too! (See *below) Thank you. Arne Sahlen — (responses:… Read more »

17 years ago

Arne, I’m impressed with your insight into Marilyn Monroe. I am a believer in those that come into this world and overcome major hurdles/struggles often become teachers to the masses. I’m not sure if P. Hilton has ever had to struggle much nor overcome hardships.
In agreement.