His new documentary, This Is Paris, will feature the shocking past of his past and the infamous ‘Airhead’ personality that skyrocketed him to fame.
And on Monday, Paris Hilton proved that she had a blond blonde face behind her as she debuted a sophisticated new look, speaking on the Australian breakfast show Today, Sunrise and The Morning Show.
Swapping his bouncy blow-dry for Sleek Lock and Glossy Plump Pout, the 39-year-old looked sensational as she talked about her new YouTube original film, which premiered on Monday.
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Wow! Paris Hilton proved that she was on the pretext of ‘Nine Blonde’ as she debuted a sophisticated new look while speaking on Channel Nine’s Today show and Seven’s Sunrise and The Morning Show on Monday. Featured in the morning show
Simple Life looked flawless with star-studded blonde locks, sultry smokey eyeshadows, as well as a perfectly controlled base that showcased their strike look.
Paris spoke openly to Sunrise’s entertainment reporter Edwina Bartholomew about why she decided to make the documentary.
‘All this time, I am playing a character, so the world never knows who I am. The real me is someone who is really talented. I’m not a fair white, I’m just too good at pretending to be one, ‘she said.
Asked why she was now ready to be clear about her life, Paris explained: ‘The time had finally come for the world to know who I was.
‘I feel like I’ve done so much … There are a lot of misconceptions and assumptions about me.
‘I don’t want to be remembered as some airhead. The businesswoman I want to honor. ‘
Looking good! The 39-year-old looked sensational as she talked about her new YouTube original film, which premiered on Monday, taking a nap of her bouncy smoke for the sleek lock and glossy plump pout. Picture correct: Paris in New York City on 8 September 2004
Sophisticated! Simple Life looked flawless with star-studded blonde locks, sultry smokey eyeshadows, as well as a perfectly controlled base that showcased their strike look. Pictures at sunrise
‘I’m not a dumb blonde. I’m brilliant ‘: Paris spoke openly about why she decided to make a documentary
Briefly reflecting on her infamous sex tape with then boyfriend Rick Salomon, filmed at the height of their romance in 2001, the Paris star admitted that ‘people were so cruel and evil’.
. How painful it was to deal with. If it had happened today, it would have been a completely different story. ‘
She also acknowledged a personal decline from her fame, confessing: ‘I was very lost and alone. I had to travel continuously, 250 days a year, and I was always surrounded by strangers and cameras.
‘I never had a chance to think about my real life.’
Drawing on the success of his businessman father Richard Hilton and grandfather Baron Hilton, Paris said: ‘My family has been inspiring. It just runs in my blood to be a businessman.
‘People assume I have a silver spoon’: Drawing on the success of his businessman father Richard Hilton and grandfather Baron Hilton, Paris explained: ‘My family has been inspiring. It just runs in my blood to be a businessman ‘
Tell All: Her new documentary, This Is Paris, will offer a glimpse of shocking shock from her past and her infamous ‘Airhead’ personality that skyrocketed her to fame
‘People just assume that I have a silver spoon, and everything is handed over to me, and I have never had to work a day in my life. [But] This is actually the exact opposite. ‘
On today’s show, Paris elaborated on her achievements in business.
The former socialite also revealed that her YouTube documentary, This Is Paris, was initially aimed at her life as a businessman.
However, she revealed that she had a close friendship with the documentary director Alexandra Dean and began speaking about the physical and mental abuse she suffered as a teenager at a boarding school in Utah.
He said, “There are families who have contacted me, who have expelled their children from the school I was in because they saw the trailer of my film.”
‘It is exciting that it is making a difference and will help save the lives of children.’
Passion: On today’s show, Paris elaborated on her achievements as a businessman. Featured in Los Angeles in February 2020
Intention: The former socialite also revealed that her YouTube documentary, This Is Paris, was initially about her life, now aimed as a businessman
The wealthy Parisian parents, Kathy and Richard, sent her to several boarding schools after a rebellious phase after staying at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
Paris spent 11 months at Provo Canyon School, the last in a series of institutions that focus on behavior and mental development.
Between 2011 and 2014, police responded to 56 calls to attack Provo and 25 calls for sexual offenses.
In a statement to the public, the boarding school said: ‘Originally opened in 1971, Provo Canyon School was sold in August 2000 by its previous ownership.
‘Exciting to save children’s lives’: However, she revealed that she became close friends with the documentary’s director Alexandra Dean and spoke about the physical and mental abuse she suffered as a teenager at a boarding school in Utah Started.
‘Therefore we cannot comment on the operation or the patient’s experience before this time.’ MailOnline has contacted the Provo Canyon School for further comment.
Nowhere in the documentary, the successor opened up about ending ‘many abusive relationships’ in his life.
Paris says that she was abused by five people, who were all sweet and kind to her at the beginning of their relationship before making a dramatic change.
Nowadays, Paris is in a ‘safe’ and healthy relationship with entrepreneur Carter Rehm, whom she has been dating for nine months.
This Is Paris is scheduled for release on YouTube on Monday, September 14
Do not miss! This Is Paris is scheduled for release on YouTube on Monday, September 14