Paris is *Gasp* Smart -- Updated*Part of: Gossip , Hollywood , LA , Paris Hilton
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I would really rather make fun of Paris Hilton than give her props. Actually, writing this is really annoying me but the girl does have some brains. No, I'm not talking about how she's acted during the whole jail fiasco or her DUI or any of that. I'm just saying that she's not as dumb as she acts. I know for a fact that Paris does have a dumb girl act where she talks in her whispery Marilyn Monroe voice. Her real voice is a lot deeper and it's really funny to hear her go from whispery dumb blonde to cursing like a sailor in her regular voice.
Also, Paris is very strong and definitely strong enough to deal with being in solitary confinement in jail. If she was strong enough to be on time for filming The Hottie and the Nottie the day after ParisExposed.com came out, then she's a survivor. Is Paris strong enough to deal with
life jail sans psychotropic drugs ? No.
Contrary to popular belief Paris does work, and she works hard. I'm still not convinced that Nicky Hilton works much at all, though.
It's probably true that Paris is freezing in jail--or was when she was in solitary confinement. Paris does get cold very easily. Remember this?
Click the Link Below to read some more facts vs. fictions. Let's just say that US Weekly isn't always right
US Weekly reported:
A rep for Endeavor declined to say anything more than "Paris is no longer a client."
An US source, however, explains, "There was a lot of tension between Paris and her agents for a while. Her legal messes have totally consumed her, and she was always a difficult client."
The agency helped Paris, who was visited in jail Tuesday by her parents, expand her brand with a fragrance line, endorsements, and even an acting role in House of Wax. Says the source, "The goal was to make her the Martha Stewart of her generation. It just didn't work out that way."
Paris' fragrance line was released in 2004 with before she was repped by Endeavor. She also did House of Wax before she came there. She signed with Endeavor on April 22, 2005, so they could hardly have gotten her an acting gig for a movie that was released May 6, 2005. I guess that US Weekly doesn't have the best fact checkers.
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