BEVERLY HILLS - Paris Hilton recently confided to her hair stylist FuFi Fondue that she is worried sick that people do not care about her anymore.
Fondue, who is regarded as the hair stylist to the stars, asked the fake blonde, do-nothing socialite whatever gave her that idea.
Paris who is widely noted for her constant posing to the side with one shoulder pointing toward the camera(s) replied that ever since her reality show The Simple Life got cancelled and she got into trouble with the law, she feels as if she is on a runaway roller coaster and that someone has pushed the down button.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Paris Hilton who is noted for being one of the biggest flakes on the Left Coast once again has mixed up her metaphors.]
Hilton recently confided to iRumors that after her second reality show The World According To Paris got cancelled that she became so depressed that she actually considered dying her hair black and moving to Egypt.
She was asked by iRumors' Vodka Vermicelli why in the world she would want to move to Egypt and if she even spoke Egyptian?
"No, I don't speak Egyptian," Paris noted.
"Well are you a fan of Egyptian food or what?" Miss Vermicelli asked.
Paris pooched out her lower lip and said that she has never eaten any Egyptian food but she picked Egypt because she has always had a soft spot in her liver for pyramids, camels, desert sand, and hieroglyphics.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Paris the walking Granola Bar (loaded with fruits, nuts, and flakes) meant to say heart instead of liver.]
The celebutante with the hotel name then informed Miss Vermicelli that she had just been approached by the Epitome Network to appear in yet another reality show, this one called Like Gosh What Is That Smell Coming From The Kitchen?
The show which is being produced by the star of Paula's Home Cooking, Paula Deen, 65, of the throw in sum bud-da y'all fame will feature Paris in her own personal kitchen.
Hilton, the "Countess of The Cutting Board" will be shown preparing and cooking up all kinds of dishes that she has basically dreamed up with the help of the big platinum blonde-haired Miss Paula and two of Deen's award-winning cooking cousins, Pensacola Buxtonbrick, 49, and Tallahassee Tippletucker, 52.
SOUND BITE: (No pun intended). Paris was asked if there is anything about her show that she can say will be different from all of the other two dozen or so cooking shows on television. Hilton, posed to one side and replied, that her show will be different in that the food dishes prepared on her show will all contain ingredients.