New Paris Hilton Autopsy Sculpture Unveiled

Saturday, 28 April 2007


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Party girl Paris looked at her statue and found fault with it

A new statue of Paris Hilton has been unveiled at a New York museum. In the statue, a naked Paris Hilton is laid out on a table with her inards exposed. The golden statue wears a tiara and her dog is on top of her, also in a tiara. The organs are displayed as if the subject is undergoing an autopsy.

The artist responsible is the same one who made a statue last year of Britney Spears giving birth on a bearskin rug.

When asked what she thought of the statue, Britney was shocked. "Paris died? No one told me. Who's gonna take care of Tinkerbell? How come Paris didn't call me and tell me she was dead? We were supposed to go party this weekend."

Paris Hilton's reaction to the statue was not much different. "If that's supposed to be me, they didn't get it right cuz I'm not dead yet. They've got my cell phone in the wrong hand and I don't wear crowns like that. My guts also don't look that gross. I also don't let Tinkerbell crawl on my breasts like that when I'm naked because it scratches."

When asked if they got her private parts correct in the naked sculpture, Paris was not disturbed. "Everyone knows what I look like without my clothes anyway. He did get the birthmarks right."

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