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I love when people rally around Paris Hilton in support of the “marketing genius” she is. Hayden Panettiere has recently been interviewed and asked about Paris Hilton, since they have been friends for the last couple of years now, which makes sense since Hayden is 19 and Paris is 27. Hayden says that Paris is much more level-headed then the dumb “character” she has to play everyday. She said, “She’s a nice girl and a lot brighter then people give her credit for but no one sees her like that because she plays this character all the time. She’s a marketing genius!”
Paris Hilton is a marketing genius as much as lottery winners are “financial experts.” It kind of just happened by luck. And, if Paris was such a great “actress” by playing dumb every day how come her movies, television appearances, and other “acting gigs” suck?
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Hayden Panettiere may be a little slow on the draw, but she’s finally come to the realization that we, the American public (sorry Canada), have eyes and these eyes, my friends, are able to see her. With that said, Hayden finally got it off her chest that she doesn’t have a model’s body. How do I know this? Uh, because Hayden said, “I don’t have a model’s body” in the recent issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine and, for some reason, recapped by Us Weekly
Hayden continues on by telling us that she’s not one of those crazy girls who thinks she’s fat and yet she can still rock her body. I, personally, would translate that into, “I am one of those girls who thinks she’s fat and I cannot rock this midget body.” Just guessing.
I actually started to read this article, but as soon as she said, “…I don’t drink” I immediately stopped reading. Nice try, Hayden, but you are much more interesting if you are drunk or suffer from some type of disorder. Notice how we hardly care about Lindsay anymore? Learn from this. Get drunk. Get hot. Go to rehab. Rinse. Lather. Repeat.
So all those kids from Hero’s were out at the “Elevate Hope Foundation’s Bowling for the Arts Celebrity Games” the other night. I’m not really sure what any of that means, but I’m assuming it has something to do with trying to convince people to make a sequel to “Hope Floats.” One can only assume at this point. Anyway, every had a great time bowling. That is, everyone except that little minx Hayden Panettiere. You know that she’s totally that girl that’s all “You guys, I’m not bowling. No, I said I’m not. Stop, it’s stupid. What? I’ll ruin my dress.” Yeah she’s totally that douche bag who wears a prom gown to a bowling alley because, you know, that makes sense.
Everyone else didn’t have a problem bowling. You know, “That Kid” bowled and so did “That Chinese Kid” along with “That Girl from that Other Show that Was on that Random Channel” and even “That Other Dude Who Kinda Looks Familiar, but This May Be His First Role.” Clearly you can tell I’ve never seen the show and don’t really know who these people are. Unless it’s reality show (preferably one that’s based in California, even more specifically…in “the hills
” of California) I’m probably not watching. Anyway, I’m sure this really was for a good cause. I sure hope they make another “Hope Floats.”
Hayden Panettiere Won’t Bowl. Bitch.
Hayden Panettiere was busy this past weekend pumping gas while in LA. I feel compelled to post pictures like this because (1) it’s absolutely pointless and (2) it reminds me of those magazine titles.
So what magazine titles you ask? You know the ones that show pictures of celebrities
doing random things like pumping gas, carrying groceries, and holding coffee? The caption to those pictures is always, “They’re Just Like Us!” Look at Halle Berry tripping on the sidewalk…JUST LIKE US! Seriously? Who cares. Also, they’re NOT just like us. They are way better than us
because they’re rich and they’re famous and that makes them way better than us. If you had a picture of me walking down the street with an iced coffee and Brad Pitt walking down the street with an iced coffee I would not say he is “just like me.” He is better than me because he’s rich. It’s simple math, my friends. The more money you have than someone the better you are as a person. Now take these lessons that you’ve learned here today and teach your children. It’s better that they learn at a young age.