Paris Hilton wants to reproduce. Soon. The partying heiress insists she’d be a “great mother” — but the 25-year-old says she doesn’t want to wait long because she doesn’t want to be an “old mom.”
“I know in my heart of hearts I would be a great mother,” Hilton told the London Mirror. “I have a lot of beautiful animals that I look after and I feel that I would have a lot to give to my children. . . . And I don’t want to be an old mom — hopefully it’ll happen soon, within the next five years.”
And, despite her reputation for being a skimpily clad man-killer, Hilton insists she’s cautious when it comes to her love life.
“One-night stands are not for me,” she said. “I think it’s gross when you just give it up. Guys want you more if you don’t just hand it to them on a platter. If they want you, then they will wait. You have to make them work for it.”
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Hilton also had harsh words for her former best friend and “Simple Life” co-star, Nicole Richie. “I only want friends who are there for me just like I’m there for them. Otherwise it’s too painful,” she said. “I brought Nicole on to ‘The Simple Life,’ and all of a sudden she became this different person. She dropped her old friends and she’s someone else.”
The Rocket Man has had yet another outburst.
Elton John — who is becoming better-known for his obscenity-laced tirades than his music — has erupted yet again. This time, the target of his ire is soccer's World Cup, and England’s loss to Portugal .
Hours after watching England’s defeat, John used his concert stage to call his team “a [bleeping] disgrace.”
“There has not been an outstanding player at this World Cup,” John said, and then laid into England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson, “And I do not even want to talk about that [bleeping] Sven Goran Abba-dabba.”
The crowd was far from offended; in fact, after the comments, the audience gave John a standing ovation. And the admiration was mutual. Noted John: “As always, the England fans have been fantastic. They have been let down by the team and let down by people earning 125,000 pounds [about $230,000] a week. It is a disgrace.”
Notes from all over
Star Jones Reynolds’ Web site is helpfully supplying the names and addresses of her former bosses at ABC who fired her from “The View,” including that of Barbara Walters. . . . Madonna’s son Rocco Ritchie looked quite unhappy about being dragged off to the Kabbalah Centre recently. . . . Gisele Bundchen is worried that she’s starting to look her age. “I definitely feel that I had more men hitting on me in the past,” the 25-year-old Brazilian model told the London Sun. “When I was younger, maybe 15 or 16, for sure. Maybe I am not as good looking. I don’t know. Maybe my age has started showing? I take off my sunglasses and I’m 25.”
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