Paris Hilton’s biggest fan is — Paris Hilton.
Birthday visitors to the partying heiress’ home in the Hollywood Hills were startled to see the number of portraits of Paris Hilton.
“Upon entry, guests were handed silver pens and told to write gushing messages on a gigantic portrait of the ever-modest party hostess,” a reporter from the London Mirror noted.
Hanging in the living room was an enormous picture of Hilton, and when guests entered the dining room — yet another “gargantuan” portrait of the heiress.
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Revelers were treated to fortune cookies, and the message inside each of them was the same: “Happy Birthday Paris.”
Royal wedding on the way?
Is Prince William heading for a wedding?
The U.K. tabs seem to think so, and are claiming that the military police have been informed of the second-in-line’s intentions to marry his long-time girlfriend, Kate Middleton.
The two met in 2001 and have been dating since 2003, but did not go public with their relationship until 2004. A spokesman for the royal denies that the couple is engaged.
Royal watchers are alarmed at the attention surrounding Middleton, and hope that she doesn’t get hounded by the media like another woman who married into the royal family, Princess Diana.
Notes from all over
Is Mariah Carey switching to country music? For her film, she is. The crooner was on stage in Nashville recently, blasting out “Right to Dream,” a country tune she co-wrote with Willie Nelson, but it’s for the flick “Tennessee” she’s shooting there. “People were weeping on the crew when she sang it,” Aaron Woodley told Tennessean.com . “It’s very moving, especially in the context of the film and her character.” . . . The biological father of Madonna’s adopted son, David, is eager to see him when the singer visits Africa. “I can’t wait to hold him in my arms again. I want to see if he still recognizes me after all this time,” Yohane Banda said, reports the Irish Examiner. “I want to see if he still looks like me with all the British food he is eating.” ...Jennifer Hudson has big plans for her Oscar. “I want to put it in its own case with theme music when you open it up,” the Dreamgirls star said, reports WENN. “He needs some clothes, I want to give him an afro... Don’t tell the Academy!”
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