Not entirely sure if she’s still relevant, but Paris Hilton made her debut as a DJ this weekend in Sao Paulo, Brazil for the Pop Music Festival.
Donning sequin headphones, fingerless black gloves and diamante suspenders with an embellished satin corset, she also debuted her new song Last Night at the start of her set.
While I’m not entirely sure how I feel about a Djing Paris Hilton (I still think it’s weird), it looks like she had a fun time as she later tweeted:
“Wow! What an incredible night! So happy you all loved my set! Loved watching you all smile & dance! One of the best night’s of my life!”
HMM. If you’re still as confused as I am about this news, here’s video proof of her Dj-ing in front of a HUGE crowd.
DailyMail is reporting that over 18,000 people tuned out to the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena.
A show insider is quoted saying, “The scenes down here are crazy. There are around 18,000 people here and the numbers are growing by the second. There’s gridlock on the freeways into the venue, its absolute chaos. These auditions are going to be going on well into the night — there are a lot of people to get through.”
Of course 18,000 people showed up for the auditions as an opportunity to show off their artistic talents. Well that, plus if they win, they will receive a$5 Million record deal from Sony Music plus a huge plethora of endorsement deals.
So good luck!
Several young girls fainted and were trampled by a crowd of about 5,000, reports New Zealand Herald. Paramedics were forced to deal with a huge crowd of unruly girls in order to help the injured. All of those who suffered injuries were treated at the scene.
The free concert was cancelled after concerns over further injuries. Many of the fans had slept there overnight for Bieber’s only Australian gig, due to be held at 7.40am (AEST).
Beibers has tweeted that he is “just as disappointed as everyone else.”
“I woke up this morning to the police cancelling the show for safety reasons.”
“I love my fans … I love it here in Australia … and I want to sing.”
By the way, in case you haven’t seen it, check out our interview with Justin Bieber below!
It only took ten seconds last night for the Olympic Alexisonfire concert in Vancouver to get shut down by chaotic fans, reports the Vancouver Sun.
The concert held in Yaletown LiveCity was brought to a fast halt after fans knocked down a barricade separating the crowd from the stage. The crowd then surged forward toward the band, injuring 20 crowd members and hospitalizing nine.