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.
The incident occurred in New Jersey this week at a trailer park where the video was being shot. The 23 year old man was already thrown off the set twice for sneaking onto the set and yelling “I can be a better dancer!” reports TMZ. He returned a third time and threw an egg at a cop.
Understandably, the police were not amused, and they chased him down and arrested him. The guy has been released from jail.
We are curious on his motives. Was he insane? Did he want to be in the video? Is he just an ass? So many questions left to be answered.
The famous ‘Home Alone’ house is for sale, E Online reports.
The house of adventures, where a young Macaulay Culkin fought off many burgling criminals, will definitely cost you though.
According to a press release, the Chicago-area home, described as “a piece of cinematic history and refined Georgian charm,” is going for $2.4 million. Yes, that’s a lot, but it’s actually way less than I would have thought. I mean, it’s cinematically famous!
The previous owner, John Abendshien, had great things to say about his soon-to-be former house.
“This property has been home to our family for more than 20 years, and has been a perfect location for us to raise our daughter,” he says. “There is such a strong sense of community in Winnetka and we will always have fond memories of the fun we’ve had here and the many people we’ve come to know and love.”
Built in the 1920′s, the residence has four bedrooms, including the “attic bedroom,” and two grand suites. A four-room master suite, which spans the entire west wing of the home, provides ample comfort and privacy. The house also features a large sunroom, spacious master bath and an elegant sitting room with built-in bookcases, a wood-burning fireplace with a carved marble mantle.
So if you’re into movie houses and have lots of dough to spend, go for it.
TMZ also reports that staff working on the set of Sheen’s show would be immediately fired if they leaked information about Sheen to the press, but an anonymous source spoke up.
Charlie’s sober coach was also on hand throughout the day. Sheen is apparently taking rehab seriously and went back the facility after work.
It’s take two for Terry Gilliam and Johnny Depp’s film, “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.”
Seven years ago, the film’s production was shut down just five days into filming after a slew of misfortunes, including the set washing away in a flash flood.
Despite their past trials, the “Fear And Loathing” team “are now confident that they can finish the production this time,” according to Hello Magazine.
Depp will play “advertising executive who travels back in time.”
Their first failed attempt was the subject of the 2002 documentary, “Lost in La Mancha.”