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Paris Hilton -- Best Singer in Hollywood?!

7/30/2007 2:00 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

It's tough for an ex-con to find work, but Paris Hilton's got herself a job! She's singing in a full-fledged movie musical! Is the world taking crazy pills?
Paris Hilton
Ms. Hilton has been cast in "Repo! The Genetic Opera," a futuristic thriller about the last humans on earth -- who need organ transplants to survive. The film's clearly tone deaf producer, tells Variety, "We saw many actresses for the role, and Paris sang it better than all of them." Huh? The director, Darren Lynn Bousman, jumped onto the Hilton-can-sing bandwagon as well, saying, "I have auditioned at least 30 actresses for this role -- Paris came in and owned it." Does that mean she paid?

Hilton's also back in the recording studio lately, so expect a whole lotta Paris' warbling in the near future. Joy.

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susan    

Stay BEAUTIFUL Paris!
Ignore all the stupid haters...
they are only jealous!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2448 days ago
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DD    

Paris-ite in a musical? Oh, Gawd, I want to claw out my eyes. Why won't she just go away?

2444 days ago
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poordogs    

I actually think her CD was good!
I think she will bring in a lot of people and that is partly why they cast her.
she is trying hard she really never has to work a day in her life but she has done a lot.
Everyone has their own taste
Good Luck Paris!

2426 days ago
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deelicious    

hey at least she's trying and not out running around Hollywood drunk and outta control running over people's legs.

2452 days ago
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mickey    

organ transplants, huh? do they transport the herpes while they are at it?

2452 days ago
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Snarksnarksnark    

Who greenlights this crap?????
Besides, it may not find a distributor. Hope, Hope; Pray, Pray.

2452 days ago
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Cindy    

acccccccccckkk!

2452 days ago
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Parents Need to Know    

WHO CARES what this piece of lying trash is doing. I'd be more interested in reading she threw herself down the Grand Canyon.

She's so last year!

2452 days ago
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Ladybug    

I would rather listen to cats in heat

2452 days ago
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Mr. Bean    

Directors ALWAYS praise their actors - that's part of the business.
Even a third-class action movie director says "oh he was an excellent actor and very talented" and such crab.

2452 days ago
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Mr. Bean    

Paris' series "The Simple Life" has been dropped by the E! network.

ET has confirmed E!'s decision to drop the show from its line up next year.

2452 days ago
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Amy    

Good for her. People should reserve judgment until they see how she does.

2452 days ago
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Only swim in the Ocean    

This looks right, empty theater night after night. what is this guy thinking

2452 days ago
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cmb21    

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE....... don't subject us to this. I'm imploring radio stations (KIIS fm, this means YOU), advertising, TV to PLEASE not ruin our lives and our ears by mass producing this crap. I do not want to hear it playing in the background at the Grove or on KIIS when I roll into my local Kwik-e-Mart (sorry, 7-11). Do I need to beg publicly? Because I will. Name the place and I will grovel for the good of mankind.

2452 days ago
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Parents Need to Know    

I'd say Her "AIR-ASS" is history. She might as well stick with 'porn"!

Why Paris the disgrace is losing her £25m inheritance
by PAUL SCOTT - More by this author » Last updated at 14:59pm on 30th July 2007

The Daily Mail

U.S. sources confidently predict she will quadruple the £3.5 million the business bible Forbes estimates she earned last year. Which is just as well because her behaviour has so appalled her grandfather and head of the Hilton clan, Barron Hilton, that he has cut off her £25 million inheritance.

Hilton senior, the only member of the family left with a sizeable stake in the huge hotel chain, has let it be known that he intends to donate to charity the £1 billion he will gain from this month's sale of the company to private equity firm Blackstone.

The money will go to the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, the charity set up in the name of the founder of the family business. The 79-year-old patriarch is said to have told his high-living family that he is cutting Paris loose - and for good measure his other 11 grandchildren, too, none of whom will now benefit from the windfall. Instead, he is determined to carry on the family tradition for philanthropy.

"He was, and is, extremely embarrassed by how the Hilton name has been sullied by Paris," says Jerry Oppenheimer, the author of House Of Hilton, the biography of the clan. "He doesn't want to leave unearned wealth to his family."

2452 days ago
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