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Paris' Pizza Boy Dropped by Agency

12/19/2007 7:19 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Alex Vaggo aka Pizza BoyHold the pepperoni! TMZ has exclusively learned that Paris' former boytoy, Alexander Vaggo, has been dropped by Nous Model Management. Time to make the pizzas -- again!

A rep for Nous told TMZ that Alex was fired because he wouldn't return their phone calls. But Alex and his manager claim the decision was mutual -- because they say Nous only submitted Vaggo for commercial work -- and they have their eyes on bigger things. Like Hilton money?!

Alex Vaggo is destined to be as big a star as Paris ... Latsis! 'Memba him?!

UPDATE: David Todd of Nous Model Management tells TMZ "Alexander Vaggo was dropped by the agency due to his lack of communication. This is a business where models need to be reachable 24/7. In his second week of representation by our agency, we secured a booking with top designer Alexander McQueen who is the epitome of high fashion; hardly a commercial client. The fact of the matter is the long journey to success in the entertainment industry can be filled with mistakes and learning your best lessons the hard way. When someone is lucky enough to catch a big break after being in Los Angeles for fifteen seconds, often times they are not equipped with the professional skills and knowledge required to sustain a long and successful place in the entertainment industry. We wish Mr. Vaggo much success in all his future endeavors."

UPDATE: Vaggo's rep tells TMZ "Alex has new representation exclusively with Andrew Broz. Alex Vaggo feels that Andrew is able to spend more quality time and understands the goals that he is setting to ensure a more sustainable career. We wish Nous Model management all the best in their future endeavors. "


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Angie    

LOL. Is anyone excepting applications for for "Pizza Hut?"

2406 days ago
17.

Kathryn    

For 'journalists' you guys have pretty bad grammar: the " Paris' " of your title should read Paris's - the s' is only used when the noun is possessive AND plural - as in "my parents' house"
Double check it next time.

2406 days ago
18.

Nik    

please, everyone knows paris got him that modeling gig and now that she's through with him, so is the modeling agency. i hope paris dies before she procreates

2406 days ago
19.

Fred    

He's a pizza boy he didn't know how to put a bun in her oven.

2406 days ago
20.

AND_LV    

I thought ,Simply it was frightened that its roll after her oven would be burnt, therefore did't show own culinary abilities...

2406 days ago
21.

Ooooo Noooo!    

Fame is a fickle mistress, getting the ride up is sometimes pure luck -- staying on top and ridding that pony for any length of time is the tough trick. There are lots of pretty boys (and girls) out there -- its the "buzz" that makes the demand for one over all the others. If Vaggo is going anywhere other than back to the pizza parlor he needs to make the club scene and be seen with another hot babe or at least a famous cougar. If not, the only offers he'll get will be for Gay porn.

2406 days ago
22.

St pooch    

whatever man. He's got some looks and height . paris got fame and money. it's nothing connect with normal people. just talking & watching them is like feeding them to become more richier . also giving your money to people surround them.

2406 days ago
23.

Karin    

KATHRYN, if you're gonna play grammar police, you better know what you're talking about. I'm a writer and I have the Associated Press Guide to Punctuation right here. Check out page 12: Names ending in S - Singulars, that is - to make possessive, just add an apostrophe: Achilles' heel, Socrates' question... Spelling it Paris's would not have been wrong, both are acceptable, but that doesn't mean TMZ was wrong - though they are a lot.

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