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Paris Sounds Professional And Madonna Turns To Jesus In Her Time Of Need

Paris_Hilton_Paid_Professional Guess what somebody claims Paris Hilton used to do for money? I know it's not really that hard to believe but Elizabeth Jawhary, one of the former party girls interviewed in Mark Ebner's upcoming book "Six Degrees Of Paris Hilton" alleges that on occasions when paid to party with men, Paris would be one of other *ahem* paid hostesses ready to service the patron(s).

Ms. Jawhary is quoted saying,

"We would party pretty hard. Paris got naked and the girls would get naked. This was mainly in Vegas. There were times where you would have Ted or Ron come down, and they would pretty much pay for girl-on-girl action. I'd be there. And they'd pay to watch us girls going at it."

Sweet baby duck, I know this is a total rumor and all but is there anything Paris hasn't done and why have people over the years paid her to do stuff? Can't we shut this girl down? She's kinda outsmarting us now by (a) remaining in the headlines and (b) making money from it. Now of course I'm contributing to her notoriety by gossiping about something that may not be true, but I'm not one for using words like hypocrisy in a post because I'm gossiping about people I don't know y'all. It's fun and I feel marginally superior for about fifteen minutes when reading celebrity foibles and fuck-ups and seriously, it does the ego good.

So yes, this retired party girl claims Paris also did it for money and if that's true, it probably just meant Paris's allowance wasn't big enough to maintain her lifestyle. Because we all know it's expensive for Paris to maintain her seventeen dogs and all. Personally, I don't care if Paris did do it for money, I'm more shocked that I keep reading about her and somehow she remains famous.

Madonna_jesus_luz_adoption Now someone I'm never disappointed to read about is Madonna. She scares the dickens out of me and I'd never want to cross her in real life for fear that she'd crush me with her scary arms.

According to a source who talked to the News of the World, Madonna is looking to her ridiculously young boyfriend Jesus Luz to help her with this entire adoption business. I'm not sure an adoption agency would consider a boy-toy a stable member of the family unit, but maybe Madge can softsell him as a manny?

Anyhow, distressed from the Malawi rejection, the source says about Madonna's next adoption attempt, "Failure is not an option. Madonna wouldn't be able to take rejection for the second time." Which makes me scared for the panel at her next adoption application. The source also says Madonna is turning to Nigeria as a possible place to adopt.  And now I'm scared for Nigeria.

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Just Shireen

I'm more shocked that I keep reading about her and somehow she remains famous.

Ug, me too! I can't figure it out. Why do people care about her?

motherbumper

I KNOW! Yet I cannot help myself when I see her name fly across the ticker with something salacious and totally gossipy like this. I wonder if they have meds for this kind of affliction?

TwoBusy

Score one for Malawi.

Her Bad Mother

It's like Speidi - you just CAN'T LOOK AWAY.

mamatulip

Paris Hilton is the ultimate trainwreck. And Madonna is getting there, too.




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