Paris Hilton is an American celebutante, actress, television personality and singer. She is also the granddaughter of the founder of Hilton Hotels, Conrad Hilton. Paris was born in New York, but grew up in Beverly Hills California. In a recent interview, LARagMag magazine editors Alexander Ali and Lynn Warren cut through what makes Paris a celebutante. According to the editors, Paris Hilton is unvaryingly the celebutante, and not just a celebutante. For many people, admirers and critics alike, Paris Hilton is the goddess or pinnacle of being famous for precisely nothing. To some, Paris is famous and adored because she is rich. One occasion in Paris Hilton’s life that was watched closely with bated breath, was when she went to prison. That moment seemed like a lifetime movie made for TV. The event was huge; it even seemed like an Oscar event. If she wanted, she could have released a movie or an album title “Paris Hilton – Life of an Heiress”.
Perhaps the one and only achievement Paris attained in her jailing experience was making the idea of going to jail cool. This is something, even Robert Downey could not achieve. The life of Paris Hilton as a celebutante began when she was still a girl. Her mother always wanted her to marry a rich man and become powerful. Paris Hilton went ahead to marry a very rich man, but that in itself did not give her fame that she so much desired. Paris also tried modeling and everything else, but, all came to naught. Kathy Paris, her mother decided to once and for all promote her daughter via the numerous parties she hosted. From the onset, the publicist behind Paris would invite celebrities to come and meet Paris. Paris would then be photographed with these celebrities. Next, Paris began attending far flung events in the big apple such as the New York fashion week and parties; this made her a household name in New York.
Paris also needed a little of the Hollywood magic, it is the Hollywood magic that really put her over her top. Paris made several moves in Hollywood, in spite of the fact that only a few people knew about her, besides being rich and fabulous. Paris was later featured on E’s “The Simple Life” reality Show. The show put her on lime light, making her the celebutante. According to Alexander Ali and Lynn Warren, the life of Paris post-prison has proven to be very different from what many people expected. Most people expected her to be a Princess Diana, a giver or a philanthropist, instead Paris turned back to her old ways. She began drinking heavily and making paid appearance in parties. Perhaps the only thing that changed about Paris post-prison was her publicist. Alexander Ali and Lynn Warren do not hold much optimism for a celebutante Paris, 10-years from now. The two argue that she may well be like Joan Rivers or Suzanne Sommers or be on QVC TV selling handbags or perfume or complaining about something.