It turns out the ignorant tweet from Paris Hilton about Nelson Mandela that went viral turned out to be faked.
Celebrity Beef of the Day: TV's Don Draper is the latest celebrity to come out swinging against the growing trend of rewarding vapid, valueless individuals with unwarranted attention.
"Whether it's Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated," Jon Hamm told Elle UK. "Being a f*cking idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you're rewarded significantly."
Last year, actor Daniel Craig made a similar splash when he took issue with the Kardashians making millions off "behav[ing] like a f*cking idiot on television."
In the same interview, Hamm also bemoaned the modern model of "beauty," which he believes should be closer to the curves of co-star Christina Hendricks. "Those of us who live in real life realize, especially as we get older, that beauty isn't just 22 years old, blonde, skinny with big t*ts."
Epic Story Time of the Day: "I Crashed Paris Hilton's Birthday And Accidentally The Whole Cake": LA musician PAZ tells the thrilling tale of how he crashed Paris Hilton's 30th birthday party (oh, btw, Paris Hilton is 30-year-old today) and stole a $2000 birthday cake from under her surgically-enhanced nose.
Its getting late. As the party thins out, I glance