Posted by April MacIntyre
Feb 18, 2011, 23:59 GMT
When you're rich and famous, the last person to know that the bloom is off the rose, and that the heat has faded and gone is the person of the moment themselves.
02/17/2011 - Paris Hilton - © christopher smith / PR Photos
And then you've got a Tara Reid situation or a Charlie Sheen Def-Con 5 melt-down moment, where desperate measures are taken for any headlines, dignity be damned.
And that is exactly what we have with Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan, two ex Google index queens who have each reached the nadir of fame, and will unfortunately grab any opportunity now to claim a paid gig.
In all fairness to Hilton, she lasted longer than Lohan, who has pretty much ruined her chances of ever being taken seriously in her craft of acting. There are so many wonderful actresses of her age range and level of appearance, that her best hope is a reality TV show or stealing Stephanie Courtney's brilliant "Flo the cashier" role for Progressive auto insurance commercial, if that.
Hilton is too busy being faux-fêted in all sorts of ostensibly jet-setty places for her 30th birthday, even after someone allegedly "stole" her cake.
DJ Paz sneaked past security and made off with Paris' $2000+ absinthe-spiked cake. Paz, who said he got into the party in the Hollywood Hills with his 'well-connected' friend Kevin, showed off a photo of the three-tiered cake bearing the name 'Paris' as it sat on his kitchen table.
Fame-whoring Hilton is to have allegedly have another paid-for-appearance to celebrate her birthday yet again in a New York club on Thursday night and will celebrate her 30th yet again on Saturday in Los Angeles at another joint we won't name.
As for Sheen, he's busy keeping Dan Patrick entertained with his take on 9/11, showing up for work when everyone is on hiatus (because of him), and being bored by sobriety.
Perhaps he should be made to watch his CBS "Two and a Half Men" show "Clockwork Orange" rehabilitation style until he is cured.
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