Backstreeet Boy Nick Carter is clean and sober. The singer dishes about his substance abuse in his new memoir 'Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It.' In the book, he sorta blames socialite and famous-for-being-famous diva Paris Hilton, who is trying to reinvent herself as a DJ, for his drug problems and for being a bad influence.
If you are a fledgling artist and you want your song to have a chance at being a hit, you best get Lil Wayne on board. Everything that guy touches usually turns to gold. However, it's going to cost you. If you have buckets of cash, then you can likely hire Wayne. So that's just what heiress Paris Hilton did. The wannabe pop star recruited Weezy for her new song 'Last Night.'
Necessity is the mother of invention, and with Kim Kardashian having usurped her famous-for-being-famous celebutante crown, Paris Hilton had to find something else to do with her time and money. She's reinventing herself as a DJ. Well, she's attempting to do so. Footage of her debut set from Brazil's POP Festival has landed online. How does Paris fare as an EDM knob twiddler? Oh, it's bad. Horrifically, unconscionably bad. And no, it's not so bad it's good, either.
For a few years, Paris Hilton was at the forefront of pop culture, and no one really knew why (aside from that pesky sex tape, which also seemed to work well for her BFF-turned-frenemy Kim Kardashian).
She was lanky, rich and had no discernible talent. At her pinnacle, she released an album and an admittedly catchy but much-ignored single, 'Stars Are Blind.' Then she fell off the radar for a while.