Paris Hilton-One Million Dollar Interview

@mari610 (360)
United States
June 22, 2007 9:23pm CST
I've just learned that NBC has offered to pay Paris Hilton, one million dollars for a post jail interview,scheduled the day after Paris is released from jail.Supposedly Meredith Viera will be doing the interview. In my opinion , this is a total disgrace and NBC should be ashamed of themselves, for even thinking about doing something like this. How many normal everyday people would NBC or any network pay, to do an interview with a "convicted" drunk driver, a spoiled brat who stuck up her nose at the law 3 different times and then whined and moaned when she had to pay for her crime? If NBC had any class or dignity, they'd be donating that money to MADD(mothers against drunk driving) but, then again, there's no revenue for the network if this were done. As for me,I would'nt waste one second of my time tuning in to this "joke" of an interview.Hope your proud NBC.
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• United States
23 Jun 07
I just read today that that's not true. I read that NBC was in line to do an interview with her but it wasn't set in stone. And they didn't offer her $1 million for it either. They told her agent or whatever that they are backing away from doing an interview. So apparently they aren't even wanting to do an interview with her at all now. That's just what I read. I can't say that it's 100% true.
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@morgandrake (2140)
• United States
23 Jun 07
No one watches NBC--they are at the bottom of the ratings. LOL. As for the interview being cancelled, maybe someone wake up and realized how bad it would look.
@mari610 (360)
• United States
23 Jun 07
I'm so glad they decied to cancel this.At least they showed some decency in doing this. Maybe more people will tune into NBC, now,lol
@mari610 (360)
• United States
24 Jun 07
Yes, NBC has cancelled any and all interviews with Paris. but now I see that Larry King will be doing an interview with her on Wednesday. I just don't get it. Although I frequently watch King's programs on CNN, you can be sure, I won't be watching this one. Larry, I thought you had more class. I suppose he'll be getting many unflattering mail on account of this, but then again,since when does the media even care, that we are just plain sick of her?
• United States
23 Jun 07
I have thought I seen hatred when Jane Fonda was called down for giving the Viet Cong a visit back in the 70's but Paris Hilton is hated more then Jane Fonda. Methinks Paris. Please go away and live on some foreign country. Like France.the French like long nosed rich women who have bad taste. You could have A simple Life in France and make the frech look so stupid. Like you did to the poor trusting Americans who thought you trusted you and Nicole. Shame on your boobs for making a mockery of these trusting souls. Karma will tell!
• United States
23 Jun 07
sorry . i meant shame on YOU BOOBS not your boobs.
@lexus54 (3576)
• Singapore
24 Jun 07
Whether this is true or not, I am not surprised by this development. Even if NBC doesn't have her on the network talking about her jail stint, another station will grab at the opportunity. The world revolves around money nowadays. And when a celebrity in involved, television stations, movie producers and book publishers will all want to capitalise on this event to make a fortune from it. I won't be surprised Paris herself will make a financial gain out of this entire saga.