Earlier this year Paris Hilton tried to bully her way back into the public's consciousness by releasing a song called 'Drunk Text.' It didn't quite work, and the tune was quickly pulled from YouTube after being panned by everybody with ears.
Remember, like five years ago, when everything Paris Hilton did was big news? That was weird, right?
Hilton's latest song 'Drunk Text,' dropped yesterday without any of the fanfare of her previous slickly produced but thinly executed classics.
Software developer Arturo Castro was able to come up with a computer program using FaceTracker technology that allows him to both morph the faces of others onto his own in real time video and then control the expressions of this Franken-face with his facial movements.
Castro has some fun with the creepy technology in the video below, in which he shifts from Paris Hilton to Fidel Castro to Steve Jo
In the days of yore -- as in, before "Kardashian" became a household name -- Paris Hilton was the celebutante of note. But lately, it seems her brassy star has been further tarnished. Even her most recent reality show tanked (and was subsequently canceled).
So what's an heiress to do? Recruit a few top DJs and producers and assault the eardrums of the public that shunned you, that's what
In a new Reuters/Ipsos survey, octogenarian and veteran 'Golden Girls' star Betty White was voted the most popular and trusted celebrity, with 86 percent of the 2,200 US adults polled giving her a favorable rating. Denzel Washington and Sandra Bullock were not far behind, coming in second and third with 85 percent and 84 percent, respectively.
Fame may be fleeting, but as one reporter learned, never point that out to Paris Hilton. During an interview with ABC's Dan Harris, Hilton stormed out when asked if her celebrity status might be waning.
The interview, which aired on 'Good Morning America' today, began routinely enough. Harris first asked Hilton about her experience with alleged stalker James Brian Rainford and her carefully-crafte