Throwback Thursday: Paris Hilton’s Star Shines Bright
Winning over Michael Musto with her new album, he wrote at the time:
"The CD (untitled at press time) is everything it should be: light, gossipy, sexy, danceable, and just a tiny bit trashy. It’s pretty much what you’d expect from the all-media It Girl but done to the nth degree with the help of golden boy songwriter-producer Scott Storch, who’s worked with Justin Timberlake, 50 Cent, and Beyonce."
Nathan Parsons Thinks True Blood's Gay Romance Is Important
Despite the sudden controversy surrounding the character of James — Grimes left the part after refusing to play gay in the final season — Parsons had no aversions to taking on the part but admits that the scenes were difficult to shoot.
“It has to be something that is seemingly organic and loving, instead of just having sex for the sake of having sex,” Parsons says.
John Benjamin Hickey Makes Up for Lost Time
“One of the great joys of being an actor is you get to go back to school,” he says while traveling back to Santa Fe, N.M., to return to set after a quick jaunt to L.A. for an appearance at TCA. “You get to learn stuff that you thought was not important when you were in high school. I was not paying attention during physics in high school; I was wondering if I was going to be cast in Pippin.”
Why Do We Love Our Dogs? The New York Times Magazine contributing writer Benoit Denizet-Lewis opens up about traveling with his dog Casey, the bisexual confusion, and why James Franco is making a film about his ex-gay friend.
"I had a very conflicted and strange relationship with my own dog, and it brought up a lot of my insecurities. This road trip was a chance for me to bond with him and better understand him. I met a guy on the trip. And I got to see a lot of the country I’d never seen before."