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Entertainment Paris Hilton admits she's been 'playing a character' for years, vows to reveal true persona in new documentary

02:25  20 january  2020
02:25  20 january  2020 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Paris Hilton is opening up a side of herself that the world has never seen before. The 38- year -old star spoke about While promoting her new YouTube documentary series, This Is Paris , Hilton revealed that she was actually playing a “ character ” on her “I’ve been playing this character for so long.

Paris Hilton opens up about her life in YouTube doc This Is Paris – a far cry from the “ character ” that the hotel heiress has been playing for over 15 years in shows such as The Simple Life. Hilton was at the Winter TCA press tour to discuss the film and it was a relatively […].

Paris Hilton is ready to do something she's never done before: Let people see her true self.

a woman smiling for the camera: Paris Hilton speaks about her documentary © David Livingston / Getty Images Paris Hilton speaks about her documentary

The socialite-turned-DJ, original influencer and veteran reality TV star is the focus of a new YouTube Originals documentary, "This Is Paris," which debuts in May.

She spoke to reporters about the project at a TV Critics Association Winter Press Tour event in Pasadena, California, on Jan. 18. "I've never done anything like this in my life," Paris told Deadline. "In this film I discuss things I've never discussed before. I hope that people are going to see who I truly am."

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Hilton ' s famous catchphrase is just one part of her famous persona absent in her new YouTube documentary film "This Is Paris ." "Everything I’ve done before was me playing a character ," Hilton said. And she apparently played it so well that director Alexandra Dean initially balked at the project

In a new Youtube documentary This Is Paris , she ' s shedding the character she created and revealing a whole new side to her, or so she said during a panel at the TV Critics Association winter press tour on Saturday. The film promises to reveal things about Hilton 's past that she had never

She further told Deadline of the new documentary, "It follows me in my real life, everything I've done before was me playing a character. I was talking about things that are very hard to talk about. It was an amazing experience but it was very scary. I was freaking out."

Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie are posing for a picture: Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie in a promotional photo for FOX's © Sam Jones/20th Century Fox Tv/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie in a promotional photo for FOX's

Paris opened up to People magazine at the event too, explaining the fallout of her decision to take on a false persona -- people loved to hate her as a vapid airheaded blonde -- while shooting her breakout reality TV show, "The Simple Life," with former best friend Nicole Richie starting in 2003. "I knew what I was doing but the whole world didn't, so it was kind of frustrating to me to be perceived in that way because it's not who I am at all," she said. "But it was such an amazing and entertaining show that I would just think of it as entertainment." Yet, she added, "to be judged and have so many misconceptions based on a character that I had invented myself was frustrating."

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While promoting her new YouTube documentary series, This Is Paris , Hilton revealed that she was actually playing a “ character ” on her breakout RELATED: Paris Hilton Reflects on the 15- Year Anniversary of The Simple Life: ‘Timeless and Iconic’. “I’ve been playing this character for so long.

She became famous for her 'dumb blonde' stereotype on 2003' s The Simple Life. And businesswoman Paris Hilton , 38, revealed that it was actually a 'It follows me in my real life, everything I've done before was me playing a character . I was talking about things that are very hard to talk about.

Still, she has no regrets. "I built a huge brand off doing it" she told People. "So I don't really regret it and I'm happy that people are going to finally see this film."

Paris Hilton, Nicky Hilton posing for a picture: Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton Rothschild attend the 1 Hotel West Hollywood opening in Los Angeles on Nov. 5, 2019. © MediaPunch/Shutterstock Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton Rothschild attend the 1 Hotel West Hollywood opening in Los Angeles on Nov. 5, 2019.

Though reluctant to sign on for the doc at first ("because I wasn't ready to show myself," Paris said, according to The Associated Press), she eventually did and even relinquished creative control as Emmy-winning director Alexandra Dean and a crew followed her around the world for a year. "I talk about things that are very hard to talk about," Paris said, per AP. "Watching the film for the first time, I was like, 'Can we cut that out?' I was freaking out but they have total control over the whole film."

The project -- which also features interviews with the star's sister, Nicky Hilton Rothschild, and mother, Kathy Hilton -- is believed to be full of fresh revelations about Paris, who speaks about a "heartbreaking trauma" in the film as well as the time she spent at a residential treatment center for emotionally and behaviorally troubled youth in Utah and more.

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In a new Youtube documentary This Is Paris , she ' s shedding the character she created and revealing a whole new side to her, or so she said during a panel at the TV Critics Association winter press tour on Saturday. The film promises to reveal things about Hilton 's past that she had never

Paris Hilton speaks at the "Untitled Paris Hilton Documentary " panel during the YouTube TCA The 38- year -old socialite often described as famous for being famous reveals a private side of herself in “I've been judged on a character that I created at the beginning of my career and now I feel like it' s

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