October 8, 2013
If there is one thing that Paris Hilton was always “okay” at, other than being a whore, it was her music.. Remember that fun song from a million years ago that you really liked? Keep that memory because Hilton just coffin nailed her last shred of hope for a lasting career in the entertainment business by releasing the most embarrassingly BAD music video – ever.. We’re talking epic bad that only big money and no talent can buy..
This one is a sonic and visual stinker from the opening saggy side-boob shot, which is repeated frequently to achieve nauseum, to the final shot of a deflated Flash Dance revival, complete with “Rich Girl” tanktop complimented by young party revelers pulled right out of Central Casting.. Paris’ constant botoxed “Magnum” look, (think Zoolander,) is nothing short of old and tired. Whew.
Paris vainly hired super-duper-mega-star Lil Wayne‘s services, paying the rapper a cool $750,000 to be associated with the monstrosity, but his moniker and music stylings did nothing but cash the check..
Watch video, if you dare, here..
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