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Paris Hilton on Donald Trump: 'He's a very nice man'

Famous human being and arbiter of hot things Paris Hilton has weighed in on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

During an interview with Kelly Evans and Bill Griffeth on CNBC’s Closing Bell on Wednesday, Hilton was asked about the controversial businessman-turned-politician as well as his elder daughter, Ivanka Trump, both of whom are longtime friends of the Hilton family.

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Director Darren Lynn Bousman talks Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival, David Hasselhoff, and 'R-rated clowns'

Going to see a movie tends to be a no-frills affair, unless you count over-priced snacks and the thrill of never knowing when a fellow patron is going to crush your toes as they stumble towards the restrooms. But those folks who attend the upcoming roadshow presentations of the Rocky Horror-esque musical Alleluia! The Devil’s Carnival will get more than that — a lot more.

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8 of the most notorious Letterman moments

When David Letterman signs off from the Ed Sullivan Theater one last time on May 20, he’ll be saying goodbye to decades of interviews with celebrities and “celebrities” alike. As a farewell to Late Show With David Letterman, we’ve sifted through his countless chats—from the CBS program as well as his old NBC show, Late Night—to revisit the most ridiculous, notorious, and memorably off-script appearances Letterman’s ever emceed.

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Kim Kardashian’s book of selfies is in good company

Kim Kardashian’s Selfish is an exercise in curated narcissism—but she’s not the first to sing a song of herself. We place her in the Pantheon of Egos, ranked from Savvy to downright Shameless.

Influence, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (2008) The actresses-turned-designers interviewed their VIP artist friends in a well-produced ode to high culture—and name-dropping.

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Paris Hilton's brother assaulted at party

Authorities say the brother of socialite Paris Hilton was assaulted at a Miami Beach party.

A police report says 24-year-old Barron Hilton told authorities a man struck him in the face after the two had an argument at a party Friday in a Miami Beach home. Hilton suffered deep cuts on his forehead and nose. He posted a photo of the injuries online.

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