Paris Hilton looks back on her role in “The Late Show With David Letterman.”
As early as September 2007, the star appeared on the talk show to promote a new perfume, but was quickly drawn to talk about his short stay in prison for a parole violation.
In recent months, Hilton, now 40, has been very vocal about her life in the spotlight and her public image – including the interview with Letterman, which she discussed in an episode of her podcast “This is Paris” on E! News.
The star said she avoided Letterman’s team’s request to take part in the show for a while because “she didn’t want to talk about”
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She also explained that the talk show host’s team had agreed to avoid the topic during the upcoming interview.
“It was forbidden and he would not discuss it, and we would be there to promote perfume and my other business ventures,” Hilton said in the podcast. “I felt it was a safe place because I had been on Letterman for so many years.”
She added: “He would always have fun with me and joke, but I thought he would keep his word and I was wrong.”
However, not long after the interview, the famous comedian continued his time behind bars, frankly asking how she liked it.
In the podcast, the “Stars Are Blind” singer said that Letterman was “pushing and pushing” me to talk about his prison, although she had previously agreed to avoid it.
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“I was just so uncomfortable and so upset,” she explained. “It was only when I was there, as if he was deliberately trying to humiliate me.”
Hilton said that during trade breaks, she asked Letterman, 73, to “stop” asking her about prison.
“You promised me you wouldn’t talk about it, and that’s the only reason I agreed to come to the show,” she recalled.
She said Letterman had agreed to stop talking about his time in prison, but would discuss it once the cameras became mobile again.
“It was just very cruel and very mean,” Hilton said. “And when it was over, I looked at him and told him, ‘I’m never coming to the show again.’ You have crossed the border. “
After their 2007, Letterman apologized by sending her a box of wine.
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Paris’ sister Nikki said it was “cruel” for the comedian to insist on the discussion, adding that he did not “think it will happen today”.
A few months later, Hilton returned to the show and the comedian apologized.
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“I later found out that I had offended you. I felt terrible about it because I was not here to make enemies, honestly,” he said at the time. “So I called you, and you accepted the call, which I found very pleasant of you, and now you have returned and thank God, and I am terribly sorry.”