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PARIS GETS DOWNGRADED

Today, Paris was forced to leave the more upscale medical ward at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility and return to her original cell in Lynwood. The heiress was reportedly transported in a panic. Her sentence ends June 24.

Meanwhile, while she's been hanging in prison, lots has been evolving in the real world. Some good news and some bad for the heiress.

While her talent agency, Endeavour, has dumped her at least there's some light at the end of her tunnel. PETA has announced that they want Paris to be a spokesperson for their anti-KFC campaign against caged chickens. Yep, they think that now that she's experienced life behind bars, she can surely identify with animals who are going through the same thing.

I guess they haven't seen that little campaign she was last in eating a gigantic burger for Carl's Jr. :

IS IT JUST ME, OR IS SHE ENJOYING THAT MEAT?

THE OBAMA CHARM

Presidential hopeful, Borack Obama, must be happy. This video definitely proves he's connecting with the younger generation:

WHO SAID POLITICS ISN'T A TURN ON?

HOLLYWOOD LOYALTY

They say you can't trust anyone in Hollywood. Unfortunately, I think that might just be the case.
Lindsay Lohan's bodyguard is now coming out with a tell-all book about his life protecting celebs.

What's next? A book written by one of their therapists?

CLICK HERE to read the story from UK's News of the World.

THE LESBIAN LIFE

Ever have fantasies about being a lesbian or just can't get enough of the L Word? The show is satisfying those lesbian cravings during their hiatus with its "Second Life" virtual world. Intrigued?

BRANDGELINA'S MIGHTY HEART?
All-star power couple, Brandgelina, disappointed many reporters at the NYC premiere of her film, A Mighty Heart.

The stars satisfied their fans but reportedly forced reporters to sign an agreement before the premiere outlining what questions they were allowed to ask. USA Today and the Associated Press refused to even cover the premiere.

The film is about the real life story of Wallstreet Reporter Daniel Pearl who was kidnapped and murdered while following a story about the shoe bomber in Pakistan. How ironic? I guess the couple doesn't believe in freedom of press.

Watch the trailer:

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