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Australia's Seven Network asks Paris Hilton about life after fame

posted 3 Apr 2012, 03:07 by Sam Mbale   [ updated 3 Apr 2012, 03:08 ]

Australia's Seven Network speaks to Paris Hilton while the heiress is in Sydney for the opening of a night club, and asks about life after fame.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (RECENT - MARCH 29, 2012) (SEVEN NETWORK) - Australia's Seven Network spoke to American heiress and socialite Paris Hilton last Thursday (March 29) while the heiress was in Sydney for the opening of Marquee night-club, accompanying her boyfriend and DJ Afrojack.

Hilton's publicists took offence to the last question asked by Seven Network's Edwina's Bartholomew and then banned Channel Seven from any future interviews with Paris, local media reported.

The Network was also banned from interviewing Hilton on the red-carpet on the opening night of the club.

But Seven Network said Hilton had emailed Bartholomew and told her she wasn't offended by the interview and re-invited her to the event.

On Thursday, before Hilton sat down for the interview with Seven Network's Edwina Bartholomew, her publicist asked Batholomew what some of the questions were.

"Like, what are some of the questions? Just so she's prepared," asked Hilton's publicist.

"What's a typical day in the life of Paris Hilton? Sick of going to parties?," replied Bartholomew.

Hilton then proceeded to sit down next to Batholomew for the interview.

"So what's a typical day for you? What do you get up to?," asked Bartholomew.

"There's never a really a typical day in my life. It's always something new and exiting," said Hilton.

Bartholomew was curious about the kind of music Afrojack plays.

"Does he play any classics requests, 80's music, early 90's?" she asked.

"He does everything.," said Hilton. "Bit of Right Said Fred, "I'm too sexy?" asked Bartholomew.

"Maybe he'll do it," said Hilton.

Bartholomew continued the interview by asking about life after fame for the socialite.

"What about when you're not famous anymore, what are you going to do?" she said.

"Well I have family. I just want to be able to have children and have a normal life and just be with my kids," answered Hilton.

The former star of reality TV show "The Simple Life" is a member of the family that founded the Hilton hotel chain.

She has turned her notoriety into a successful career endorsing products in fashion, fragrances and other industries.