Paris Hilton is perhaps the most public celebrity in the world, so it's hard to imagine that there could be things about her that we don't already know, but there's a Paris Tell All book coming out anyway.
Paris' former manager of ten years, Jason Moore, has reportedly approached a number of publishers about writing a tell all book about Paris and how she became famous.
The New York Daily News newspaper claims Jason's pitch letter states: "Jason will demonstrate how, for 10 years, he managed to save his mercurial client from disgrace by manipulating the media, and Paris herself.
"Paris was oftentimes her own worst enemy, making a sex tape with a former boyfriend, nursing hangovers during photo shoots, falling asleep everywhere, and getting thrown in jail for numerous driving violations. If Paris Hilton didn't have Jason Moore pulling the strings, cleaning up her messes she could well have faded into oblivion."
Jason worked with Paris for ten years, but she never had him sign a
confidentiality agreement, which means he's free to publish this information.
He says: "She spent hours at a time posing in front of the mirror, nailing down the ideal position to create the perfect paparazzi photo.
"She wanted to become the kind of character that would land commercials, international endorsements, film and TV roles."
The book, Controlling Chaos, will not only be a tell all, but a 'How I Made Paris Hilton Famous' guild book. Quite frankly, Paris is already overexposed so we're not quite sure how great this book will do. Would you pick up a copy of it?