24 seconds ago
Paris Hilton is concerned about social media.
In an interview with Australian broadcaster Lisa Wilkinson on “The Sunday Project,” reality stars were asked about the impact of social media on children.
Read more: Paris Hilton says he wants to start a family with “Bellas Podcast”: “I want twins”
“I think it can be very toxic in a way,” she admitted.
“At the age of 12, 13 and looking at these unrealistic standards of beauty, I can’t imagine using filters all the time,” Hilton continued. “That’s just … I don’t know. I don’t think it’s very good for people of that age.
Hilton has also opened up about her public perceptions based on her reality TV persona, best known in the 2000s series “Simple Life” with co-star Nicole Richie.
Read more: Apologies for Lucas Gage crashing Paris Hilton’s wedding with a “bad T-shirt”
When asked if people underestimated her, she replied, “If they don’t know me, definitely.”
“I’ve been in the public eye for a long time with the characters in’Simple Life’… I always love being underestimated,” Hilton continued. “I love to prove that people are wrong. I’m not a ridiculous blonde, I’m very good at pretending to be alone.”
Paris Hilton talks about the “toxic” impact of social media on children
Source link Paris Hilton talks about the “toxic” impact of social media on children