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Paris Hilton jets to Tokyo to judge beauty contest

TOKYO - AMERICAN socialite Paris Hilton may not be ready for her planned charity work in Rwanda, but she was up for judging a beauty contest in Tokyo on Tuesday.


Tue, Nov 06, 2007

TOKYO - AMERICAN socialite Paris Hilton may not be ready for her planned charity work in Rwanda, but she was up for judging a beauty contest in Tokyo on Tuesday.

Hilton and her younger sister, Nicky, each chose one finalist for the Miss Universe Japan contest.

A dozen or so more will be selected next month.

'I love Tokyo,' Hilton said. 'The shopping is great.' Hilton has promised to try improving her bad-girl image since she finished a jail term this June for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

She had announced plans to do charity work in Rwanda this month for the Playing for Good Foundation, but later decided to postpone the trip.

Her appearance at a Tokyo fashion boutique to judge the contest packed the room with photographers and TV cameras. Gawking bystanders lined the street outside.

 
 
 
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