True love died when Paris Hilton announced she and her self-bought $2 million engagement ring walked away from her engagement to Chris Zylka. It sounds like nobody with half a working brain (which is harder to find in the Hilton household than you might think!) thought those two were going to wallk down the aisle, and Paris did what any newly single gal would do in her situation: go on national TV and blab about why he wasn’t right for her.
Paris was on The Talk yesterday, but I guess it wasn’t to audition for Julie Chen’s old job. It was to tell the world she’s doing just fine and wasn’t ready to walk down the aisle because she doesn’t want a Madonna–Carlos Leon sperm donor relationship. She wants the whole tamale!
Paris said that while she falls in love fast and hard, she’s now just enjoying “me time” and focusing on work, which I take to mean working on making sure Lindsay Lohan’s club in Mykonos doesn’t do better than the nightclubs she guest “DJs” at in Ibiza. She also gave an argument for love that I hope most of us haven’t given since we were still being forced into naptime:
“I’ve always been obsessed with Disney stories and love stories and I thought it was going to be my happy ending, and I just realized after time it wasn’t the right decision.”
So unless you come ready to get married, have kids, AND ride a unicorn off into the sunset, Paris ain’t here for your mortal kind of loving. She did the typical celeb “I wish him the best” BS, but we all know she’s been ready to kick this one to the curb for a while. First, they pushed the wedding date back, and sources claim they never thought a wedding was going to happen:
“They had a great run and they really loved each other, but she knew he was not her forever guy and could not go through the whole process while having these feelings.”
Paris was said to be suffering from cold feet for six months. I guess it took her that long to realize it wasn’t a side effect from all the blow. OK, fine. Alleged blow.