MTV To Air ‘Paris, Not France’ Hilton Documentary

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MTV has bought the rights to "Paris, Not France," a documentary on celebutante Paris Hilton, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The 78-minute documentary will tentatively air on the network this summer.

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"Paris, Not France" reportedly portrays the heiress as "more thoughtful and self-aware" rather than a "ditzy party girl," according to the trade magazine. It was directed by music-video director Adria Petty, who had "enormous access" and reportedly interviewed many of Paris' family and friends for the feature.

In the meantime, the second season of "Paris Hilton's My New BFF," a reality show in which contestants compete to be the star's new best friend, will premiere on MTV on June 2.

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But watch out, potential besties — Season 1 winner Brittany Flickinger hasn't been spotted out lately with Paris, who told E! Online in April, "I've been fooled by so many girls."

"I want a best friend who wants to be friends with me because I'm a good person and a good friend, not for any other reason," Paris said at the time.

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