A taste of Paris in Israel?

According to reports, model and actress Paris Hilton could be the next big American star to visit Israel.

March 14, 2006 08:39
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Millionaire model and actress Paris Hilton could be the next big American star to visit Israel, according to a report Monday in Hebrew daily Ma'ariv. Hilton's manager was approached by the Israeli branch of the Elite Modeling Agency to pose for a line of beachwear, said the report. If she agrees to the assignment, then Hilton could be in Israel as soon as the end of this month. Hilton will also participate in the modeling agency's three-year anniversary celebration at Tel Aviv hot spot Viskia. A spokesman for the Hilton hotel chain in Israel could not confirm whether Paris Hilton was visiting. He said: "There are always rumors that Paris Hilton will visit but we have no knowledge of a future reservation." Hollywood actress Sharon Stone was here last week as a guest of the Peres Center for Peace. During her visit, Stone's told reporters that she "would kiss just about anybody for peace in the Middle East." Other stars set to visit Israel in the coming months include former American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson, Pink Floyd front man Roger Waters and British band Depeche Mode.

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