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Paris Hilton Thinks the Ford Figo Ad is 'Stupahd'

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In a potential ad released in India earlier this month for the Ford Figo, Paris Hilton was depicted kidnapping the Kardashian sisters, fully bound and gagged in the back of her trunk as she gazed over her shoulder and winked like a crazy person.

The ad was immediately yanked after it caused a significant amount of controversy (no one likes a kidnapping, who knew), but it wasn't pulled before Hilton herself could take a look at it.

TMZ tracked down the towheaded heiress at LAX recently and asked what she thought about it. You'll be glad to know that not only does she consider herself a friend of the Kardashians, but that even after all of her humanitarian work, she still sounds like the same old Paris.

"It's ridahkulous," she told the reporter. "We're frahnds, so I think it's rahlahy stupahd."

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Hilton was at LAX signing autographs.

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