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Paris Sings the Blues

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Ok, we've heard the rumors for weeks that Paris and Paris (Hilton and Latsis) were breaking up. The LA scenester finally 'fessed up on Friday with a written statement by her publicist. Yeah, we know. [Insert collective yawn here.] But what really got our attention was a tidbit of information at the end of the E! Online wire story:

“To keep her mind off the breakup, Hilton will continue to work with producer Scott Storch on her long-delayed album for Warner Bros...”

First, floods, then fires, now Paris is singing…maybe it’s time to cue Taps for the world as we knew it.