It looks like tomorrow night’s premiere of the MTV comedy series ShortCircuitz will be short one Paris Hilton sketch.
The celebutard and star of The Simple Life taped a mock infomercial for “What Would Paris Do” bracelets. The sketch shifts from Paris’ pitch to “real-life” people looking to their bracelets for advice. In one scene, a blonde in a short skirt is pulled over for drunk driving. After checking her Paris bracelet, she starts grinding against one of the cops as if he were a stripper pole.
“I can’t arrest you, you’re too fabulous,” says the officer (bizarrely similar to Hilary Swank‘s claim this week that she beat a ticket because a celeb-sucking cop saw her perform a kind act).
So what’s Paris’ problem?
Real life got in the way.
Paris had agreed to poke fun at her image for her pal Nick Cannon, who’s an executive producer of ShortCircuitz, and taped the spot at her home on January 4th. But on February 27th, Paris was arrested for driving with a suspended license– a violation of her parole from a drunk driving arrest in September. Then her lawyers didn’t think the sketch was so funny, after all. They threatened to sue if it wasn’t yanked– but not before the Paris bit went out on a tape of the show sent to critics last week.