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Don’t expect to see gossip blogger Perez Hilton on an episode of America’s Next Top Model anytime soon.
Hilton made a deal with Tyra Banks on the season premiere of her talk show on Tuesday and agreed not to trash the kids of celebrities under the age of 18 on his blog for six months.
In return, Banks promised to invite Hilton to serve as a guest judge on America’s Next Top Model.
"When you’re a kid, especially the kid of a celebrity, I don’t feel that they should be put in the public in a way to be made fun of,” Banks said on her show. “I feel they should be protected."
Well, Hilton lasted just two weeks (Tyra’s episode was taped on August 18) before going after Tallulah Willis, daughter of Demi Moore.
In a series of tweets last week, Hilton used derogatory terms to describe Willis and posted a photo of the 15-year-old wearing a low-cut top.
Moore responded like any good mother would and tweeted, "Clearly Perez Hilton isn't taking violating child pornography laws very seriously. He might not but there are alot of people who do. Anyone who advertises follows or supports Perez supports violating child pornography laws!"
Does this mean Hilton will be returning on the Tyra Banks Show to feel the wrath of Banks? She doesn’t get upset often but when she does, she’s intimidating to say the least. Just as some of the contestants on ANTM.
Will Hilton ever learn his lesson? I applaud Banks for what she did on her show but it will take a lawsuit or unfortunately a few more will.i.am incidents before he learns his lesson.
Chime In: What do you think Banks should do now that Hilton broke his promise to her?