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Hilton hints at secret 'tomboy' side

Nov. 28, 2009 at 4:33 PM   |   Comments

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Nov. 28 (UPI) -- Former U.S. TV personality Paris Hilton says while she loves the world of fashion, she also has a "tomboy" side of her personality that loves sports.

The former star of "The Simple Life" and "Paris Hilton's My New BFF" told People magazine she is "completely different" from her fashionable public image when she is at home, People.com reported Friday.

"I still am a tomboy. I love to go fishing. I love sports. I used to play ice hockey," Hilton, 28, said. "You know, I think people only see the glamour and the parties, but when I'm at home I'm completely different."

Hilton recently unveiled two new beauty products to add to her line of handbags, fragrances and hair extensions.

Hilton pitched her new products, The Celebrity Styler flat iron and Ultimate Brush, as offering consumers affordable and effective hair-styling alternatives.

"There are a lot of products out there that don't work, they're a rip-off," Hilton said at the official unveiling of the products in Beverly Hills, Calif. "I wanted to make something that was affordable, that works."

Topics: Paris Hilton
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