The Danish version of Paradise Hotel began airing in the country in 2005, and the show features single people living in a five star hotel and competing to stat who can stay the longest. It had a short run in America when it aired on Fox in 2003. The show has sparked controversy in Denmark because of the casual sex and excessive drinking, which is on full display during episodes.
The hotel heiress "was paid $300k to appear on the show. Paris shot it several months ago in Mexico, and she will appear on several episodes during the current season which just premiered in Denmark. Paris was game for anything during the filming, and one contestant even dropped his shorts for her when she asked to see his tattoo, which was on his butt. Paris was single when she was filming and hadn't started dating current boyfriend, 21-year-old model, River Viiperi," a source told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
This is not Paris’ first questionable enterprise - Recently, Hilty managed to upset an entire religion when she opened a new shop in the Saudi Arabian Holy City Of Mecca.
Hilton made the announcement on November 14 that her bag and accessory collections were to be sold there, tweeting: “Loving my beautiful new store that just opened at Mecca Mall in Saudi Arabia!”
The Twitter message quickly sparked an angry backlash complaining about 31-year-old Paris pimping her products in the Holy Land, with a slew of messages from Saudis voicing their disgust at the business venture.
The shopping center, also referred to as Makkah Mall, will be Hilton’s 5th store in Saudi Arabia and her 42nd world wide.“Wahhabis at work! Historic religious sites in Medina are being destroyed, while Paris Hilton opens a new store in Mecca mall,” wrote one critic, while another commented: “So Paris Hilton opened a handbag store in MECCA? The world is a corrupt place at the moment. Someone please send me to Mars.”
The decision for Paris to participate in the reality show in Denmark, "was a no brainer because it was easy money for her. Paris never would have agreed to do it if it aired in the U.S. because of the criticism she would have received," the insider tells us.