WATCH IT: Paris Hilton Walks Out Of ABC Interview - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

WATCH IT: Paris Hilton Walks Out Of ABC Interview

KHQ.COM - Ask Paris Hilton if her "celebrity moment" is over in the interview, and she just might walk out on you.

ABC News' Dan Harris did just that when speaking with Hilton at her Los Angeles home this week. He inquired if Hilton was concerned about other famous-for-being-famous celebs like Kim Kardashian eclipsing her own stardom - that would be a "no," she said - or if she was concerned about reports that the ratings for her reality show, "The World According to Paris," were low (she's not worried about that, either).

But when Harris asked Hilton if she worries that her celebrity "moment [has] passed," Hilton paused, gives a little laugh and a stiff smirk before walking away to speak with her publicist, Harris says in a clip from the interview.

After what Harris calls a "long, heated" conversation, Hilton returned to continue - after some "cajoling," according to ABC News - the interview.

Now 30, Hilton explains, "I've been in the business for 15 years now, so it's been a very long time. Just like any other business person or someone in the industry, it's always important to reinvent yourself and come up with new projects."

By the end of the interview, though, Hilton seemed more relaxed, and hugged Harris as he departed. >>>CLICK HERE TO WATCH PART OF THE INTERVIEW

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