Paris to chat with Larry King on Wednesday

After NBC's Today show cancelled their planned post-prison interview with Paris Hilton amid rumors they were going to pay the socialite $1 million, Hilton announced that she will instead sit down with Larry King. Hilton will appear in studio for a full hour, and released a statement reading: "I am thrilled that Larry King has asked me to appear on his program to discuss my experience in jail, what I have learned, how I have grown and anything else he wants to talk about. Larry King is not only a world-renown journalist, but a true American icon. It will be an honor to do his show." (Sounds like King himself wrote it, doesn't it?) Meanwhile, more details from the socialite's prison phone conversation with Ryan Seacrest for E! News have been released. Hilton told the Idol host of her plans to build a "transitional home" to help women just released from jail. "These women just keep coming back because they have no place to go," she says, adding that the home will be "a place to get food and clothes on their backs."

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