This is a fantastic day in the world of celebrity blogging. Here's what happened, courtesy of WWTDD:
Last September, the story broke that guerilla graffiti artist Banksy had smuggled 500 doctored copies of Paris Hilton's debut album into stores throughout the UK, where they sold without anyone knowing they were fake. He replaced the liner notes with pictures of Paris naked and others with her face replaced by a dog. The song titles were changed to a list of questions, including "Why am I famous?", "What have I done?" and "What am I for?" He even replaced the actual music with 40 minutes of Paris saying "that's hot" over and over and over to a basic beat. And now another artist has struck out at Paris, this time an artist named Vinchen, who has replaced several pictures inside the Columbus, Ohio Hilton with the image you see above (unedited versions HERE and HERE).