America's favorite celebutante
, Paris Hilton
, returns to St. Louis next month (March 14) to promote her new fragrance, Fairy Dust
As you may recall, Hilton made a similar trip to the Gateway City last year when she touched down at South County Center to endorse a perfume called Can Can
. This time around the glamorous Hilton will appear at an even "classier" shopping center -- St. Clair Square. (What's wrong Paris, is Jamestown Mall still booked
by the Scientologists?)
But what really struck me about Hilton's up-coming visit is the press release announcing her arrival. It's colorful, to say the least.
So, I'm wondering dear reader: Are you a poetic as Paris Hilton? Below are a couple lines from the press release with a few key words deleted. Leave a comment below with the words you think are missing, and later this week I'll update this post with the correct answers. Good luck!
#1: Fairy Dust is a ________ compilation of floral notes including: pink _______, orange blossom, spring gardenia, water lily and ________ nectar with an alluring wood base note blend of vanilla, ________ musk and sueded patchouli.
#2: "The scent is ________," says Paris. "It's _______ in the morning, _______ during the day and ________ in the evening. When I wear Fairy Dust, I feel as ________ and free as a dazzling ________."