MICHAEL Jackson's daughter Paris, 22, acts 'chummy' with actor Emile Hirsch, 35, on night out with the Hills cast

MICHAEL Jackson's daughter Paris was reportedly acting 'chummy' with actor Emile Hirsch, 35.

The 22-year-old singer and actress was also apparently enjoying a night out with some cast members from The Hills.



Sources told Page Six: “Paris and Emile were definitely chummy all night."

Paris and the Into the Wild actor reportedly attended an event at a mansion seen on the series, Entourage.

They came out to support their friend, Caroline D'Amore's, Pizza Girl company.

Cast members from The Hills: New Beginnings including, Audrina Patridge, Jason and Ashley Wahler, Frankie and Jennifer Delgado, Justin Bobby and Kaitlynn Carter were also in attendance and filming for their upcoming season.



Yesterday Page Six reported Paris and Emile were not dating.

Paris also shot down the rumors on Instagram: “he’s actually one of the youngest homies of mine."

She went on: “One of my best friends is in their 50s. you probably don’t have friends older than you because elders may find you annoying or immature lol.

"Not to mention another close friend of mine is 76. . . Age is a number, I enjoy the company of people all ages.”


This summer Paris split from her boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn, ending their two-year relationship.

A family source revealed the strain of "the intensity of being together as partners and co-workers proved too much to handle" and their music career being impacted by COVID-19 "bummed them out."

The source said: "Paris and Gabe have been through a rough year.

“The pandemic meant that they were together 24/7 for a while, and they didn't cope at all well. They were already having troubles after tensions flared during a short music tour.

“And Paris especially is an independent spirit so being cooped up was really tough."

The insider continued: "Gabe saw that time as an opportunity to build their music repertoire so that they would have an album ready.

"However, somehow their musical connection prompted them to end up in the co-worker zone more often than partners.

"Gabe openly admits that Paris' need to feel loved and desire to feel romanced is something he found tough.

"No-one is saying he did not love her, but his passion for music is on a par with that for her. It was a juggling act, and did cause tensions."

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