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The Hollywood Gossip to Candy Spelling: Don’t you have anything better to do than write letters to random celebrities?

You know, like ignore your daughter Tori Spelling?

A couple months ago, Candy penned a note to Larry Birkhead. The misguided mother somehow felt as though it was her job to offer advice about how to raise Dannielynn.

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Well, Spelling is up to her weird, presumptuous ways again. The recipient this time? Paris Hilton.

While we don’t disagree with the fact that Paris sucks in every way imaginable, we wish Candy would leave herself out of subjects that should only be tackled by experienced celebrity gossip blogs. Nevertheless, here’s the letter Spelling sent Hilton:

Paris, I’m very worried about you. The last week has not only been an obvious roller-coaster for you emotionally, but your strategy went from blaming employees and stating silly excuses like, “I don’t read,” to your new lawyer’s tactic to have you sound mature and take some responsibility.

In between, the paparazzi continue to follow you shopping and taking self-defense classes (to protect yourself in jail?), and some over-zealous friends staged embarrassing protests (three people?), and wasted taxpayer funds with a petition to pardon you.

People who are rich and famous are not treated like “regular” people, even though you claim to now be just like everyone else. In most situations, your privileged life works to your benefit. You have opportunities, access and resources like few others; and frankly, you can get away with more bad behavior and excuses than most people could even imagine. However, as the real possibility of jail approaches — whether it’s 21 days or 45 or whatever the latest report is — it’s time to get real.

It’s time to find “a Paris” somewhere between “heiress” and a character on “The Simple Life.” I know she’s there, and I know she can be a good citizen and maturely face consequences other people would have to face under the same circumstances.

I am sorry you have been sentenced to jail. I can’t think of too much that would be worse. But since you let this happen, use the next couple of weeks preparing not only by publicly learning to fight (not a good message to fellow inmates), but by looking around, realizing that you are not as truly entitled as your money implies. You are a young woman who can add more to her community than establishing new definitions for infamy.

Amazing insight, Candy. But here are the two areas you should really be focusing your words of wisdom on: