Paris Hilton kept her 30th birthday celebrations going yesterday in NYC with three interview around the city. She first stopped by The Wendy Williams Show in a black and white mini to share a cake with the host, then changed into a flowing green maxi to head over to The Late Show. She actually sat down with David Letterman wearing something gold, and chatted all about her new iPhone app and how she'd like children with her current boyfriend, Cy Waits. Cy was by her side to indulge in their favorite thing, some PDA, as they left for MTV's The Seven. She wrapped things up by having dinner at the Gansevoort Hotel and then throwing on a sequined black dress to party with her girlfriends at Lavo — the bash took a turn for the dramatic, however, when a crasher stole her cake! It was the second event held to honor her milestone after her bash in LA, which brought out her parents and even Lil Wayne. We marked her big day in a different way by looking back at her top bikini moments!
"But then Oprah came on the scene. She wasn’t beautiful. She wasn’t thin. And she wasn’t light-skinned. She was the opposite of white America’s view of what a black woman should look like in front of a camera. She was no Lena Horne. She was no Lola Falana. She definitely wasn’t a Jayne Kennedy. Who let this woman in the door? And she stormed the whole entire building and took over. And then other flawed beauties came along. Sally Jesse Raphael. Ricki Lake. I mean, who is a great beauty who ever had a talk show?"
— Wendy Williams, former New York-based radio personality, now host of nationally syndicated The Wendy Williams Show, telling Kevin Sessums that Oprah opened the door for unconventional beauties on television. Williams is known for her no-holds-barred approach to interviewing.