The 39-year-old socialite and DJ will star within the upcoming documentary collection on her YouTube channel from September 14, and has stated she’s ”excited but in addition very nervous” on the considered letting most people see a few of her most non-public moments.
Talking throughout an look on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Stay!’, she informed visitor host Nikki Glaser: ”I’m excited, however I’m additionally very nervous given the matters mentioned on this movie. It’s issues that I’ve by no means talked about earlier than, actually private and traumatic experiences. So to speak about that publicly is clearly very laborious.
”I discovered a lot about myself that I had no concept of … why I’m the way in which I’m. And now I perceive myself a lot extra.”
This week, a preview clip for the collection noticed Paris confess to having ”nightmares” about an ordeal in her childhood, which she doesn’t like to talk about.
Within the clip, she stated: ”I’m nervous. I’m shaking.
”It’s laborious to even eat, as a result of my abdomen is rather like, turning.
”I don’t know – it’s one thing that’s very private, and never one thing I like speaking about.
”Nobody actually is aware of who I’m. One thing occurred in my childhood that I’ve by no means talked about with anybody. I nonetheless have nightmares about it.”
And a synopsis for the documentary defined the ‘Stars Are Blind’ singer will confront her ”heartbreaking trauma”.
It reads: ”This Is Paris uncovers the hidden previous of the worldwide icon. As Paris confronts the heartbreaking trauma that solid who she is at present, this deeply compelling portrait tells the actual story of a teenage lady determined to flee right into a fantasy and sheds new gentle on the insta-fame tradition that Paris helped to create.”