You might look at the likes of Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and Nicole Ritchie and think that their antics - particularly circa the mid '00s - was just vacuous celebrity fodder.
Quite the opposite. In fact, said antics now feature in a new art exhibit created by the people behind Pop Culture Died In 2009, an Instagram / Twitter / Facebook account that documents and showcases celebrity culture from 2000 up to and around 2009. According to the e-vite for the exhibit, the belief is that it's "time to celebrate the icons of the aughts we all know and love as the rockstars they are," and that the "exhibit will be an imaginary summit."
"Through the lens of Nicole Richie’s infamous Memorial Day BBQ, @popculturediedin2009 will provide a historian’s look at the many celebrities and scandals that formed a generation. We all remember the leak of Nicole Richie’s e-mail invitation to the BBQ, but what we don’t know is who was CC’d. The exhibit asks you to do one thing: imagine if everyone was. Tyra Banks, Britney Spears, Mischa Barton, Lindsay Lohan, Janet Jackson, NOT JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE, Paris Hilton’s Valtrex prescription bottle. All of the most fabulous people from the era."
To top it all off, Paris Hilton has even tweeted about the event and plans to attend.
Can't wait to see this Museum! ðŸ'¸ðŸ?¼ https://t.co/3ciy43Qcmw
— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) July 25, 2017
Sure. Why not. Donald Trump's the President, so it makes total sense that Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan are getting an art exhibit based on them falling out of Range Rovers.
This all make sense.