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Richie: I see humour in everything

Published 02/05/2013

Nicole Richie
Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie “looks deeper” into her random musings on Twitter through her new web series #CandidlyNicole.

The 31-year-old television star and fashion designer has a new web series called #CandidlyNicole.

The star recently garnered headlines for pursuing “tramp stamp” tattoo removal on the programme.

Nicole explains that #CandidlyNicole and all the happenings on the show are inspired by her Twitter activity.

“The show is based off my tweets. I try and find the humour in something pretty much every day… each episode starts with one of my tweets,” she told Extra.

“I had tweeted that I woke up one morning feeling great about myself until I remembered that I had my tramp stamp.”

In the first episode, Nicole visited a tattoo removal specialist to inquire about getting the “butt crack cross” inscribed on her body off the epidermis.

Numerous similar entertaining journeys take place on #CandidlyNicole.

“That's what I do, I go in and research or look deeper into whatever that tweet is,” she explained.

Over a decade ago Nicole rose to fame alongside her friend Paris Hilton on reality show The Simple Life.

Since then Nicole has married Good Charlotte rocker Joel Madden and they share two children together.

“I’ve grown up, I’m a mother, I’m a wife… so much smarter, more beautiful… I grew, half an inch,” she laughed.

#CandidlyNicole is broadcast on weekly.

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