With a new image comes a new reality show.

As she announced last month, Paris Hilton is set to journey
to Rwanda
on a charity mission with the Playing for Good organization, and as it is always
the case, cameras will be following her.

Paris’ five-day trek to the African country, where she will
visit clinics and schools, will be filmed with the hopes of selling it as a reality show titled The
, which would follow other stars’ on their own altruistic missions, and
the 26-year-old can hardly wait for the world to see her do-gooder efforts.

“I love having everything documented,” Paris tells Newsweek. “It shows people
what everyday life is like for me, how hard I work. There are a lot of
misconceptions about me.”

Adds Scott Lazerson, Playing for Good’s founder, the heiress
is “using her celebrity and the cameras that follow her for the good of

Plans for the trip, which will take place next month, came into fruition as a result of the
blonde’s much-documented jail stint in June, which she says changed her and
gave her time to “reflect” and think about others besides herself.

“Before, my life was about having fun, going to parties,” Paris says. “But when I had
time to reflect, I felt empty inside. I want to leave a mark on the world.”

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