Paris Hilton's trip to Rwanda is being filmed for a new reality TV show called 'The Philanthropist'. The hotel heiress - who declared herself a "changed person" after spending 23 days in jail in June for driving offences - recently announced her five-day trip to the poverty-stricken African country, taking place in November, would be filmed for a documentary. It has now been revealed the visit is being turned into a reality show by celebrity charity organisation Playing For Good, who are sponsoring Paris' trip. The program will be called 'The Philanthropist' - and will feature various celebrities undertaking charitable endeavours. Despite claims Paris is using the trip as a publicity stunt, the 26-year-old 'Simple Life' star has defended herself, saying she likes being part of reality shows because it allows her fans to see how she lives. She said: "It shows people what everyday life is like for me."Paris recently admitted she was "really scared" about the upcoming trip, but is determined to highlight the plight of the war-ravaged country. She said: "I'm really scared, yeah. There's so much need in that area, and I feel like if I go, it will bring more attention to what people can do to help. I know there's a lot of good I can do just by getting involved and bringing attention to these issues."