Does being a contestant on Paris Hilton's new searching-for-a-best-friend reality show come with health benefits?

At least one wannabe Paris pal says the whole experience left her a bit messed up in the head: "It's just weird," contestant Michelle Kopasz said at last night's premiere party for Paris Hilton's My New BFF at Hollywood nightclub LAX. "You feel like you need to talk to a psychologist afterward. It's kinda rough."

How so?

Kopasz said trying to change in order to win Hilton's favor was, simply put, "uncomfortable."

"The thing is, I love who I am, and I'm just me," she said. "I don’t wanna change just so I can become someone's friend."

She obviously didn't change too much. The 26-year-old Texan was the first to be booted off the show.

But Kopasz insists she doesn't care. "Seriously, at the end, do you really feel like you're going to walk away being her best friend?" she said. "Are we gonna hang out and do lunch together?"

—Additional reporting by Dahvi Shira

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