A new album from Paris Hilton would be peak Barbie era (Picture: YouTube/Paris Hilton/Warner Bros)
Paris Hilton has just dropped a bit of a bombshell on her followers, and we really hope it means a new song and music video is imminent.
The 42-year-old media personality – ever the icon – posted a throwback to her hit song Stars Are Blind, and heavily suggested there could be more musical gems to come soon.
Although Paris is most famous for her genius reality TV series The Simple Life, which she starred in alongside Nicole Richie, the noughties legend has been known to record a song or two from time to time with her last and only album, Paris, dropping in 2006.
As well as being a recording artist, Paris has expertly built her global brand – worth an estimated $300million – as an influencer, DJ, designer, model and author.
Of course, it helps that she was born into a well-to-do family with her great grandfather being Conrad Hilton, founder of Hilton Hotels.
Nevertheless, there is certainly nothing ditzy about the savvy businesswoman, contrary to what her meticulously crafted clueless-rich-girl persona would have you believe.
Paris is most famous for appearing on A Simple Life, but she’s built a brand worth millions (Picture: Getty Images)
Paris’ biggest hit, Stars Are Blind, was absolutely iconic (Picture: YouTube/Paris Hilton/Warner Bros)
This has all lead to Paris’ 23.8million Instagram followers being a pretty obsessed bunch, and they’ve never been more so than today, when the star teased she could be gifting them some whole new material to feast on.
‘Loved shooting this iconic music video,’ wrote Paris alongside the video for her biggest hit, Stars Are Blind, before she continued, ‘who else is obsessed with this song? 😍 🥰 💕’
Um, yes, next question, Paris. But fans were blown away by what the reality star said next.
‘Might have a new reason for you to be even more obsessed soon… 👀 #ThatsHot,’ she teased.
And fans went wild.
‘Yasss Paris! Serve us! Sliving!!! 💖✨’ wrote one person, while many sent that old side-eye emoji of anticipation.
‘Can’t wait, queen,’ said another, while someone else wrote on Twitter: ‘Yessssssssssssssssss a new video.’
Others remembered Stars Are Blind fondly, as one commented: ‘It redefined my life and was a staple of my teen years. Still iconic after all these years.’
Another said: ‘Queen I stream this every morning for good energy and happiness.’
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