Paris Hilton wasn't kidding when she said she had new music on the way.
The singer has released a new single with Lil Wayne called "Good Time" and a very sparkly video to match.
According to Paris Hilton, the world won't have to wait too long for her new album.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, Hilton discusses Sofia Coppola's film, "The Bling Ring," based on the true story about a group of kids accused of robbing celebrities in 2008 and 2009. A victim of the Bling Ring six times, Hilton makes an appearance in the film, but also discusses the status of her reported pop album on Cash Money Records – the same label that is home to hip-hop stars Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj.
Paris Hilton is the newest member of one of hip-hop's hottest labels.
The heiress and reality star has signed with Cash Money Records, which is home to hitmakers Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Drake. Cash Money's co-founder Bryan "Birdman" Williams tweeted a welcome to Hilton on Wednesday, causing Hilton's name to cruise at the top of the social media's trending topics for hours. (Said Hilton in response, "Thanks BO$$! Happy to be apart of the family."
You've got to hand it to the celebs - they're pros when it comes to having a moment.
Paris Hilton's recent stormy exit during an ABC News interview might seem dramatic, but Hilton is just one among a history of stars who couldn't take being in the hot seat any longer.
Their methods, style and profanities vary, but the awkward and uncomfortable atmosphere remains constant. Check out our top 10 celebs who left their interviews in a huff.
Ask Paris Hilton if her "celebrity moment" is over in the interview, and she just might walk out on you.
ABC News' Dan Harris did just that when speaking with Hilton at her Los Angeles home this week. He inquired if Hilton was concerned about other famous-for-being-famous celebs like Kim Kardashian eclipsing her own stardom - that would be a "no," she said - or if she was concerned about reports that the ratings for her reality show, "The World According to Paris," were low (she's not worried about that, either).
But when Harris asked Hilton if she worries that her celebrity "moment [has] passed," Hilton paused, gives a little laugh and a stiff smirk before walking away to speak with her publicist, Harris says in a clip from the interview.
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