It’s been a year since Paris Hilton released a song, and she teased fans online that she’ll make a music comeback before the end of the year.
The socialite shared a video of herself strutting down her front yard before getting into her iconic pink sportscar on her official TikTok account.
The reality star wore a gray glittery bodysuit with a black leather corset. Her ensemble was completed by a pair of black-and-white heels and her signature blonde hair.
“Me when I have a secred that’s going to break the internet on 12/30,” a text on the clip’s mid-top reads. “Something’s coming #ThatsHot,” she added in the caption.
Although Hilton did not specify in her video what kind of content she would be releasing on the 30th, many fans speculated that it would be music-related.
One fan wrote:
“A collab with Britney omggggggg.”
Another one wrote:
“Mother is trying to release new music.”
In other comments, some fans believe the heiress will announce her pregnancy or that a remake of “The Simple Life” starring Nicole Richie will be released soon.
As of this writing, the DJ has not confirmed whether or not the rumors are true.
Paris Hilton revealed to E! News earlier this month that she was working in a recording studio, and fans will get the surprise sooner than they expected.
“I have a very exciting announcement that’s gonna be happening on New Year’s Eve, but I can’t say yet.”
She then noted that it would be a:
“very iconic song”
In other news, it appears that 2023 will be a busy year for the musician’s career, with her book “Paris: The Memoir” set to be published on March 14.
Hilton spoke about her experience working on her book, saying she’s been writing for over a year and “a lot went into it.”
She also mentioned that many things had happened in her life and that writing the book revealed a lot of things because she is the type of person who “likes to keep a lot in.”
The singer stated that the book will cover topics ranging from her early days in the industry to her ADHD diagnosis, among others, and that she hopes readers will be able to relate to her experiences.