Media personality Paris Hilton threw a big bash in Hollywood on Tuesday night in honor of her new single "Good Time." At Create Nightclub, Ms. Hilton spun a DJ set while special guests like Snoop Dogg and Birdman accompanied her onstage.
Hilton signed with Birdman's Cash Money Records this year and she released comeback single "Good Time" on Tuesday. The feel good club track features Paris' labelmate Lil Wayne. To commemorate the occasion, she took over Create Nightclub in Hollywood with a special DJ set. It was Hilton's first big DJ gig in the U.S. following her month-long residency deal in Ibiza, Spain back in August.
Paris got to the DJ booth near 12:30 a.m. and spun EDM favorites like Avicii's "Wake Me Up" and Empire of the Sun's "Alive." In a black dress, she put on her studded headphones, spun a few knobs, took a shot and smiled it up for the cameras as the night progressed.
During her set, Hilton covered the crowd in confetti and even made it artificially snow in the venue as '60-styled dancers grooved to the tunes. "Good Time" was later spun near the end of the evening. As a treat to fans, she also played "Last Night," another one of her Afrojack-produced, Lil Wayne collaborations that was never officially released. (Pitbull ended up taking the track last year when he added it to his "Global Warming" album.)
Near the end of the night, Hilton was joined on stage by Snoop Dogg and her label boss Birdman. Other special guests included Hilton's mom Kathy who briefly waved at crowd and posed for cameras during the opening DJ's set. Paris Hilton's DJ takeover in Hollywood was certainly a big spectacle fit for the multi-hyphenate celebutante.
"Good Time" marks Hilton's latest foray into music since she released her debut album "Paris" in 2006. The record spawned the Billboard Hot 100 top 20 hit "Stars Are Blind."
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