Ahead of her second album to be released this summer, Paris Hilton worked the red carpet at last night's Grammy Awards (Feb. 12), which she said would be perfect for "clubs or Ibiza this summer."
"This album is so much fun, we've had the best time making it," Hilton said of the of the currently-unnamed sophomore effort last night. "Right now, dance and house music is really in. That's what this album is."
Hilton also revealed that Flo Rida, LMFAO, and "other surprise guests" also appear on the album. Paris recently told MTV that her comeback single would feature LMFAO, but it looks like the party-rock collaboration may not be the first taste of the album.
"We're deciding between four of them [singles] right now because they're all so amazing that its hard to choose which is first," Paris said of the album's first single, which will drop within "the next two months."
Afrojack also took time to speak with Billboard at the Grammys (next video), revealing that he helms four tracks on Hilton's upcoming album. When asked for more, the dance producer stayed mum, saying, "I'm going to let the music speak for itself."