Paris Hilton donned five black bondage costumes and several wigs on the downtown Los Angeles set of her music video High Off My Love on Wednesday
The always-pulchritudinous Paris Hilton donned five black bondage costumes and several wigs on the downtown Los Angeles set of her music video High Off My Love on Wednesday.
The 33-year-old reality star-turned-businesswoman, model, philanthropist, DJ, and dance pop princess showcased her spray-tanned body in a variety of harnessed ensembles selected by 'The Kids' stylist duo Sammy & Judy as she filmed the film clip for her follow-up to last year's buzz single, Good Time featuring Lil Wayne.
"Just wrapped on set," the blonde celebutante tweeted to her 12.8 million followers. "So happy with how it turned out! So sexy & fun! Can't wait for you all to see it!"
Paris - whose net worth is $100 million - looked fierce with her smoky eyes and red lips applied by make-up artist Etienne Ortega. The iconic platinum blonde - who paid her model extras $300 for the 12-hour day - also shared several selfies from the comfort of her trailer.
Hilton's cascading platinum locks were all coiffed by hair/wig-stylist Clyde Haygood.
The sometime-DJ looked particularly vampy in a collared, criss-crossing strappy mock-bikini, which would leave terrible tan lines.
High Off My Love was choreographed by famed choreographer and Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin, and it was directed by Hannah Lux Davis, who also helmed her music video for Good Time last October. During an interview with Paris for her podcast, Robin Antin described the heiress's new music as "incredible," "massive," and "next level."
On Thursday morning, the Simple Life star - who recently returned from Electric Daisy Carnival - tweeted she was back on set shooting the video for yet another single called Come Alive:
Good morning everyone! On way to set for my #ComeAlive music video shoot! Excited for another shoot day! #YMCMB ♡♫
Cash Money Records will release the "Stars Are Blind" singer's EDM-style studio album this year, which features Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, LMFAO, and Flo Rida.
Her self-titled debut in 2006 peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, received mixed reviews, and inspired a cockroach-infested art piece from Banksy.
Paris will continue her reported $100,000 four-gig residency at The Pool at Harrah's Casino in Atlantic City on October 11. She also returns to Ibiza this August for her second summer as the resident DJ at famed nightclub Amnesia.
Don't forget to buy "Good Time" on iTunes and watch the video.