Paris Hilton fans say ‘our pop princess is back’ as star performs new song I’m Free at event

Paris Hilton’s pop comeback

Paris Hilton has made a triumphant return to the pop music scene, surprising fans with a performance of her new song ‘I’m Free’ at a recent Pride event. The socialite and singer, known for her previous pop hits, took the stage at the Alice + Olivia Pride party in New York City last week.

Hilton, 43, dazzled the crowd at Terminal 5, which she called “New York’s hottest Pride Party.” Dressed in a head-to-toe rainbow costume, she performed her latest single “I’m Free” surrounded by male backup dancers dressed in shiny silver costumes. Her ensemble included a sparkling mini dress with a plunging neckline, knee-high boots and matching colorful sunglasses, all of which added to the lively atmosphere of the event.

Paris shared a clip of her performance on TikTok and expressed her excitement about the experience. “The first time I performed my new single ‘I’m Free’ live was iconic,” she wrote in the caption, accompanied by a rainbow flag emoji. Fans quickly flooded the comments with praise and celebrated her return to the music scene. “Girl, you were BORN to sing and perform. I’m so proud of you for doing what you love,” one fan wrote. Another added: “PARIS YOU ATE THIS UPPPPPP.”

Hilton’s new single ‘I’m Free’ will be released on June 21st. The song, which celebrates individuality and self-expression, was perfectly timed for Pride Month. “My new single is all about celebrating who you are, and I just felt like it was Pride Month, it was the perfect time to come out,” Paris explained during her performance.

The event was a family affair for Hilton, who shared photos on Instagram showing her closest friends and family by her side. She also revealed that she put her “heart and soul” into her upcoming album “Infinite Icon.”

In addition to her music career, Paris has been busy with her personal life. She and her husband, Carter Reum, share two young children: a son named Phoenix, 1, and a daughter named London, 7 months. The couple tied the knot in 2021.

Hilton fans can also look forward to her return to television. She will reunite with her former partner in crime, Nicole Richie, for a new TV show. The duo previously starred in the hit series ‘The Simple Life’ from 2003 to 2007, where they left their rich lives behind to work on a farm. According to reports, the new project is still in the early stages of development, with James Corden’s company, Fulwell 73, securing the rights to the show.

Paris Hilton’s return to the pop music scene was received with excitement and enthusiasm by her fans. Her performance at the Pride event was a celebration of individuality and self-expression, perfectly timed for Pride Month. With a new single and album on the way, as well as a potential TV comeback, it looks like Paris Hilton is ready to reclaim her status as a pop icon.