Paris Hilton shuts down 'ridiculous' conspiracy theory surrounding Britney Spears photo
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Paris Hilton has hit back at the 'ridiculous' conspiracy theory surrounding a Britney Spears selfie.
The socialite attended talent agent Cade Hudson’s birthday party and shared a series a celeb-filled pics on socials on Friday (6 January).
Hilton was hanging out with the likes of Emma Roberts, Drew Barrymore, Tiffany Haddish and of course, the birthday boy himself.
However, it seems that one selfie with pop icon Britney Spears has caused a bizarre conspiracy theory in the comments.
Some of her 21 million followers thought that the singer's inclusion in the photo was just a fake 'AI of Britney'.
"It's really strange how half the necklace chains are missing in the photo with Britney. And what’s wrong with her fingers?" one person commented.
While a second said: "Like who cares. Where’s Britney?"
"WHY SHE TAG EVERYONE AND NOT BRITNEY??????????" someone else wrote.
Another added: "Why are you using an AI of Britney? If you're her friend, why can't you use the real her?"
Hilton shut down the conspiracy theory in the comments, writing: "To all of those asking. Some of these photos were taken on an iPhone so they ended up being blurry.
"So they used this app called Remini to make it look unblurry and sometimes the Ai distorts images.
"Didn’t want to even dignify this with a response.
"But some of these conspiracy theories are absolutely ridiculous."
Dressed in very short shorts and a crop top with 'LOVE' written on it, she's seemingly dancing away to the song without a care in the world.
But this didn't go down well with a proportion of her followers, who dubbed the 'Toxic' singer as 'painful to watch'.
One person said: "Doesn’t even look like Britney," while a second thought: "Britney this is the lowest you have been what’s happening."
And a third fan said: "Ugh it’s painful to watch."
Another thought: "She does not look well."
As expected, some disagreed, as one fan hit back: "It's not at all. It's beautiful watching her become more comfortable and at home in her own body. If it's painful for you maybe ya should f**ken scroll rather than engage so you'll (try to) see less of her?"
"I never know what she’s doing but she’s having fun and I’m here for it," a second fan wrote.
While another person pointed out: "It's so weird Britney gets bullied for dancing around in her house/room as if everyone else doesn't do that.
"You guys are as bad as her family sometimes."