'Simple Life' Fans Stunned As Paris Hilton Uses Her 'Real Voice' For First Time In Interview
Everyone knows Paris Hilton as the blonde heiress who starred in The Simple Life, the poster child of the 2000s LA socialite scene who had Kim Kardashian as an assistant.
Now, Paris, 39, has revealed that she's been "playing a character" this whole time - and wants to change her legacy with a brand new tell-all documentary on the star's life.
Speaking to news reporters on 7News Australia while promoting the upcoming doc, This is Paris, the star used her 'real voice' for the first time, leaving viewers shocked. You can watch it here:
Paris admitted to putting her famous baby voice as part of her public persona and that she isn't the "dumb blonde" everyone thinks she is.
"This entire time I have been playing a character so the world has never truly known who I am," she says in an uncharacteristically deep voice to the one we are used to.
"I feel it's time for the world to finally know how I was. I feel that I've been through so much," she told reporters Sam Armytage and David Koch.
Paris went on to say she she wanted to change her 'legacy'.
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"The real me is someone who is actually brilliant. I'm not a dumb blonde, I'm just really good at pretending to be one.
"I don't want to be remembered for some airhead, but the businesswoman I am."
Naturally, fans over on Twitter we stunned at Paris's revelations.
"Paris Hilton talking in her real voice and not her baby voice is SUCH a fucking SERVE!," one wrote.
"It's 2020 and locals are just now finding out paris hilton's baby voice was fake," said another.
A third added: "I'm glad to hear Paris dropping the baby voice. She's a grown woman and can finally be her authentic self."
"Paris Hilton's documentary really humanizes her. It shows you a different and real side of her. Not the baby voice and glam side. The real side," said another.
This Is Paris is available to watch on YouTube now.
Featured Image Credit: 7News Australia