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Netflix's Cooking with Paris was announced across Hilton's social media profiles with a poster consisting of a cookbook with a picture of Paris in a pink chef's outfit.
The show will bring a fresh twist to the cooking genre because Paris isn’t a trained chef and she doesn’t know how to cook - we still remember when she tried to cook bacon with an iron on The Simple Life.
Luckily the hotel heiress will have the help of her celebrity friends who are set to make special guest appearances to discover fresh new ingredients and hopefully will be able to make her own dishes.
According to Variety, Paris will embrace her “newly domesticated side” as she “learns to sauté, sear and zest”. She also aims to take viewers from the grocery store to the dinner table.
In January 2020, Paris blessed the world with her "famous" lasagne recipe in a YouTube video that went viral and racked up more than five million views. While the video didn't set the culinary world alight, it did lead to Paris securing her new Netflix series.
While we wait for Paris' Netflix debut, you can take a trip down memory lane because all episodes of The Simple Life - aka the best reality show of all time - are available to stream on Hayu.
The reality show follows Paris and fellow socialite Nicole Richie, as they tried to live 'the simple life' ditching their wealthy lifestyles for manual jobs such as farm work, cleaning and waitressing.
The pair travelled across America in an RV sampling a variety of jobs - and with hilarious results. The iconic show was a massive hit, and gave us those all important catchphrases such as 'that's hot' and 'sanasa'. Future pop star Kesha also hosted Paris and Nicole at her family's house in 2005.
Cooking With Paris will launch on the streaming service on 4th August with six episodes.
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