Paris Hilton makes shambolic DJ debut - video

The heiress' first outing on her DJ world tour didn't go too well

Paris Hilton makes shambolic DJ debut - video

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Paris Hilton made her DJing debut on Saturday (June 23) in Brazil and it didn't go terribly well.

The heiress and sometime singer played an hour-long set behind the decks at Pop Music Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and although she was sporting some very nice diamond encrusted headphones, she didn't actually appear to be doing too much by way of mixing.

Judging by the two videos of her set, which you can see by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking, Hilton mainly danced rather than doing any actual DJing.

In the second video, in which she goes to introduce her new Afrojack-produced single 'Last Night', she actually proceeds to play Rihanna's 'We Found Love' at the same time, leading to the most muddled mash-up of all time.

The heiress, who has said that she will undertaking a DJ world tour, is currently said to be working with Snoop Dogg and LMFAO on a new album, which is the follow-up to her 2006 debut dance-pop solo album 'Paris'.

Hilton has returned to music after her last reality TV venture The World According To Paris was cancelled after just one series.




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