Paris Hilton completes Kylie Minogue-influenced second album

Socialite says she doesn’t know which label will release the record

Paris Hilton has confirmed that she has completed her new album – despite not knowing which label will release it.

The celebrity told Entertainment Weekly that she had recorded the dance-influenced record with Paramore producer Mike Green.

“I wrote all the songs,” she said. “It’s very dance, like Kylie Minogue.”


Despite releasing her debut album, 2006’s ‘Paris’, on her own Heiress Records label, Hilton] said she was unsure how the new album would come out.

“I’m figuring it out right now,” she said. “I’m not sure which label I’m doing it with.”

Famously, 500 copies of ‘Paris’ were sabotaged by the graffiti artist Banksy and Gorillaz/Gnarls Barkley member Danger Mouse. The duo replaced the albums with their own interpretations of Hilton‘s music and altered the album art to show a topless Hilton with a dog’s head.