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Sparkling rainbow suit and all-time selfies: This was the great Paris Hilton show |  festive summer

Sparkling rainbow suit and all-time selfies: This was the great Paris Hilton show | festive summer

She grabbed the spotlight. Miss Paris Hilton (41). Not its beats, but its cuteness. In a sparkly rainbow suit, the blond heiress elevated the frenzy of Tomorrowland’s last evening. “Oh my God, so am I Joy To come back here after three years. I love you all! “

No sooner had her welcome been cold than Hilton’s iPhone arrived, a selfie behind the DJ booth here, a selfie from her library-packed theater there. can her paris Excitement not on. “It’s been three years since my first visit here,” she told her people. “The way is too long. Let’s make it good again, Tomorrowland! Let’s go!”

We’re barely eight minutes away and Miss Paris is already crawling into her DJ booth. A rather dramatic dance as if standing on a bar in a crowded tent. Amazing performance, and it’s easy going. Everyone watches and joins the blond Hilton heiress. From the most popular dance recordings of the moment to Whitney Houston’s “I Want To Dance With Someone” to Oasis’ song “Wonderwall”. No Hilton blows everything into boxes. Except for her single “Lone Wolves” with her Belgian friend Anouk Maton, which was deleted. The opportunity was missed, because MATTN was programmed on the same stage after Paris Hilton, and was already ready behind her.

The ladies performed that song three years ago, when she was still on the main stage. When Paris went backstage with everyone in the picture, she didn’t appear there this year. No interviews, no photos. The DJ moment on the last day of Tomorrowland where all your eyes were drawn to.

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It’s time to take a selfie! © Joel Hollerts / Photonews

Joel Hollertz / Photonews

© Joel Hollerts / Photonews

Joel Hollertz / Photonews

© Joel Hollerts / Photonews