Paris Hilton, DJ extraordinaire, finally debuted her skills at a recent gig at the Pop Music Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Although Hilton was seeming overwhelmed by the crowd’s positive response to her appearance — she tweeted about how the event was one of the greatest nights of her life — those in attendance apparently felt a little differently about the show. As soon as Hilton stepped on stage and addressed the crowd, the heckling and booing began.
“I’ve partied all around the world… to the best parties… but I’ve never seen anyone party like you guys do in Brazil,” she said before her infamous set was underway. In one of the many photos posted over at The Mirror, someone can be spotted turning on the decks for poor Paris. I don’t think I’ve ever encountered a DJ would couldn’t operate their own equipment. Of course, I might not be rolling in the right circles, so you’ll have to forgive my ignorance.
The highlight of the show was the debut of a track Paris did with famed DJ AfroJack. According to the folks over at TMZ, the heiress is plotting a follow-up to her first album, the 2006 electro-dance effort “Paris”, which is rumored to feature collaborations from Snoop Dogg and LMFAO. Here’s hoping this particular endeavor proves a bit more fruitful than her recent outing as a DJ.
As you can imagine, the dance-loving, electronic music-worshipping folks over at Twitter have had plenty to say on the subject. You can find an assortment of reactions to Hilton’s gig in the space below. For those of you who need more footage of Paris’ Pop Music Festival debacle, two more videos have been included, as well. Enjoy…?
Wow! What an incredible night! So happy you all loved my set! Loved watching you all smile & dance! One of the best night’s of my life! ???
So Paris Hilton is a DJ now… *awkward silence*
Paris Hilton’s a DJ now. I think I’ll apply for NASA tomorrow.
Sources say Al-Qaeda is claiming responsibility for the bomb dropped by Paris Hilton on the DJ world and that is the Gospel
Dear Paris Hilton, Just cause you’re dating a DJ doesn’t mean you can be one. Just stop. Sincerely, Everyone