Paris Hilton Puts The Romance In Valentine’s Day With “I Need You”


Forget about Cupid. Paris Hilton is the true messenger of love this Valentine’s Day! The heiress celebrates the occasion with a (kind of) new single called “I Want You.” Co-written with Simon Wilcox and Mike Green, the doo-wop bop has been floating around online since at least 2010. What inspired the thinking man’s chanteuse to roll it out now? Well, she’s all loved-up thanks to her engagement to actor Chris Zylka and this is her way of sharing some of their happiness with the world. Which makes her saint and a vocalist.

“I wanna put the happy in your Birthday and I wanna be the merry in your Christmas,” Paris coos at the beginning of the song over a ’50s-inspired arrangement. “I’m always giving thanks for you on every Thanksgiving.” From there, the 36-year-old continues to wax lyrical about love and holidays until she reaches the romantic chorus. “Every hour of the day (every hour of the day), every day of the week (every day of the week),” the “Stars Are Blind” hitmaker sings. “I need you (I need you).” Listen below.

Paris Hilton Prepares A New Song Called “I Need You” For Valentine’s Day


Valentine’s Day just got a lot more exciting. Paris Hilton has been working on her highly anticipated sophomore album, and our first taste of new music is right around the corner. Yesterday (February 7), the 36-year-old announced plans to unveil a single called “I Need You” on the lover’s holiday during an interview with E! News. Inspired by her fiancé, Chris Zylka, the track is sure to be a massive pop moment from the superstar socialite.

Fans were quick to point out that a demo of Paris singing a track called “I Need You” surfaced in 2010 and has existed on YouTube since then. “Babe I love you so much so I wrote you this song. I need you,” she coos on the opening line. The saccharine, doo-wop-inspired production is a bit of a sonic switch-up from the candy-coated EDM buzz tracks she has released recently so it is possible the “Stars Are Blind” siren has another track with the same title up her sleeve.

Hopefully “I Need You” is more than a festive one-off and becomes the lead single to Paris’ full-length project. Last August she hinted the album was almost complete, and it could be dropping in 2018. EDM’s most relevant DJ has been chipping away at her sophomore LP since at least 2013 when she dropped “Good Time.” She followed that up with another bop called “Come Alive” in 2014 and then rebranded with the grittier “High Off My Love” in 2015. With any luck, her latest will be another infectious bop. Check out her official announcement below!

Countdown starts now, Day 7 #INeedYou 💋

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Paris Hilton Hints at Engagement to Chris Zylka: ‘I Want to Spend the Rest of My Life’ With Him

arrives at the 24th Annual Race To Erase MS Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 5, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.

Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka are getting serious!

ET’s Lauren Zima caught up with the cute couple at the Race to Erase MS Gala at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on Friday, where they opened up about a possible proposal after Hilton arrived with a ring on that finger.

«This is actually a gift from my friend, Rosalina,» Hilton explained, before her beau added that the pair are «not yet» engaged. «You’ll find out,» Zylka teased.

«[We’re] soulmates, for sure,» Hilton gushed. «100 percent.» «You wake up with a smile and you fall asleep with a smile,» Zylka said of life with his ladylove.

«[Being soulmates is] just being best friends and finally finding someone that I love and trust and know that I want to spend the rest of my life with,» the former reality star added. «It’s the best feeling in the world.»

Hilton isn’t the only one head over heels for Zylka. According to the blonde beauty, the 31-year-old Leftovers star already has mom Kathy Hilton’s approval. «My mom loves him. She definitely approves!» she revealed. «She’s so happy. She already says he’s part of the family.»

 This article originally appeared on ET Online