Loves it: Paris Hilton to release second album, “Infinite Icon”

The album drops Sept. 6.

"Stars Are Blind" hive, rejoice: Paris Hilton is returning to music.

The former reality TV star and hotel heiress will release her second album, Infinite Icon, on Sept. 6. The first single (title yet to be revealed) will drop sometime in June.

Hilton teased the album with a star-studded video shared onto Instagram on Wednesday, which features Kris Jenner, Elle and Dakota Fanning, Benny Blanco, and Demi Lovato, among others, asking her to "spill the tea" on her "secret."

Hilton released her first self-titled album in 2006, which included the cult hit "Stars Are Blind." She continued to release one-off singles sporadically in the years that followed, including 2015's "High Off My Love," 2018's "I Need You," 2023's "Hot One," and, most recently, this year's "Fame Won't Love You," a collaboration with Sia.

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Hilton told Rolling Stone last year that the experience of creating "Hot One" emboldened her to embark on a new album. "I was instantly inspired and knew we had to make this record. We went into Sunset Sound Studio and ended up recording 3 songs in just one day! It was magic!”

<p>Courtesy of Brian Ziff</p> Artwork for Paris Hilton's second album.

Courtesy of Brian Ziff

Artwork for Paris Hilton's second album.

The announcement comes after news that Hilton is set to reunite with her The Simple Life costar Nicole Richie for a new reality series on Peacock. Details are scarce at the moment, but Richie recently confirmed that the project is not a reboot of The Simple Life, which followed the wealthy socialites as they struggled to work low-paying jobs, including serving meals at fast food joints and milking cows at a dairy farm.

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"It’s been 20 years since Paris and I worked together," Richie said during a recent appearance on Good Morning America. "We wanted to celebrate that. I can’t tell you too much right now, but we’ve worked together to create something very special and exciting. I can’t wait for it to come out.”

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