Paris Hilton has been working on her new music video and is confident it will be ''amazing'' when it's finished.
Paris Hilton has been shooting a new music video - which she is promising fans will be ''amazing''.
The 32-year-old socialite - who released her debut album 'Paris' in 2006 - is bringing out a house music album later this year after signing to Cash Money records, and she has been busy filming ''hot'' scenes for a promo for her new track , which she has subtly hinted is named 'Good Time'.
In a posting on Twitter, she said: ''My music video shoot is going amazing! So excited with how it's turning out! Can't wait to show you guys! #YES! #GoodTime (sic)''
Prior to filming kicking off, the blonde beauty tweeted: ''On set about to shoot the first scene of my music video. Ready to have a #GoodTime! (sic)''
The heiress is working with director Hannah Lux David - who has most recently shot videos for Ciara and Nicki Minaj's 'I'm Out', as well as Birdman's 'Tapout' - for her upcoming video, and has nothing but praise for her talent.
Paris wrote on the social networking site: ''On the way to my music video set. So excited! @HannahLuxDavis is such a talented director & I love her version for this video! Can't wait! (sic)''
The star has already recorded a single with Lil' Wayne, which sees the rapper make fun of Paris' infamous sex tape, with the lyrics: ''Excuse my french, but f**k the cameras, I want to spend a night in Paris.''
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