Paris Hilton is getting ready to take her worldwide birthday bash to Brazil.
The former reality TV star has been celebrating her 33rd birthday for more than a week, and as per usual she’s doing it in a big way.
UK newspaper The Sun reports Paris was spinning a the Cash Money Records party at LIV club in Miami in Tuesday night, and according to her Instagram feed, she won’t be staying in the Florida hotspot long.
“Hey #Brazil! You're the next stop on my #BirthdayPartyCircuit! So excited to go to #Florianopolis for my 1st time & play at @PoshClubOficial on February 28th!” the captioned an image of a flyer for the event.
The promo features Paris posing in a white cut-out leotard, heels and a rabbit mask, which she’s lifting slightly off her face.
Paris wasn’t shy about letting fans know she was having a great time in Miami either.
The socialite posted several pictures on the photo-sharing app of herself dressed up and hitting the town.
“#Killingit in the #Maybach convertible with the #BOSS @Birdman5star. #MiamiNights,” she captioned an image of herself in the back of the luxury car.
“Love how everyone in #Miami came to celebrate me & @Birdman5Star's Birthday at @LIVMiami! S/O [shout out] to Lebron James, D.Wade, Derrick Rose, Michael Vick, Neyo, Maxwell, Tiesto, Joakim Noah, DJ Khaled, Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe, Asante Samuels, JPP, Darrell Revis, Mario Chalmers, Michael Beasley, All the Heat & Bulls players, NFL players & #YMCMB,” she wrote.
Paris has been spending more time with Cash Money CEO Birdman after signing with the record label last summer.
Many have questioned Cash Money's decision to take Paris on as a recording artist. But Birdman has only confidence in his latest signing.
"We're hustlers, we love money and she's already great I think. We're music and when we put that combination together it's special. We turned something good into something great,” he told MTV after the news broke.
"When she came and played her music for me, I was taken away, I was excited. I was surprised, I didn't know what to expect when I first heard it but when I heard it I was like it was something I'd love to work with," he said.