added: 4 Mar 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Paris Hilton had Lil Wayne perform ten songs at her house to celebrate her birthday over the weekend.
The hotel heiress turned 32 on February 17 and held a late bash to mark the milestone at her Los Angeles home on Saturday evening.
Rapper Lil Wayne was the musical guest at the event, which the blonde star named Paris in Wonderland. He treated partygoers to a ten-song set, which Paris was thrilled with.
"Thank you @LilTuneChi for performing at my birthday party! Had the best time with you tonight! You were amazing! #BestBirthdayPartyEver! (sic)" Paris wrote on Twitter.
Many of her guests tweeted messages about the hip-hop star's appearance, including pictures from the event. In one image Lil Wayne was seen dressed in a white vest as he rapped into a silver sparkly microphone, with Paris laughing and dancing in the background.
The star's party had an Alice in Wonderland theme, complete with giant fake mushrooms and butterflies in bold colours which decorated her home. There were also models of the characters from the story, including the iconic Cheshire cat.
One picture posted online from the bash seemingly shows a large mural of the socialite's face which adorns one of her walls.
The star dressed as Alice for the event, opting for a baby blue mini-dress with a white overlay. She accessorised with a glittery black bow in her hair.
Paris appeared to have a great time at her party, telling her Twitter followers the event was "epic" and the "best time ever".
Guests were treated to only the best, with Paris re-tweeting an image of 100 bottles of champagne which were arranged for the night.
A picture of her pink birthday cake was also posted on the social networking site. It was adorned with the words 'Happy Birthday Paris' and a figurine of the star, which was surrounded by other characters. Some of them were made to look like fans asking for her autograph, while others were miniature paparazzi complete with cameras.
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