Remember The Time: Paris Hilton Looks Back On 'Stars Are Blind'

Paris Hilton photographed at the Billboard Studio in New York City
Kate Glicksberg

Watch Paris reminisce about her Top 20 hit in our latest edition to the throwback series.

Paris Hilton is back with "Good Time," a new, Lil Wayne-assisted single that serves as the first offering from her Cash Money Records debut. Hilton's forthcoming album isn't her first, of course -- back in 2006, the "Simple Life" star issued her first full-length, "Paris," which spawned the the shimmering pop hit, "Stars Are Blind."

During her recent stop by Billboard's New York studio, Hilton talked to Billboard's Andrew Hampp about her "iconic" first single, its music video and the first time she heard the song on the radio, as part of Pop Shop's 'Remember The Time' series. Watch below:



Co-produced by Lady Gaga collaborator Fernando Garibay, "Stars Are Blind" peaked at No. 18 on the Hot 100 chart, and has sold 563,000 downloads to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan. "Shooting the music video was so much fun, and I had the best time doing it, and was so proud when it came out and everyone loved it so much," says Hilton.

Click here for more from Hilton's Billboard interview, including some insight into her upcoming sophomore album. And watch the "Stars Are Blind" video one more time:

 

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