Paris Hilton is taking her talents to the boardroom.
While her 2000s reality show "The Simple Life" made her a household name, Hilton revealed in an interview with Plastik magazine that she'll never dabble in that part of the industry anymore.
"My team gets calls every single day with offers for reality TV but I am so busy running my empire that I don't have time for it," Hilton said. "I feel like I have been there and done that and it's not a priority in my life. I am more interested in being a businesswoman."
Among the things on her plate right now? Her 19 product lines, 20 fragrances (including the newly released Gold Rush), and a standing gig as a DJ in Ibiza.
And how could we forget about her new romance? The beauty is currently dating actor Chris Zylka. They have made their relationship Instagram official in a series of cute photos, including one in which she calls "The Leftovers'" star "My Love."
The socialite stripped down in a series of photographs for the magazine, clad in sexy plastic-inspired outfits. She literally looks like a real-life Barbie doll!
In one look, the "Stars Are Blind" songstress showed off her perfect physique in a shiny red leotard ensemble with sky-high nude pumps. She also added extensions to her already long blonde tresses.
In another snapshot, the blonde bombshell goes topless, with only a plastic red seashell covering her breast.
And while it looks like Paris is living her best life right now, she repeatedly struggles with one thing: "The most challenging part has been people taking me seriously."
In fact, she says most people are caught off-guard by her business-savvy mindset.
"They are always so surprised when I come prepared to meetings and that I am well-versed in whatever business venture we are discussing."
Paris, who comes from a family of successful business leaders, reveals she considers her grandfather Barron Hilton one of her mentors.
She also shared some advice for little girls who want to follow in her footsteps.
"My advice would be to continue to work hard and surround yourself with good people and a great team who really want the best for you. Also, don't let it get to your head and always treat fans with love and respect."