Paris Hilton has quietly become the undisputed queen of Twitter in 2017, so it's time that everyone started paying attention. 10 years after the final episode of "The Simple Life" aired, the heiress and internationally-renowned DJ has proven time and again that she's a force to be reckoned with.
Sometime around the beginning of the summer, Hilton must have either hired someone to help her hone her Twitter presence or she did a serious deep-dive into what works for her, because it was then that her tweets rose to an entirely new level of amazingness.
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On June 6, Hilton took to Twitter to wish her timeless summer hit, "Stars Are Blind," a happy anniversary and, from then on, she has hopped aboard the nostalgia train and never looked back.
Between photos of her infamous friendships with Kim Kardashian, Britney Spears and sister Nicky Hilton, throwback clips from "The Simple Life" and makeshift memes that poke fun at herself, the eternal blonde has truly found her voice on Twitter by playing into the internet's obsession with nostalgia content. She knows we long for the days of her Juicy Couture jumpsuits, T-Mobile Sidekicks and "The OC," so why not remind us time and again that she was queen back then and she remains queen now?
It's Paris' willingness to be self-deprecating that has pushed her Twitter presence to a new, viral peak. The 36-year-old is in on the joke and, if you don't believe her, she doesn't mind, because she has the perfect motto for her haters: "When people you don't even know hate you, that's when you know you're the best."
And, yes, she tweeted that back on June 25. That's hot.
When people you don't even know hate you, that's when you know you're the best.
— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) June 25, 2017
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