Paris Hilton may be fully embracing her new calling as the meme queen of Twitter , but that doesn't mean she's forgotten the importance of an Instagram presence. In fact, she's been more active than ever on the mogul-saturated platform, uploading a vintage-inspired pin-up photo each day as a promotional countdown to her new single, "I Need You. In the Instagram post, Hilton poses in a bed more like pool, honestly of roses, just like Mena Suvari's character, Angela Hayes. Taking some creative license with the source material, Hilton is photographed wearing a pair of nude fish-net leggings, a French manicure, large rocks on her ears, and an even larger rock on that finger.
And with one crucial exception, she also appears to be supremely talentless. Her acting has been laughed at, her performance on television has drawn scorn, her successful attempt to trademark the catchphrase "That's hot" has been widely mocked. Even her raunchy video performance with a then boyfriend received decidedly mixed reviews. And yet she and her silly pet chihuahua, Tinkerbell, are here and there and everywhere. She is on the cover of magazines, she is opening new nightclubs in Florida, she has her own brand of perfume, she designs purses and bags, she is in music videos and television commercials for mobile phones and hamburgers.
She rarely strays from her trademark Barbie girl look that comes complete with a pink convertible Bentley. The year-old heiress displayed a blunt fringe and smoky eyes as she showed of her enviable body in the black and white shots. Dark angel: Paris Hilton looks better than ever in an edgy new photo shoot for V Magazine.
The blonde heiress has posed in a bed of roses with only petals to cover her privates in a snap she shared on Instagram. Paris became engaged to Chris Zylka after he popped the question during a New Year trip to skiing resort Aspen in Colorado. Speaking to People magazine, Paris revealed that Chris popped the question while on a mountain in the ski resort. The original IT girl, who tweeted a snap of the magical moment, admitted she has "never felt so happy, safe and loved".