Paris Hilton Teases ‘Best Friend’s A**’ Music Video Starring Kim Kardashian – Get the Details!

Besides the ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star, the music video will also reportedly star ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ star and Britney Spears impersonator Derrick Barry.

AceShowbizParis Hilton has a new music video coming soon, and she has enlisted her best friend Kim Kardashian‘s help for the visuals. Taking to Instagram on Thursday, May 9, the hotel heiress shared a picture of her and the KKW Beauty founder on the set of the music video for her new single with Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, “Best Friend’s A**”.

The picture featured the two ladies holding hands as they were twinning in silver metalic outfits. While Paris opted for a backless two-piece ensemble, Kim stunned in a short dress and styled her hair in a high ponytail. Getting cheeky in the caption of the post, the socialite wrote, “I can’t stop looking at my #BestFriendsA** @KimKardashian.”

It’s unknown when the music video will be making its way out.

A source told that Paris and Kim filmed the visuals at the Nightingale Plaza club on May 2. The insider also shared details about how the music video would look like. “The scene in the music video is a surreal shot of Kim standing frozen like a Greek Goddess statue in a glowing corridor surrounded by shirtless male models painted in glitter who are also frozen,” the insider said. “Paris walks over to her, she comes to life as Paris whispers into her ear.”

The source continued, “Paris and Kim were so cute together, laughing, smiling, holding hands and having the best time. They both looked stunning and hotter than ever! It was truly iconic to see.” Besides the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star, the music video will also likely star “RuPaul’s Drag Race” star and Britney Spears impersonator Derrick Barry. He was recently spotted on the music video set in full “I’m a Slave 4 U” attire.

“Best Friend’s A**” follows Paris’ 2018 single “I Need You”, which was dedicated to her then-fiance Chris Zylka.

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