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People think Paris Hilton’s voice changed mid-interview from ‘fake to real’

People think Paris Hilton’s voice changed mid-interview from ‘fake to real’

Socialite Paris Hilton's voice appeared to change during an interview with Ellen DeGeneres

It's no secret that the voice of one of the biggest names in socialite history belongs to the one and only Paris Hilton.

The iconic drawl is beloved by many who grew up watching the likes of The Simple Life - but what may be news to some is that the owner of that legendary voice was actually faking it.

After releasing her YouTube documentary I Am Paris in 2020, the reality star decided to reveal to the world that everything that we knew about her, and her image, was simply a character all along.

Having ditched the party-girl image long ago, it seems as if she has become her true self in recent years and has been displaying an all-new - and much more authentic - look.

No longer sporting the catchphrase 'That’s hot’, the blonde beauty - who was one of the most popular celebs on the 2000s socialite scene - wanted to set the record straight so that her fans could know the ‘real’ her.

Having married her partner in 2021 and going on to welcome a baby via surrogacy in January 2022, she's truly changing her image to more 'family' orientated - and that includes the voice she has been putting on for all these years.

Paris Hilton's image has changed over the years.

A resurfaced interview with Ellen DeGeneres has been posted online recently, showcasing how her 'real' voice.

In the clip, which has gained popularity on TikTok, Paris and the talk show host converse about her then upcoming wedding to now husband, Carter Reum.

At approximately 43 seconds in, you can hear Paris drop her usual 'LA girl' voice and it becomes much deeper and more casual.

This isn’t the first time she’s used her real voice though, as when Paris spoke to 7News when promoting her documentary, she candidly used her deeper tone while speaking.

In the interview, she said: "This entire time I have been playing a character so the world has never truly known who I am.

"I feel it's time for the world to finally know how I was. I feel that I've been through so much."

The reality star has admitted she put on a fake voice for years.
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While talking to the interviewer about her motives for coming out of her previous image and dropping the fake voice, she admitted that she wanted to change her 'legacy'.

"The real me is someone who is actually brilliant. I'm not a dumb blonde, I'm just really good at pretending to be one.

"I don't want to be remembered for some airhead, but the businesswoman I am."

Featured Image Credit: Telepictures Productions

Topics: Celebrity, Social Media, TikTok