Paris Hilton showed off some serious dance moves as she celebrated turning 39 at a glitzy birthday in LA.
The heiress twerked on the floor and danced on tables to her own music as she partied with her friends and family.
Her sister Nicky, 36, brought out an enormous Barbie birthday cake with candles, while posters of Paris’ face adorned the walls.
The theme for the bash was ‘sliving’, a term coined by Paris to combine ‘slaying’ and ‘living’.
The venue was decorated with neon signs, huge balloons and pink glitter, with mini bottles of tequila passed around on trays and pizza served to guests.
Parked outside was the ‘slivmobile’, a custom BMW decorated in tie-dye colours and bathed in a pink light.
Celebrity guests in attendance including Kim Kardashian, who reportedly brought the camera crew for her Keeping Up With The Kardashians reality show.
A source told ET that Kim only stayed for half an hour, but the former frenemies Paris and Kim still managed to catch up.
They revealed: “Paris and Kim bonded just like the old days.”
Other showbiz guests included Rita Ora, Chris Brown, Heidi Klum, French Montana and Machine Gun Kelly.
Paris Instagram was alight the whole night as she posed for selfies and videos in her stunning silver glittery mini dress, which she paired with silver fingerless gloves.
The star even got behind the decks at one point, dancing in the DJ booth to the Spice Girls.
She posted photos of her various extravagant birthday gifts including enormous diamond earrings from her boyfriend, entrepreneur Carter Reum.
He also bought her a crown and a My Little Pony, and framed a romantic photo of the couple together.
Last year the iconic media personality shared the secret to looking like she’s still in her 20s and swearing that she has never had surgery.
Paris insists staying out of the sun is the key to maintaining a youthful glow.
She told MailOnline: “My mother always taught me to stay out of the sun and about how important skincare is.”
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