WATCH: Newly engaged Paris Hilton makes musical comeback with 'ultimate Valentine's song' dedicated to fiancée
'I wanted to make something timeless and classic'
Paris Hilton is quite the romantic.
The Hilton heiress, who said 'yes' to boyfriend The Leftovers star Chris Zylka when he presented her with a $2million diamond ring on a lavish trip to Aspen, takes Valentine's so seriously in fact that she chose it as the day make her music comeback - with a song dedicated to her husband-to-be.
Hilton's new song 'I Need You', the video for which directed by fiancée Chris and released on Valentine's Day, is the reality star's stab at a 'the ultimate Valentine's day song'.
And she revealed that while she wrote the lyrics before things became seriously with Chris, whom she had known as a friend for eight years, they now 'definitely mean something' as she has found her 'dream man'.
“I’ve always done pop and dance music and EDM, and with this song I wanted to make something timeless and classic” she told People.
“At that point in my life [when I wrote it], I wasn’t with anyone, so this is the perfect point in my life to release it because now the words definitely mean something. It’s just always how I wanted to feel, [and] I found my dream man.”
“I’ve never felt like this in my life,” she said. “I’ve never trusted anybody and, with him, he’s so loyal and so dedicated.”
“He dedicates his life to me, he’s my best friend, my other half, my soul mate — there’s no one else like him in the world.”
'I Need You' is Paris' first single in three years, and the star is most well known musically for her 2006 hit 'Stars are Blind'.
The video features the bride-to-be popping out of a wedding cake, before she's seen on a giant bed in lacy pink underwear with her giant engagement ring on show.
The heiress recently revealed that she has not yet started to plan her nuptials, which she has already invited pal Kim Kardashian to, despite saying she wanted 'a few weddings'.
"I feel like I want to do a couple [of weddings]..." the heiress revealed. "For my 21st birthday, I had five parties, so maybe for the wedding I will have a European one, an American one, one for everyone around the world."