Paris Hilton loves to stay in the news for whatever reason it may be. It was her birthday recently and Paris was all dolled up for the big bash. The Hilton heiress chose to wear a really revealing dress for her birthday which had a huge slit but the birthday girl chose to skip the underwear completely!
The 33-year-old left nothing to the imagination of the onlookers at her grand gala birthday bash. When Paris showed the pictures of the dress on her Instagram account, she was seen wearing pink panties with it. But probably the controversial star wanted to make this birthday memorable one where people could talk about it even after it was over. Hence, Paris posed for the pictures again and this time removed any trace of panties beneath.
The Mirror is showing pictures of Paris Hilton celebrating her birthday and her crotch is seen clearly in the thigh high split. It leaves nothing to imagination and one of the pictures show Paris holding her slits to save her modesty. View her crotch revealing pictures here. and here.
The "Good Time" singer achieved what she was aiming for - controversial birthday party! She was dressed as a Barbie doll for her birthday with complete sparkling tiara, a floating, eye-popping pink gown and shimmering heels.
This is not the first time that the hotel heiress has gone without the underwear. She chose not to wear underwear at the Grammy Awards show recently. You can see her pictures here.
Needless to say, Paris made sure everybody was aware about her "revealing dress" and talked about the controversy surrounding in on her Instagram page too.
"Yes, my dress was a lil revealing. But it's my birthday & it's a dress straight off the runway. I don't care what haters say, I think it's stunning! #BirthdayBarbie," Paris wrote on her Instagram account with a picture below.
"Yes! I know! My dress has a very high cut slit! And that's because it's a dress straight off the runway! I saw it in my friend @AlonLivne's #NYFW fashion show & I just knew it would be the perfect #Birthday dress! Loves it! #CoutureRunwayBarbie," she further added.
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