Paris Hilton made an appearance on "Miley's New Year's Eve Party" to perform "Stars Are Blind."
Hilton wore a pink, sparkly mini dress as she sang her hit from 2006.
The dress was an homage to the silver dress she wore to her 21st birthday.
Paris Hilton recreated one of her most iconic looks during a surprise appearance on "Miley's New Year's Eve Party."
The event included myriad musical performances, including a mashup of Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" and Parton's "I Will Always Love You."
Cyrus also surprised guests by singing Paris Hilton's 2006 song "Stars Are Blind." During the performance, Sia came on stage to sing with Cyrus, and eventually Hilton herself joined the pair — to wild cheers from the audience.
Hilton, 41, released a new version of "Stars Are Blind" on December 30 on Amazon, and called performing with Cyrus and Sia "the perfect way to ring in 2023 and celebrate my new version of this iconic song" in an Instagram post.
Adding to the fun, Hilton also rocked one of her iconic looks during the performance: a mini dress covered in pink sequins with a plunging neckline.
The dress had halter spaghetti straps and daring slits on each side.
The mini was almost identical to the silver dress Hilton wore to her 21st birthday party in 2002, aside from the color.
It also had a straight hem, while the original's was asymmetrical. Hilton paired the dress with a thick, sparkling choker just as she did in 2002, but didn't add the butterfly clips in her hair again.
Hilton's 21st birthday look has become a pop culture touchstone.
Kendall Jenner even wore a modern version of the dress when she turned 21, according to People.
It's also not the first time Hilton has rocked a look similar to the iconic mini dress, as she wore another similar look in 2018, as People reported.
In her post about her surprise performance, Hilton also hinted that she has more in store for her fans in 2023.
"I can't wait to show you all the other exciting things I'm working on," she captioned the post. "This is only the beginning! Happy new year!"
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