Paris Hilton would’ve been in Toronto for the Collision conference this week, but like many large events these days, it went virtual because of the coronavirus.

COVID-19 has also meant that Hilton, the world’s highest-paid female DJ, hasn’t been able to play in front of the huge crowds that she’s used to.

She spoke to Yahoo Finance Canada’s Jessy Bains about how she’s been able to keep the music going, and entrepreneurship during the pandemic.

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Chef Paris is ready to make her return.

The world fell in love with Paris Hilton’s cooking skills when she unveiled the first episode of her YouTube show “Cooking with Paris” back in January, and since then she’s been busy crafting up some delectable dishes for the series.

The reality star tells PEOPLE that she’s been filming a number of episodes over the past few months. “There’s going to be more coming out very soon,” she says. “The last one I just did was with my sister [Nicky Hilton Rothschild] — we cooked different party hors d’oeuvres like Jell-O shots and nachos.”

And for those of you who would prefer a hardcopy of her recipes — like the “famous lasagna” from the first episode of “Cooking with Paris” — well, you’re in luck. Hilton revealed that she’s also working on her own cookbook. “People will see in the next couple months,” she teases.

In the meantime, fans can try Hilton’s latest masterpiece right on Uber Eats. The heiress dreamed up the “Princess Paris Sliving Burger” with Hunter Pritchett, chef at Atrium restaurant in Los Angeles, for Uber Eats & Off the Menu’s Burger Showdown.

Hilton is one of more than 60 celebrities (including Matthew McConaughey, Shay Mitchell, and Max Greenfield) participating in the virtual celebrity burger competition going on May 28 through May 31. Each star was paired with a restaurant in one of 10 cities to craft up their own custom burger — and whoever’s burger has the most likes and orders will have a donation made in their name to Frontline Foods’ Covid-19 Relief Fund.

Hilton’s Sliving burger, named after her signature slang for slaying and living your best life, is made with Wagyu beef “which makes it taste insane,” she says. It’s topped with melted cheddar cheese, butter lettuce, star-shaped dill pickles, onion rings, a special pink sauce, and honey. Yes, honey.

There’s just so many different elements to it — it’s just like the perfect burger,” she adds.

For Hilton, putting honey on this burger was a no brainer. “I like honey on most things, actually,” she says. “I make these really amazing turkey sandwiches and I always put honey on the toasted sourdough – that with the mustard makes it taste sweet and sour. It’s just good, so I thought it would be great on the burger, and it’s different than what other people are making.


So far, 2020 has made a mockery of our best laid plans, but one activity that will thankfully never be cancelled is binge-watching TV from the privacy of our own homes. Personally, I’ve been reaching back into the archives to knock the classics I’ve never seen off my shameful secret list (*ahem* The Sopranos), or watching nostalgic favourites that will slap till the end of time.

One such masterpiece is The Simple Life, the reality show—which propelled Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie into superstardom—that saw the BFFs holed up in small-town America, working a series of average-Joe jobs for five seasons. During its run from 2003–2007, The Simple Life depicted Hilton and Richie doing a variety of extremely un-socialite-like tasks, from milking cows to working drive-thrus—all the while making us cry-laugh with iconic catchphrases like: “That’s hot” and “Loves it.

Over a decade after it went off the air, Hilton is still masterminding expressions, her latest being “Sliving”—a mix of “slaying” and “living your best life”—which, incidentally, is a worthy lens to see life under lockdown through. “Sliving is not just going out,” Hilton tells me over the phone from her boyfriend’s house in Malibu. “You can be sliving your best life by just being creative at home.

Here, the heiress talks all things quarantine, Juicy Couture and more.

How have you been keeping yourself busy over the last few weeks?
I’ve been at home, enjoying time with my boyfriend [Hilton is dating businessman Carter Reum] and my pets, doing a lot of cooking and baking and making art and listening to music. I’ve just been using all this time because I’m so used to travelling and being on planes. I’m never in L.A., I’m never at home so I’ve just been trying to look at the positive of this and being able to be at home and not travel, it’s been nice.

Is the first time you’ve slowed down for a while?
Yes, I have not stopped since I was a teenager.

Have you ever re-watched The Simple Life?
Actually, my boyfriend and I watch it all the time. I love that show, it’s so hilarious. I’ve watched every season like a couple times each. It’s just there’s no reality show like it, it’s so hilarious [and] it’s so fun to watch.

Does the show’s legacy and the fact that it’s still so popular surprise you at all? It’s such a big reference point for so many people.
It makes me feel so happy because I feel like that show [was] the first of its kind and so original. I love that people dress up as Nicole and I for Halloween; and now that [the show’s] streaming, people can easily enjoy it. It just makes me so proud.

It’s such a perfect encapsulation of the time. How did you guys work out the gags? Whose idea was it for you guys to milk cows and work at Sonic [a burger restaurant]?
It was a very small town, so the producers asked the family we were staying with what jobs were available. We’d do whatever job or task we could do; so if the job would entail, you know, working with the cows, that was just part of the job. We’d always make it funny somehow and do something to get in trouble.

So, all that shit-disturbing was straight from the source?
Yes. We were doing our jobs like they told us to but, you know, kind of not doing the job as well. We knew what we were doing, we wanted to make people laugh, we wanted to entertain people.

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Paris Hilton revealed her new slang word to pop star Charli XCX during a Zoom chat, likening her new creation to her iconic “That’s hot” catchphrase.

Charli, 27, told The Candy Shop on Apple Music: “This week, I did an absolutely epic Zoom conference.

“I did a Zoom conference with Leigh-Anne Pinnock from Little Mix and the one and only iconic Paris Hilton. And she told me that she has trademarked a brand new word called sliving, which is a cross between slaying and living.”

Charli then provided a snippet from their conversation.

Talking about their cooking skills during the lockdown, Charli said: “I’m really not very good. I’m not a good cook, but I’m trying. What’s your speciality? What’s your go to dish?

The 39-year-old heiress replied: “Sliving lasagne.”

Asked what sliving lasagne actually is, Paris continued: “Sliving lasagne. It’s basically my recipe and it’s the best.

Then, Charli asked: “What’s sliving?

And Paris responded: “Sliving is my new word that I trademarked. It’s the new, ‘That’s hot’. It means slaying and living your best life in one word.

Paris – who has already registered her “That’s hot” catchphrase as a trademark – subsequently described Charli as a “sliver“.

The pop star responded: “I’m a sliver? I want to be one. Oh my God. Is ‘That’s hot’ over? Are you done with, ‘That’s hot’?

In reply, Paris explained: “No, I’ll never be over, ‘That’s hot’. ‘That’s hot’ and sliving.”

Meanwhile, Paris previously admitted she actually stole the phrase “That’s hot” from her sister Nicky.

She confessed: “‘That’s hot’ is something that my sister actually always used to say, but I trademarked it and I own it. Sorry, Nicky.”