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Paris Hilton debuts new song during deejay set in Brazil

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DJ Paris Hilton. (Splash News)

Not everything is "hot" in Brazil. Paris Hilton debuted her new song at the Pop Music Festival in Sao Paolo, on Saturday, but it didn't exactly sizzle. The hotel heiress, dressed in a glitter-embellished black leotard reminiscent of something Lady Gaga wore in 2009, was met with a lot of jeers from the crowd when she took to the stage, but it didn't seem to faze her. "I love you guys so much!" she shouted into her bejeweled microphone as she sat in the deejay booth. "I've partied all around the world … to the best parties … but I've never seen anyone party like you guys do in Brazil."

Hilton, 31, then told the thousands of music fans that she had "a very special surprise" for them. The crowd groaned when the surprise turned out to be her new single, "Last Night," which she recorded with her BFF, the very popular (and respected) DJ Afrojack. Still, the former reality star pressed play and danced awkwardly to the song as she intermittently sang random lyrics into her microphone. Hilton, wearing glitter headphones, also spun a few more tracks for the crowd, including a remix of Gotye's "Someone I Used to Know." After her set, she tweeted, "Wow! What an incredible night! So happy you all loved my set! Loved watching you all smile & dance! One of the best night's of my life!"

Whether the world likes it or not, Hilton claims she's about to drop her second record very soon. The collection, also produced by Afrojack, will also include guest appearances by LMFAO and rapper Flo Rida. "It's definitely music you're going to be hearing in the clubs," Hilton said on the red carpet at the Grammys.

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Hilton did have some fans in the crowd. (Splash News)

Stranger things have happened: her 2006 debut album Paris spawned the No. 1 Billboard U.S. Hot Dance Club hit, "Stars are Blind."

What do you think of Paris Hilton's new song? Would you buy her album?

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