Entertainment Paris Hilton Still Claims She and Britney Spears ''Invented the Selfie''

22:00  21 november  2020
22:00  21 november  2020 Source:   eonline.com

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Twitter users brutally mock Paris Hilton 's bold claim that she and Britney Spears ' invented the selfie ' 11 years ago, hitting back with countless snaps of Paris Hilton has once again taken credit for inventing the selfie , but Twitter isn't taking her bold claims lightly. The 36-year-old socialite took to

Paris Hilton boldly declares she and Britney Spears ' invented the selfie ' 14 years ago as she posts throwback snap of the duo in their party girl heyday. Paris was referring to Britney 's conservatorship, which is controlled by her father and began in 2008 following her infamous 2007 breakdown where

You've got to hand it to Paris Hilton, she's a selfie queen with conviction.

In 2017, the 39-year-old reality star and socialite tweeted a photo of herself hanging out with Britney Spears in 2006, writing, "11 years ago today, Me & Britney invented the selfie!" Naturally, Twitter users were quick to disprove her claims, offering up pictures of other people's "selfies" throughout history. But this week, Hilton was returned to claim the title once more.

She posted the same photo of herself with Spears, tweeting, "14 years ago, @britneyspears and I invented the selfie [red heart emoji] #LegendsOnly."

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Paris Hilton is back — and she would like you to know that she invented the selfie , paved the way for other celebrity models, was the first bona fide reality TV star, and pretty Hilton isn’t wrong when she says she and her gal pal Nicole Richie were two of the first truly successful reality TV stars in history.

Paris Hilton and Britney Spears were way ahead of the curve! On Sunday, the 36-year-old socialite posted proof that she and the 35-year-old pop princess were snapping selfies long before Twitter and Instagram showed up on the scene.

More than 106,000 people liked the picture. In response, many tweeted two simple words, echoing Hilton's famous catchphrase: "That's hot."

Hilton rose to fame as the star of the reality show The Simple Life in the early '00s. The heiress to the Hilton hotel chain was often photographed out partying, including with her co-star Nicole Richie, now 39, and other celebs such as Spears, now 38, and Lindsey Lohan, now 34.

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These stars were popular targets of the paparazzi at a time when celebrity gossip websites started popping up and swiftly rising in popularity, and years before social media became mainstream. Such public exposure, often quite invasive, made them more famous than ever.

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Eleven years ago, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears invented the selfie . Wait, that doesn’t seem correct. Were Hilton and Spears really the first ever Hilton and Spears may not have “ invented ” the selfie , but they did help usher in its 21st-century renaissance. The first documented instance of the

Paris Hilton showed up to the premiere of the hit TV show The Leftovers with her boyfriend Chris Zylka wearing a dress by one of her favorite brands - Self Portrait. 'If a beeper had a camera, I would have taken a selfie with it,' she said, agreeing with the W interviewer's observation that she invented the

Britney Spears et al. posing for the camera: Twitter/ Paris Hilton © Provided by E! Twitter/ Paris Hilton

No, Hilton and Spears didn't actually invent the selfie—hey, even the 1991 movie Thelma and Louise showed Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon posing for one. Hilton and Spears also never trademarked the term "selfie" (although Hilton does own the trademark for the phrase "that's hot" to be used on clothing.)

But the socialite and singer did make a substantial impact on pop culture for an entire generation with just their photos and public appearances. As one user tweeted in response to Hilton's renewed claim, "The original superstars and influencers making pure fashion we love to see it! @britneyspears and Paris 4ever!"

a woman looking at the camera: Cliff and Malia Sobel/Splash News © Provided by E! Cliff and Malia Sobel/Splash News

In 2011, Hilton and Spears reunited when they turned up at the same dinner party at a West Hollywood restaurant. A source told E! News at the time, "Britney was shy with most of the people there. But she and Paris hugged and talked for awhile."

In September, Hilton told Andy Cohen on SiriusXM's Andy Cohen Live that she and Spears have kept in touch and reunited again this past summer, with a group of friends. "We've had dinners," she said. "I saw her in Malibu. I just love her so much."

"She is so sweet and so innocent and such a nice girl," Hilton continued. "We just talk about happy things. Music, fashion...fun things."

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