Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton dropped the official music video for her 2006 song "Heartbeat," and we still need to recover from those glamorous visuals.


Paris Hilton has set the mood for Valentine's Day by releasing a music video for "Heartbeat", the 6th track of her 2006 self-titled album. Hilton celebrated her love story with this brand new music video.

Paris Hilton - Heartbeat Official Music Video

There's only one word to describe "Heartbeat's" music video: glamorous. Hilton can be seen trying on different clothes while making a photoshoot with intersections of her sitting in a garden completely naked and covered in glitter. Thanks to these visuals, we're able to fully grasp Hilton's style, beauty and charm.

Paris Hilton

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But the moment Hilton is most waiting for finally arrives: her boyfriend Carter Reum, makes an appearance during the photoshoot. His face can never be seen throughout the video, but Hilton's eyes don't lie: they're very much in love. The two have been dating since 2019, and we can tell that, as her lyrics say, her heart "beats like a drum" for him.

Carter Reum in Heartbeat

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At the end of the music video we see a very romantic scene -- the two can be seen holding hands, walking away together as a bright light surrounds them.

Paris Hilton and Carter Reum

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"Heartbeat" finds a new meaning 15 years after its release, and we can't help but smile for Hilton's newfound happiness.

You can watch Heartbeat Official Music Video here!

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