You have to look at these photos of Paris Hilton as Kim Kardashian
So I was talking about this with a friend the other day, but I really feel like Paris Hilton has entered a specific realm of celebrity-dom where you can basically do anything and say anything you want, and people kind of just blindly go along with it. Like Britney Spears or Lindsay Lohan — I have no idea why, but I really feel like I want to protect them at all costs. Remember the time Paris told us she voted for Trump but we all kept retweeting her anyway?
But this time, she did something great. Not redeemable, per se, but definitely great. Incase you’re embarrassingly far behind on your Kimlore, Kim K was actually once Paris Hilton’s assistant. I know, what a power couple. Anyway, Kim ended up enlisting her to star in Kanye’s West’s Yeezy Season Six campaign and now here we are, full circle, with Paris Hilton recreating some of Kim’s wildest Instagram posts and I still haven’t found the time to pick my jaw up off the floor.
So basically, Kim used to organize Paris Hilton’s closet, and now Paris is modeling her husband’s shorts.
Naturally, Twitter is having a field day
This is basically the best day of an internet kid’s life.
And if Kim K turning the tables isn’t #CareerGoals, then I don’t want a career anymore.
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