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Paris Hilton Just Revealed Her Real Voice And I Am Literally Speechless

"The real me is actually someone who is brilliant, and I'm not a dumb blonde."

OK, I know this year has been pretty wild, but I did not have "Paris Hilton reveals her real voice" on my 2020 bingo card.

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That's exactly what happens at the start of Paris's new documentary, This Is Paris, where we see the 39-year-old recording a voiceover going in and out of her many different voices.

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Srsly, I counted, and she tries out at least 11 different voices in the clip.

Um, wut?

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You mean to tell me that the woman who starred in the iconic early-'00s reality series The Simple Life and gave us the signature catchphrase "That's hot" was pretending this whole time?

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Well, it's true. Paris admitted in a recent interview with Sunrise that she has been playing a "dumb blonde" character.

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FYI: Sunrise is an Australian morning talk show program.

During the interview, Paris shared, "This entire time, I have been playing a character, so the world has never really truly known who I am."

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"The real me is actually someone who is brilliant, and I'm not a dumb blonde — I'm just really good at pretending to be one," she continued.

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As for why she decided to reveal her true self now, Paris said, "I just felt like it was time for the world to finally know who I was. I feel like I've been through so much, and [there are] so many misconceptions and just preconceived notions about me."

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She concluded, "Also, for my legacy and what I wanted to be remembered for. I don't want to be remembered as some airhead. I want to be respected for the businesswoman that I am."

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Well, then. You can hear Paris's real voice here and in her new documentary, which you can watch for free on YouTube here.

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What do you think about Paris revealing her real voice and admitting she's been playing a character this entire time? Tell me in the comments!