Paris Hilton is "feeling the pressure" for her second album to do well


Paris Hilton
The 31-year-old star has tried her hand at reality television and is about to release her 15th fragrance but she is eager to make her latest music venture work after her 2006 self-titled LP experienced low sales.

A source told RadarOnline: "Paris has been working with Flo Rida, LMFAO, and David Guetta, and the album should be released this summer. Paris hopes to embark on a European concert tour to promote the album, which will consist of house music.

They continued: "Paris knows she has a lot riding on this project because her last reality show was cancelled, and she needs to do something to re-invent herself. Paris is hoping to appeal to a broader fan base and would love to use the album as a platform for a possible project with MTV."

The source added: "Yes, Paris is a very successful businesswoman, and she is about to release her fifteenth fragrance, but that isn't enough for her. Paris craves the attention from the media and her fans, and she is truly feeling the pressure to deliver on this, because she doesn't have any other television or movie projects lined up."


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