(dailystar.co.uk) - The super-rich heiress is investing a fortune in the world's biggest suspended animation cemetery so it can preserve her and then bring her back to life.
The plan is that future technology will be able to restore her, looking younger than ever. And to keep her company, Paris will have her beloved pets frozen with her.
The 26-year-old It Girl has snapped up shares in the Cryonics Institute in Michigan, where she reckons the boffins can make sure she is still partying in thousands of years' time. "It's so cool," she said. "Almost all the cells in the body are still alive when death is pronounced. "And if you're immediately cooled, you can be perfectly preserved.
"My life could be extended by hundreds and thousands of years." Animal lover Paris fears her pet chihuahua Tinkerbell will be the first Hilton to put the scientists to the test because the poorly pooch is said to be on its last legs.
Paris - who is being lined up for I'm A Celebrity Get me Out Of Here! - is turning her upcoming trip to Rwanda into a reality show. She will be followed around by a film crew on her five-day mercy mission visiting schools and clinics in the war-ravaged country.