This Morning fans were left gobsmacked as global icon Paris Hilton helped with the Dosh on your Doorstep competition segment on the popular ITV daytime show.
The 41 year old heiress appeared on the sofa on Friday's show to promote her new memoir, self-titled Paris, as she spoked to Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary about her life.
The new mum even pitched in to help on the show's Friday competition, which sees Josie Gibson delivering cash to the home of a member of the public.
As Josie could be seen running down a street in the UK surrounded by St. Patrick's Day decorations and dancers, she could be heard saying: "Let's go, let's go, let's go."
A woman answered the phone, and Paris said: "Hello? Hey, it's Paris Hilton," as the woman answered: "Oh my god."
Paris then told her: "Can you look out your window right now – do you see a strange woman running towards your door?"
She then said: "Open your door," as the woman screamed when Josie approached.
Elsewhere on the interview, Alison, who has officially been announced to replace Matt Lucas on the Great British Bake Off, asked Paris what it was like to be a "working mum" after she welcomed her son Phoenix into the world two months ago.
Paris said: "I do it all."
Talking about her newborn son, who was welcomed via surrogate, the star said: "He is just such a little angel, I'm so obsessed with him, I can't wait to get home to him."
Paris even revealed that she sings her 2006 hit Stars are Blind to him – although she does an acoustic version.
The socialite shocked her fans when she announced that she and husband Carter Reum had welcomed a child into the world.
She took to her Instagram feed on Tuesday, 24 January to share the happy news with her 21.7million followers.
Posting a photo of a tiny hand wrapped around her manicured thumb, she wrote in the caption: "You are already loved beyond words," followed by a blue heart emoji.
Speaking on This Morning on Friday about the decision to put out her memoir, Paris reflected on the difficult things that have happened in her life as she said: "The media have controlled the narrative for the last two decades.
"It's time to tell the truth."
Reflecting on her life, Paris said: "For a long time, I think people misunderstood and mis-underestimated me, which I can understand, playing that character – of course they were going to assume.
"But I'm not a dumb blonde, I'm just very good at pretending to be one."
Fans were thrilled to see Paris on the show, as one wrote on Twitter: "Paris Hilton on This Morning what a queen."
A second tweeted: "Watching this morning purely for paris hilton."
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