People.com Entertainment Music Paris Hilton Sings Along to 'Stars Are Blind' in 'Iconic Moment' at US Open: 'They Played My Song' "Longest and best jumbotron dance ever!" Paris Hilton's fiancé Carter Reum commented on a video of her singing along and dancing to her own song "Stars Are Blind" at the US Open By Glenn Garner Glenn Garner Instagram Twitter Glenn Garner is a Weekends Writer/Reporter who works heavily with PEOPLE's Movies and TV verticals. Since graduating from Northern Arizona University with a dual major in journalism and photography he got his professional start at OUT Magazine The Advocate and Teen Vogue and he's since consistently kept his finger on the pulse of the LGBTQ community. His first book The Guncle Guide was released in 2020 and was featured on Katie Couric's list of 100 recommended books of the year." People Editorial Guidelines Published on September 12, 2021 03:35 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Sarah Stier/Getty Paris Hilton knows a bop when she hears it. The Cooking with Paris host, 40, was spotted singing along and dancing in her seat to her 2006 debut single "Stars Are Blind" as the song played Friday at the US Open, where she and fiancé Carter Reum watched Daniil Medvedev triumph over Felix Auger-Aliassime. "Love that they played my song #StarsAreBlind at the @USopen," Hilton captioned a video of the singalong moment on Instagram. "It was such an #iconic moment hearing it played in the giant stadium with my fiancé. #LovesIt #USTAfoundation" That's Hot! Paris Hilton's Family and Friends Join Her in the Kitchen for Cooking with Paris Her post was met with adoration from friends and fans in the comments section. "Love you baby girl," Jaime King wrote. "Iconnnnn," Vanessa Hudgens responded. "Yaaaaas sis!!!!" wrote Nicole Scherzinger. "Made my day," Taryn Manning added. "Longest and best jumbotron dance ever!" wrote Reum, 40. "Thanks @tennischannel, Ken Solomon and @pinkyjs1!" Her sister Nicky Hilton, mom Kathy Hilton, and aunt Kyle Richards also cheered her on with some emojis in the comments. Hilton released the track in June 2006 as the lead single from her debut self-titled album Paris, when it charted at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song has remained a beloved piece of pop culture for millennials 15 years later. The star's one-hit wonder received new life last year when writer/director Emerald Fennell included it in a memorable scene from her Academy Award-winning film, Promising Young Woman. Stars Carey Mulligan and Bo Burnham sang along to the track in the aisles of a pharmacy for a rare lighthearted moment in the critically-acclaimed thriller. RELATED VIDEO: Paris Hilton and Fiancé Carter Reum Show Serious PDA (and Coordinating Swimwear) on Yacht Trip "It's one of my favorite songs. I needed a song for this movie that, if a boy that you liked knew every word to, you'd be incredibly impressed, and you'd know he had good taste," Fennell told Entertainment Weekly in December. "It's a brilliant song, it's one of my ultimate bops." Fennell even had the chance to personally thank Hilton for her contribution to the film. "I met Paris at a Golden Globes party last year for Killing Eve, and I went over and thanked her for letting me use it, and she was just as amazingly beautiful and charismatic and as Paris as I could've imagined," she recalled. Hilton shared a similar sentiment toward Fennell as she raved over the movie in January, posting the scene to Twitter. "Just watched Promising Young Woman. Loved it!" she wrote at the time. "So honored and proud my song #StarsAreBlind was part of such a powerful and amazing film," Hilton added. "The writer and director, Emerald Fennell is a brilliant genius! And I am so appreciative of her kind words."