That's hot! Paris Hilton has landed a cooking show.
Although the heiress is not best known for her culinary skills, Cooking With Paris will revolve around her learning the craft with the help of famous friends, Variety reported.
The show will see Hilton go from the grocery store to showing off a finished table full of tasty dishes. Netflix said that Hilton will embrace a "very newly domesticated side," as she "learns to sauté, sear and zest," and show off her "culinary expertise (or lack thereof), glam kitchen wardrobe and party-throwing skills with some of her fab celeb friends."
"She's turning the traditional cooking show upside down," Netflix said. "She's not a trained chef and she's not trying to be."
Cooking With Paris will launch globally on Netflix on August 4 with six 30-minute episodes.
Hilton announced the news on social media on Monday, July 12, to very excited fans. "I’m so excited!! ✨👑✨ Next month I’m returning to television, and this time I’ll be taking over the kitchen!✨❤️🍳👩🏼🍳," Hilton said on Instagram. "Ahh so cute can't wait!" one user gushed on Twitter, while another said: "Omg can't wait for this."
"I use to love The Simple Life," a third fan reminisced.
The series is inspired by a viral YouTube video she made last year when she made lasagna. It has also been reported that Hilton is working on a cookbook.
"There’s going to be more coming out very soon," Hilton previously told PEOPLE about the YouTube cooking series. "The last one I just did was with my sister [Nicky Hilton Rothschild] — we cooked different party hors d’oeuvres like Jell-O shots and nachos."
Hilton was an early 2000s icon thanks to her reality show The Simple Life with Nicole Richie before debuting a more serious side on the This is Paris documentary last year, where she opened up about childhood trauma.
Hilton has been extremely busy as she reportedly launched her own production company, Slivington Manor Entertainment, earlier this year. Since getting engaged to Carter Reum earlier this year, she also reportedly has a reality show titled Paris In Love, about all aspects of the wedding, coming to Peacock.