Paris Hilton had much to say in the lead up to her new documentary's premiere.
The 39-year-old debuted her real voice during a television interview, which is sure to stun her fans and garner attention.
Hilton has long been known to have a baby voice, but in the Australian breakfast TV program Sunrise, the socialite spoke with a deeper baritone.
The blonde beauty stunned the show hosts David Koch and Sam Armytage by saying that she has just been "playing the dumb blonde" over the years.
"This entire time, I have been playing a character, so the world has never truly known who I am," she explained.
She added: "The real me is someone who is actually brilliant. I'm not a dumb blonde, I'm just really good at pretending to be one."
In the interview, which saw her answer several questions about herself and the documentary, Hilton revealed that she has been through so much and that there have been so many misconceptions about her. As a result, Hilton said that she doesn't want to be "remembered for some airhead, but the businesswoman" she is.
Hilton has been busy promoting her new documentary and is talking to the press around the world. Hilton's real voice surprised her fans, who took to Twitter to talk about how they felt about her new voice.
"@ParisHilton revealing her true voice is something only can happen in 2020 .. wat a year #ParisHilton #parishiltonrealvoice," one person wrote.
"I'm deep in the new Paris Hilton @youtube documentary and I swear she has like 5 voices, I feel both spooked and fascinated by it #ThisIsParis," wrote another, adding that they "enjoyed it."
A third person added: "I’m watching the Paris Hilton documentary and I am obsessed with the low and deep voice she puts on so she can sound more scholarly and mature. #ThisIsParis"
Some fans even said that her voice is very similar to Kim Kardashian, who is Hilton's longtime friend.
Hilton's new YouTube documentary — which was directed by Alexandra Dean — talks about the physical and mental abuse she had to go through as a teenager at a boarding school in Utah.
"There are families that have approached me who have pulled their children out of that school that I was at because they saw the trailer to my film," she said.
"It's exciting that this is making a difference and going to help save children's lives," she added.
The documentary also talks about her leaked sex tape, which made her feel like she was "electronically raped" by her then-boyfriend Rick Salomon.