Paris Hilton has admitted the video to 'High Off My Love' was inspired by the novel '50 Shades of Grey'.
Paris Hilton's latest music video was inspired by '50 Shades of Grey'.
The 34-year-old beauty released the video for the song 'High Off My Love' earlier this month and has confessed its ''sexual'' content was inspired by the best-selling erotic novel by author E.L. James.
She shared: ''The song is called 'High Off My Love' and I just wanted to do a very sexual video.
''I loved Madonna's 'Justify My Love' - that was a really hot video, so I just incorporated that, mixed with 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.
''I had a lot of S&M kind of outfits, a lot of male models and a lot of people making out. It's very sexy.''
The singer also said the raunchy video is a reflection of the ''new sexy Paris''.
She told Heat magazine: ''It's the first time I've been single, so I've never been able to do a music video like that before.
''I've always had a boyfriend on set being like, 'No, you're not doing that. I don't want any guys in the video'. But now I'm single, I can do whatever I want.''
'High Off My Love' is set to appear on Paris' long-awaited second album.
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