Paris Hilton cruelly mocked over her walk on Paris fashion runway

Paris Hilton strutted her stuff on the runway at Mugler’s Paris fashion show this week and the reactions have been… a tad mean.

The 42-year-old star walked alongside the likes of Angela Bassett, Irina Shayk and Helena Christensen as A-listers watched from the front row on the glitzy occasion, which showcased the fashion house’s spring 2024 collection.

Rocking an all-black look that featured an eye-poppingly sharp silhouette, mum-of-one Paris walked like she meant business while clutching a chic black handbag, but it didn’t take long for people to jump on Twitter and poke fun at the way she moved.

‘Paris Hilton strutting down the runway like she’s walking on the ceiling,’ tweeted on social media user.

‘Looks like a strange walk…’ added another, with someone else saying, ‘This walk is tragic but she’s Paris Hilton so she gets a pass.’

Other comments included: ‘Paris Hilton can’t walk a catwalk’ and ‘Not sure if her shoes are uncomfortable or they told her to walk that way.’

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Paying the naysayers no mind, doting mum Paris herself took to Twitter to rave about the experience, saying: ‘Dream come true walking the runway for @Mugler tonight at #PFW. So iconic! Love you Casey Cadwallader! So proud to be a part of your big night! Congratulations on another epic collection!’

Paris’ show-stopping display in the French capital comes after she shared a string of new photos of her son, Phoenix, to mark six months since his birth in July.

Paris welcomed her first child with husband Carter Reum via a surrogate earlier this year, announcing his surprise arrival in January. has reached out to Paris’ reps for comment.

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