Paris Hilton is returning to reality… TV, that is.
The socialite, who formerly co-starred on "The Simple Life" with pal Nicole Richie, and starred in MTV's "Paris Hilton's My New BFF," will be featured in a new, still untitled reality series on the Oxygen Network.
The show will follow Paris and three important women in her life: friend Brooke Mueller (the estranged wife of Charlie Sheen), Jennifer Rovero (the former girlfriend of Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst, Playboy model, single mother of two, and Paris's full-time photographer), and Allison Melnick (an LA club promoter).
The docu-series will center around Paris as she "enters the next stage of her life," beyond what is seen in the tabloids. Kathy Hilton, the heiress' mom, will also appear on the show as "the voice of reason" and "the one who always tells Paris the truth."
"Paris is magnetic in such a way that viewers are naturally curious about her and think they know her based on what they see in the media," Amy Introcaso-Davis, Senior Vice President, Original Programming and Development, wrote in a statement to Access Hollywood on Friday. "We're looking to truly bring an all-encompassing look at her life, friends, family, and relationships, all that's not represented every day. It's going to be a fascinating journey."
The New Untitled Paris Hilton project will be executive produced by A. Smith & Co. Productions founders Arthur Smith and Kent Weed, as well as Paris Hilton, Rick Hilton and Jamie Freed.
A premier date for Paris's new project has yet to be set.
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