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Paris Hilton enjoys men's US Open semifinal action
Jimmy Butler, Tracy McGrady, Rod Laver, Clive Davis and more celebrities filled Arthur Ashe Stadium on Friday night.
Published Sep 11, 2021
After making her rounds during New York Fashion Week, socialite Paris Hilton was spotted in the stands of Arthur Ashe Stadium on Friday evening. Novak Djokovic took one step closer to capturing a calendar Grand Slam by moving past Alexander Zverev in a rollercoaster battle that went the distance. Hilton seemed to be enjoying not only the world class tennis, but the New York atmosphere as well.
As the two top competitors fought underneath the bright Arthur Ashe lights, it was an iconic moment that Hilton wanted to make sure she documented. The 40-year-old was all smiles as snapped a few selfies while the action unfolded down below.
Earlier in the day she was spotted at Tulum-themed restaurant, Gitano, with her sister Nicky. She wore a bright ocean blue, quirky dress that was covered in cooking recipes. However, at the US Open she opted for a black dress with a touch of pink and red flowers on the sleeves.
Paris might not have been on the court but she hit the best shot of the night when the event decided to play her 2006 song, "Stars are Blind." As the song played throughout the stadium during a changeover, she swayed from side to side and of course the Jumbotron zoomed in to catch the iconic moment.
Hilton was far from the only celebrity in attendance during the men's semifinal bout. Miami Heat player Jimmy Butler, music industry executive, Clive Davis, NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady, Rod Laver, actor Rami Malek and former New York Ranger star Henrik Lundqvist were all in attendance.