Paris Hilton can't find 'anyone hot' on Tinder

PARIS Hilton dislikes Tinder because she can never find "anyone hot".

The 34-year-old socialite has admitted she sometimes uses the dating app when she's bored but is always left disappointed as she can never find anyone good enough for her.

She confessed: "I go on it just when I'm bored because my friends are on it. I'm like, it's funny, I want to see if I know anyone on it. But I never see anyone hot.

"It's not like I've done it that many times, I've maybe done it twice in my life, but the people who were on it at that moment were not that hot at all."

However, the aspiring DJ - who split up with model River Viiperi last year - continued to explain she tends to be in strange areas when she has a look on the app, which is why the men are "kind of scary".

She said: "It's kind of creepy in some areas. Like, when I'm bored I'm usually in like some weird area and the people on it are just kind of scary."

But Paris - who has recently relaunched her music career with new single 'High Off My Love' - revealed men searching for her on Tinder won't have much luck as she uses her cousin Farrah Aldjufrie's name and photo instead of her own.

Speaking on Capital FM, she explained: "It's my cousin, she's probably going to kill me. I have a picture of me, her, and another girl, so they can't tell who it is, and it's her name. Sorry Farrah!"  

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