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This throwback teenage picture of Paris Hilton is proof she ages backwards

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Photo credit: Taylor Hill - Getty Images
Photo credit: Taylor Hill - Getty Images

If, like me, you buy into the conspiracy theory that Hollywood is actually a giant underground vampire ring, this photo of a teenage Paris Hilton will surely confirm all your theories.

To celebrate American Business Women's Day, Paris posted a photo of her younger self, except she looks older than she does now, despite actually being younger.

Am I making sense?

Basically, what I'm saying is, Paris Hilton has aged backwards and if that's not a valid reason for Buffy Summers to come out of retirement, I don't know what is.

That's not to say teenage Paris doesn't look good, teenage Paris looks incredible, we expect nothing less.

However teenage Paris also looks like she's about to fire me at a board meeting in the most classy way possible.

Wearing a gold structured two-piece (with some very flamboyant sleeves) and a pair of kitten mules that look like they could have been stolen from an '80s wedding, Paris is giving us Cher Horowitz vibes in the best possible way.

But it's really her hair that makes her appear older than her years, thanks to the super professional news anchor blow dry.

Her heavier makeup style, particularly that black eyeliner also makes her seem older, but overall we have to say this is the most polished teenager we have ever come across.

Whatever Paris is doing now though is clearly working, because she just looks younger and younger with every birthday.

Now, how do we get into this vampire ring?

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