Paris Hilton would like to be frozen with her pets when she dies.
The hotel heiress is keen to live forever and has invested a large sum of money in the world’s biggest suspended animation cemetery, Cryonics Institute. She wants her body to be preserved and then brought back to life, along with her favorite pets, including her famous chihuahua Tinkerbell and new mutt, Yorkshire Terrier Cinderella.
‘The Simple Life’ star said, “It’s so cool. Almost all the cells in the body are still alive when death is pronounced. “And if you’re immediately cooled, you can be perfectly preserved. “My life could be extended by hundreds and thousands of years.” Earlier this week, Paris revealed her partying lifestyle left her feeling “empty inside.”
The 26-year-old blond – who spent 23 days in jail for driving offenses in June – is now determined to turn her life around and do worthy things instead of being seen falling out of nightclubs. Paris – who is planning a visit to Rwanda – said, “Before, my life was about having fun, going to parties – it was a fantasy. But when I had time to reflect, I felt empty inside. I want to leave a mark on the world.”
Shouldn’t you make sure you die young and pretty if you’re going to go the cryonically frozen route? Who wants to die at 80 then be revived later to still look 80 years old? What is the point of that? On the other hand, plastic surgery procedures are sure to have improved quite a bit in 100 years, so maybe you can be 80 — but look 20. It could happen.