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Paris Hilton loses $2 million engagement ring in stranger's ice bucket

Paris Hilton loses $2 million engagement ring in stranger's ice bucket

The 37-year-old beauty - who starred alongside Nicole Richie on the reality TV show, in which the pampered duo took on low-paying jobs - has revealed she's been asked about the possibility of appearing in a reboot. The giant 20-carat ring went missing as British DJs Above & Beyond played at Mana Wynwood club, which understandably threw her party into a search frenzy. The website reports that the ring flew from Paris' finger as she danced into the early hours of Friday at huge music venue the RC Cola Plant - so we're not surprised she was anxious the diamond was lost forever. He eventually discovered the diamond sparkler in an ice bucket two tables down from where Paris had been partying.

Paris was obviously panicked, and waited in "floods of tears" as security scoured the dark nightclub, led by a reportedly "calm" Zylka. "There was a frantic scramble with everyone looking for it, people were crawling on the floor, under tables, under other people's feet, and under seats". Everyone's efforts became fruitful when the team finally found Hilton's ring at an ice bucket of another table.

Hilton has always been very protective of her diamond engagement ring ever since Zylka gave it to her when he popped the question before New Year's Eve of 2017.

The witness added, "It was awesome that they managed to even see that huge diamond in an ice bucket".

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Paris Hilton had the whole club in a frenzy over the weekend, only it wasn't because she was behind the DJ deck.

We're guessing Paris Hilton was breathing a sigh of relief Thursday night - as soon as she was able to breathe again!

Just look at the size of that massive diamond!

However Paris is instead keen to focus her attention on her other ventures for the time being.