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Paris Hilton really, really wants to be recognized as an original world-famous artist with musical talent. Sadly, and to no one’s surprise, she’s not. We all scoffed when Lil Wayne’s daddy’s record label Cash Money Records signed her and everyone waited with bated breath to watch and laugh at her music videos. Well, we weren’t disappointed.

Hilton’s newest “hit” is called Come Alive. The pink, poppy tune did, in fact, come alive, but only by stealing other famous people’s ideas from years past. No, seriously. Her whole video is a big copyright disaster and we have proof.

Here’s Paris looking absolutely radiant as she dances in a magical pink field:

Paris Hilton 'Only Girl' copy cat

Too bad Rihanna did it first in her “Only Girl (In The World)” video back in 2010:

Rihanna 'Only Girl'

Switch scenes, now Hilton’s added some very expensive jewelry to her face and outfit:

Paris Hilton 'Toxic' copy cat

Whoops! Looks like Britney Spears wants hers diamonds back, Paris:

Britney Spears 'Toxic'

Aw, look at Hilton floating away on a fluffy pink cloud. How dreamy:

Paris Hilton 'California Gurl' copy cat

Oh wait, Katy Perry already steamed up our screens when she laid seductively on a pink cotton candy cloud of her own:

Katy Perry 'California Gurls'

Oh, come on, Paris! This flower swing is pretty and all, but we know where you stole it from…

Paris Hilton copies Katy Perry's flower swing

Katy will be pissed. First you took her pink cloud idea, now this:

Katy Perry flower swing

Little girls love princesses and unicorns and rainbows and pretty flowers…and so does this 33-year-old hotel heiress:

Paris Hilton copies Lisa Frank

Mila Kunis made the exact same video as Paris, except she was 13 and it was for a Lisa Frank commercial:

Mila Kunis in Lisa Frank commercial

Ah, the final romantic shot of an elegantly dressed Hilton with the crescent moon in the background:

Paris Hilton Sailor Moon look-a-like

She was clearly “inspired” by Sailor Moon. YES. Sailor Moon, a children’s anime character:

Sailor Moon intro song

So there you have it. Paris Hilton is a total copycat. If you’re not convinced by now, then there’s no hope left for you.

What did you think about “Come Alive”? Are you OK with Paris “borrowing” ideas from her pals? Let us know in the comment section below.