Paris Hilton's Comeback Song with Lil Wayne Makes No Sense (These Collaborations Didn't, Either)

The heiress is trying to recapture our attention -- and she did, in this unintentionally hilarious video. But she's not the only celeb to sign up for a head-scratching duet recently...

Sometimes, two very different things go together like chocolate and peanut butter. Other times, they go together like Paris Hilton and Lil Wayne. Meaning: not so well. The hotel heiress, who was apparently under the impression that we missed her, is releasing a new single with the controversial rapper, titled "Good Time." The song is pretty awful, with a dance hook and a rap that seem taken from completely different songs. Watch the teaser below. (Warning: strong language.)

So first, Paris coos about being tipsy and having a "good time" because she's in love. Then Lil Wayne raps about how he's totally wasted, and says some obscene things about a girl (who may or may not be Paris). Then he says this: "I walked up to a big butt, and asked her ass, 'But what?'" And while Lil Wayne is making conversation with somebody's butt, Paris is obliviously striking poses in a swimsuit. It's kind of unintentionally hilarious.

There must be something in the air, because celebrities have been hooking up with all kinds of unlikely duet partners lately. Here are a few other recent collaborations that surprised us.

Miley Cyrus & Snoop Lion, "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks"




In May, Miley and Snoop released this love letter to marijuana, and the world was scandalized. That was pre-MTV VMAS: a more innocent time.

Brad Paisley & LL Cool J, "Accidental Racist"




This awkward attempt to enlighten country fans about racism caused major backlash and lots of late-night parodies. Ironically, Paisley later said he chose to work with LL Cool J because he "didn't want to do this with someone controversial."

Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett, "The Lady Is a Tramp"




We know what you're thinking: This is old news. But Gaga and Tony's 2011 duet has inspired an entire jazz album, which will drop in January 2014.  

Donna Kaufman is a freelance writer and iVillage contributor. Find her on Twitter and Google+

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