Add American Socialite Paris Hilton to the growing list of Manny Pacquiao's celebrity fans.
The 30-year-old model-actress and great-grand daughter of hotelier Conrad Hilton was present at Pacquiao's boxing match against "Sugar" Shane Mosley yesterday, May 8, at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. (CLICK HERE to read related article.)
Paris was accompanied by her sister Nicky, and the two even stayed to grace the post-fight press conference.
Paris had the chance to personally meet the Filipino boxing sensation and his wife Jinkee, and was reportedly impressed by the couple's humility despite their stature.
"Hanging out with @MannyPacquiao and his beautiful wife Jinkee. They are such a sweet & down to earth couple! Love them! :)" Paris posted on her Twitter account.
Another text posted by Paris on her Twitter account reads: "Pacquiao is the champion! Pac Man is an incredible fighter!"
The three made the most of the occasion by having their pictures taken together.
There is also a photo showing Pacquiao and Paris exchanging a handshake, with Jinkee sitting beside the famous Hollywood young socialite.
It was also revealed that Paris will visit the Philippines later this year, and will visit the champion boxer's home and his family.
"Can't wait to visit then when I go to the Philippines," posted Paris.
As expected, Pacquiao's ring bout against Mosley has attracted a number of high-profile personalities, like football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin, former boxing heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, women's super middleweight champion Laila Ali, and Brandon Jacobs of the New York Giants, among others.
Filipino international singer Charice delivered the national anthem "Lupang Hinirang;" American singer Tyrese Gibson sang the U.S. anthem "Star Spangled Banner."
Local celebrities who were spotted inside the arena include popular cosmetic surgeon Vicki Belo, along with boyfriend Hayden Kho, her son Quark Henares and ex-husband, businessman Atom Henares; Senator Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. and his wife Congresswoman Lani Mercado, host Raymond Gutierrez, talent manager Annabelle Rama, ex-Ilocos Sur Governor Chavit Singson, and former Manila Mayor Lito Atienza.