Paris Hilton and Chris Zylka Talk Wedding Plans: ‘We Want to Do It as Soon as Possible’ (Exclusive)

The newly engaged couple spoke to ET for the first time since Zylka’s proposal.

Being engaged is “so hot” right now! Paris Hilton and her new fiancé, Chris Zylka, attended HBO’s Golden Globes after party on Sunday night looking glam and glowing.

The newly engaged couple gushed to ET’s Nischelle Turner about Zylka’s recent proposal and their impending nuptials.

“We’re going to have dinner with my parents this week to start planning,” Hilton, 36, revealed. “We want to do it as soon as possible.”

Zylka revealed that he showed Hilton’s mom, Kathy Hilton, the ring at Christmas, prior to the couple’s engagement.

“She was flipping out,” Paris said. “My mom loves big diamonds.”

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The TV personality and DJ added that while she enjoys saying “fiancé” now, she hasn’t called Zylka her “boyfriend” for a while.

“I used to call him ‘my love’ or ‘my hubby’ already,” she said. “I’ve been saying that for a year now, so fiancé is different.”

The couple also cleared up the false rumor that Paris left her man stranded at the airport recently.

“It was a five-second thing,” Paris explained. “Literally we pulled up and all of a sudden, all the paparazzi started running and the driver got nervous and there were so many flashes that he thought he was in the car already, so he speeds off and I’m like, ‘He just left my fiancé on the curb,’ so we backed up and we got him.”

Zylka wasn’t concerned by the incident, adding, “It’s a good thing the driver’s protecting her. That’s the most important thing.”

Paris also took a moment to praise the women in Hollywood, who showed their solidarity for victims of sexual assault and harassment at Sunday’s show by wearing all black.

“I love how all the women are coming together,” she said. “I think it’s such a statement, everyone wearing black. Just everyone being sisters and really supporting each other. Time is up. People are not going to tolerate this abuse in power anymore. It’s all about women and girl power. This is the year of women.”

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