MADRID – Paris Hilton will now be hanging with bikers.

The hotel chain heiress who draws photographers wherever she goes will have her own team on the world motorcycling championship circuit.

The SupermartXe VIP by Paris Hilton team was unveiled by her in Madrid. It will compete in the 125cc category from 2011-2013. Hilton has agreed to attend at least five races next season.

“I can’t believe I have my own racing team! So cool! :)” Hilton posted on Twitter while at the launch.

Hilton wore a low-cut, pink and white, rhinestone-studded racing suit. Team riders Sergio Gadea and Maverick Vinales are expected to wear more reserved outfits.

The team colors are pink, white and blue.

Jermaine Jackson reports theft of jewelry

LOS ANGELES – Sheriff’s detectives say they are investigating the reported theft of $192,000 in jewelry and luggage from Jermaine Jackson.

Michael’s Jackson’s older brother reported the theft of watches, rings and other jewelry after returning to Southern California from a vacation in mid-September.

Detectives have no suspects and no clear leads.

Authorities say Jackson and his wife noticed the items were missing on Sept. 18 and realized that one of the doors of their Calabasas home had been left unlocked.

The investigation was first reported by celebrity website TMZ.

Shania has traded ‘dating’ for ‘engaged’

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country singer Shania Twain is engaged.

Twain’s manager Jason Owen confirmed Monday that Twain is engaged to business executive Frederic Thiebaud. Owen declined further comment.

The news was first reported by Us Weekly.

Twain first confirmed in August 2009 that she was dating Thiebaud after her divorce from Robert “Mutt” Lange, who had an affair with Twain’s best friend and Thiebaud’s wife, Marie-Anne Thiebaud. She reached out to Frederic Thiebaud in the aftermath, and wrote on her website last year that she had found “a dear friend and true gentleman.”

No word on when or where the wedding will be. Twain, who has stepped away from the spotlight the last few years, has an autobiography due out in the spring and is scheduled to have her own show on Oprah Winfrey’s television network.

Doctor steps up to the plate

BALTIMORE – A new buyer has emerged for the rare Honus Wagner baseball card that was bequeathed to an order of Roman Catholic nuns in Baltimore.

The card was sold at auction last month for $220,000, but the winning bidder never paid. So Dallas-based Heritage Auctions contacted one of its longtime clients, a Philadelphia cardiologist, who immediately agreed to buy the card for the same price.

Only about 60 of the Wagner cards exist.