Hilary Duff Goes On The Record

Bill Brioux of the Toronto Sun rang up from her home in Houston and asked how she’ll spend her actual 16th birthday, which is on September 28th. “I’ll probably do something with close friends and family,” she said. Duff also had some advice for wannabe young celebs. “Don’t do it for the fame,” she said. “This life can be kinda nuts sometimes.”

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7 thoughts on “Hilary Duff Goes On The Record

  1. hilarydufflover says:

    Hilary is so cute…i love her

  2. jazzprofounder says:

    she’s very cute, charming, and wise beyond her years. I hope her new album does well on the charts…her voice has potential.

  3. MariahsMan says:

    You know…a lot of people hate on Hilary for some reason. Maybe it’s cause she’s young…or blonde maybe?? But it’s funny cause she seems really down-to-earth and she’s always so graceful. Not to mention the fact that she can act and sing MUCH better than some females who aren’t much older than her. People always hate on someone who’s a threat.

  4. Comics says:

    So did anyone happen to pickup the new rolling stone? Ewwww Hilary was showing cleavage.. :-l Also they called Lindsay Lohan the next Tiffany..LOL

    Ok I take the cleavage part back,thats not suprising. but what’s crazy is , They gave her album the same rating as Mary J Blige’s… stupid ass magazine.

  5. jazzprofounder says:

    Have you listened to her new album? I have to admit that that girl really does have potential as a singer. When singing up tempo songs her voice is very raw, edgy, and just plain natural, not all showoffy or loud. And when she sings ballads, its clear, mature, and beautiful. That girl has got it! I think she’s better as a singer than an actress, but yeah, she’s one of the most talented and self-confident artists right now that just shows what she can do and doesn’t try to be all about sex and her image; she’s also very humble too.

  6. hilarydufflover says:

    can you post a link to the cover? I couldn’t find it

  7. Comics says:

    The cover has Jimi Hendrix on it. rollingstone.com

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