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  1. I think its important that we all realize what an unbothered professional queen Hilary is I live for this energy I swear to God Stan queen Hilary Duff for clear skin
  2. Record labels for decades, pitted artists against each other, and fanbase's were left to decide who they wanted to rep. So my question is concerning 2020's- we have teen queens but no rivalries in the same way have in the past. Are the record label's educed comparisons over, or are teen artists for the time being, just not prevalent? Or are there other reason this generation doesn't have a two girl rivalry? 1980's Debbie Gibson and Tiffany 1990's Brandy and Monica Early 2000's Britney & Christina Aguilera Mid to late 2000's Hilary and Lindsay Lohan 2010's Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus 2020's ...Who? Billie Eilish versus Olivia Rodrigo? Billie and Oliva do not talk crap on eachother and the media doesnt pit them against eachother even tho they both do alternative/rock/pop music and are 18 and 19. They are the biggest teen singers right now but the media hasn't pitted them against eachother like they have with other young female singers before. So do you think the media are done making rivalries? Can and SHOULD women that may appear to be in the same lane, be able to be just as successful as their "rival"?
  3. Breathe In. Breathe Out. is the fifth studio album by American singer Hilary Duff. It was released on June 12, 2015, by RCA Records. Duff began work on the album in January 2012, After being signed to RCA Records in 2014, she released the singles, "Chasing the Sun" and "All About You". but after RCA scrapping the songs and the album she recorded, she resumed the sessions in 2014 and 2015. Following the release of these two singles Duff recorded more songs in Sweden in February 2015, and released the album's lead single, "Sparks". Musically, Breathe In. Breathe Out. is a dance-pop record with EDM and folk-pop elements. The album received generally positive reviews from music critics, praising the album's production quality and the mix of genres on the record. The album debuted at number five on the Billboard 200 chart, making it her fifth top-five entry. But What About "This Heart"? “This Heart” is the album that Hilary Duff wanted as her music comeback back in 2014, sadly after signed with RCA it was cancel but leaked five years later. Hilary described the sound of this album in an interview for Pop Justice in 2014: Tracklist: This heart Chasing the sun Feel alive Outlaw All about you Tattoo (taking for BIBO) Wild night out If I fall Rebel hearts Carry on Brave heart Hurts Wherever we go Neighborhood Belong Night like this (Feat. Kendall Schmidt) It all stars tonight Picture this Unleaked Songs from This Heart (On Hilary's Vault): 17 Before the light changes Better days Breathing room Falling Northern star Snow globe Take it for what it is Tearing down walls When we were young Whistling dixie Where the gods play Celebrating 6th anniversary of Hilary's last album "Breathe In. Breathe Out". The Remastered Expanded Edition of This Heart its here. This unreleased album it's considered the best album of Hilary Duff by the fans. In various interviews, the singer showed that she was frustrated by this process of having to discard an entire album and record another. Producers: Billy Mann, Carl Falk, Christian Medice, David Hodges, Jake Gosling, Jerrod Bettis, Oligee, Sir Nolan, The Suspex, Tearce Kizzo, Toby Gad & Wayne Hector Writers: Ali Tamposi, Billy Mann, Carl Falk, Chris Leonard, Christian Medice, Colbie Caillat, David Hodges, Ed Sheeran, Fransisca Hall, Hilary Duff, Jake Gosling, Jason Evigan, Jason Reeves, Jerrod Bettis, Johan Carlsson, Katharine Federer, KONO, Kristian Lundin, Lauren Christy, Lindy Robbins, Luciana, Max Martin, Mitch Allan, Mitchy Collins, Nick Clow, Niclas Kings, Oligee, Phoebe Ryan, Rudolph Allero, Savan Kotecha, Sean Douglas, Sir Nolan, Tearce Kizzo, Toby Gad & Wayne Hector Mastered by Chris Gehringer Thoughts? #JusticeforThisHeart
  4. Check out the newly released trailer for Darren Star's (works include "Beverly Hills, 90210", "*** and the City, "Emily in Paris") iconic hit television series, "Younger". This will be the 7th and final season for the highly acclaimed and awarded show. The season will feature the established main cast which include: Sutton Foster, the legendary Hilary Duff, Nico Tortorella, and Peter Hermann, with the return of "Bridgerton" breakout star, Phoebe Dynevor, reprising her role of Clare. "Younger" returns April 15, 2021 on Paramount & TVLand, or stream on Hulu or Paramount+ For those who are devastated the series is coming to an end, I have some good news. It was confirmed in October of 2020, Darren Starr is creating a spin-off series that will feature Hilary Duff's character, Kelsey Peters as the title role! I'm hoping it will be within the vision that Hilary had when she was working on the Lizzie McGuire reboot. I was so sad to see the show get scrapped because Disney wanted to keep Lizzie rated PG; so this will could be a nice compromise for the Duff Nation. source: https://etcanada.com/news/640683/confirmed-hilary-duff-starring-in-younger-spin-off/#:~:text=“Younger” follows the exploits of,Duff playing her millennial boss.&text=According to THR's initial report,on Duff's character%2C Kelsey Peters.
  5. Hilary responded to Britney Spears posting about her. Hilary said in her story: 'HOLY ****!!! BRITNEY SPEARS KNOWS ME' Related:
  6. Pick three Hilary Duff songs that you feel should have been officially released as singles when she was actively pursuing a music career. My Choices: 1) Gypsy Woman 2) Rebel Heart 3) Mr. James Dean
  7. Suit up! Hilary Duff announced that she will be starring in How I Met Your Father, a sequel/spinoff of the legen-wait-for-it-dary show How I Met Your Mother. Hulu ordered a ten episode series in which Duff will co-produce with the shows original producers. Any HIMYM fans? Are you excited to see Hilary Duff star in another show following Younger’s series finale coming up?
  8. Hilary Duff has given birth to her third child, Mae James Bair. This is her second child with her new husband Matthew Koma after they welcomed Banks Violet Bair in 2018. She posted a sweet photo of the now family-of-five to her Instagram earlier today! Now time to give birth to that new album Queen!
  9. Beginning this Friday, you can stream the final 22 hour long episodes of Younger, exclusively on Paramount+, the new Home for anything MTV, Vh1, Nickelodeon and any Viacom properties. The final season of Younger is available to stream in full before it airs on TV Land in the fall, to notice new subscribers to the platform. It seems every studio is creating their own platform, this is why Netflix is doing originals and made a deal with Hasbro's My little pony franchise to be the exclusive for the new Film about the mane 6, and future tv shows.
  10. Hilary Duff wrote a letter explaining that despite her best efforts, the Lizzie McGuire reboot meant for Disney+ will no longer go on. She cites creative differences. Basically, Disney wanted a PG Lizzie, and Hilary wanted to portray how Hilary would actually be as a 30-something year old.
  11. Hilary Duff confirmed she's expecting! This will be her third child, second with husband Matthew Koma. Congrats! Stream BIBO for clear skin.
  12. Hilary Duff says she'll be a Britney stan for 4 lyfe. My faves colliding. Related:
  13. Hilary Duff is featured in the new issue of Cosmopolitan UK. In her interview, Duff opens up about being typecast in Hollywood because of her iconic role as Lizzie Mcguire. She also opened up about feeling relieved when Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez were on the rise with their roles. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  14. Welcome to @CrazyButItFeelsAllright's second edition to Songs That Deserved More Last post I wanted to limit myself to 10 artists, but for the remixed, reimagined, but still iconic edition I wanted to include 10 more in addition to the females in the first post. *I'm only including songs that were released as singles or promotional singles and didn't do as well on the Billboard Hot 100* 1) Britney Spears - Overprotected Peak: #86 on the Billboard Hot 100 (in Darkchild Remix form) Highest Peak: #1 in Poland Fun Fact: Grammy Nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance 2. Christina Aguilera - Dirrty Peak #48 Highest Peak #1 Croatia, Ireland, Scotland & UK Fun Fact: The video is credited as the origin of the "slutdrop" 3. Dua Lipa - Physical Peak #60 Highest Peak #1 Bulgaria, Croatia, Israel, Lebanon, Poland Fun Fact: song made Dua Lipa the first female to have 3 songs in the top 10 simultaneously in the UK since 1952 4. Taylor Swift - Wonderland Peak #51 Highest Peak #51 USA Fun Fact: Based on Alice in Wonderland and rumored to be another song about Harry Styles 5. Lady Gaga - Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say) Peak #(not released as a US Single) Highest Peak #2 Sweden Fun Fact: Although not released in the US it was certified gold 6. Nicki Minaj - Beez In The Trap Peak #48 Highest Peak #7 US Billboard Hot Rap Songs & US Rap Airplay Fun Fact: Complex named it as #9 best song of 2012 7. Ariana Grande - Be Alright Peak #43 Highest Peak #8 New Zealand Heatseekers Fun Fact: Demo with Migos leaked in 2018 8. Beyoncé - Countdown Peak #71 Highest Peak #1 German Urban Charts & US Hot Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker accused Beyoncé of using concepts from two of her pieces, Rosas danst Rosas (1983) and Achterlund (1990). 9. Hilary Duff - All About You Peak #119 Highest Peak #20 Australia Fun Fact: Savan Kotecha co-wrote the song. He's also credited for writing I Wanna Go, Up 'N Down and If U Seek Amy for Britney Spears 10. Marina (and the Diamonds) - How To Be a Heartbreaker Peak #42 US Pop Digital Charts Highest Peak #3 Poland Fun Fact: Certified gold in the United States even though it didn't peak on the main charts 11. Carly Rae Jepsen - Now That I Found You Peak #25 US Pop Digital Songs Highest Peak #6 Japan Hot Overseas Fun Fact: Billboard named it #43 of the best 100 songs of 2019 12. Tinashe - All Hands On Deck Peak #101 Highest Peak #8 Belgium Fun Fact: Tinashe and Iggy Azalea teamed up for the first time on a remix for this track. They now have a new collaboration released this year 13. Kelly Clarkson - I Dare You Peak #86 Highest Peak #3 Israel Fun Fact: Song was recorded in six different language versions 14. Iggy Azalea - Started Peak #120 Highest Peak #10 Greece Digital Songs Fun Fact: music influenced by Anna Nicole Smith and features Trixie Mattel and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo 15. Selena Gomez - Boyfriend Peak #59 Highest Peak #1 New Zealand Hot Singles Fun Fact: Song was created after Selena sent Julia Michaels a text saying "I want a boyfriend" 16. Madonna - Celebration Peak #71 Highest Peak #1 Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Russia Airplay, Scotland, Sweden, UK Dance, and US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Became Madonna's 40th number one song on US Dance Club Songs (the most for any artist) 17. P!nk - Trouble Peak #68 Highest Peak #1 Belgium Fun Fact: Tim Armstrong wrote the song for his band Rancid's album but offered it to P!nk after it didn't make the final cut 18. Rihanna - Man Down Peak #59 Highest Peak #1 France and Switzerland Fun Fact: One of the songs written during a writing camp where Def Jam rented almost every recording studio in LA to write as many songs possible for the album 19. Katy Perry - Harleys In Hawaii Peak #110 Highest Peak # 1 New Zealand Hot Singles Fun Fat: Included this for you Katy Clowns and although I don't like her anymore this song should've been what NRO is 20. Miley Cyrus - Who Owns My Heart Peak #DIDN'T CHART Highest Peak #2 Belgium Fun Fact: The Parents Television Council criticized the video for its ****** elements
  15. So I was going through my playlists and one of them is "Songs That Deserved More" and thought it would be interesting to see your thoughts. I chose a song from each artist mentioned, but of course they have other songs that did not deserve to flop or should've been more successful than they were. Although there are a couple of artists on here I'm not the most fond of anymore I can't deny that these aren't bops and deserved more. 1) Britney Spears - Slumber Party Peak: #86 USA Highest Peak: #1 US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: The song is Britney's 36th Billboard Hot 100 entry 2) Christina Aguilera - Your Body Peak: #34 USA Highest Peak: #1 US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Music video directed by longtime Beyonce collaborator Melina Matsoukas 3. Taylor Swift - New Romantics Peak: #46 USA Highest Peak: #9 US Adult Top 40 Fun Fact: Rolling Stone named it #58 Best Song of the Decade in 2019 4. Lady Gaga - The Cure Peak: #39 USA Highest Peak: #2 Finland Download Fun Fact: Lady Gaga debuted the song at 2017's Coachella Music Festival 5. Nicki Minaj & Ariana Grande - Bed Peak: #42 USA Highest Peak: #6 Belgium Fun Fact: The 5th Nicki and Ariana collaboration out of 6 6. Beyoncé - Upgrade U Peak: #59 USA Highest Peak: #11 US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Fun Fact: Song was released as a promotional single in the USA only 7. Madonna - Girl Gone Wild Peak: #106 USA Highest Peak: #1 Global Dance Songs/US Dance Club Songs Fun Fact: Madonna was threatened litigation by Girls Gone Wild creator 8. Hilary Duff - Sparks Peak: #93 USA Highest Peak: #1 Hong Kong Fun Fact: Song is Hilary's 4th top 10 on the US Dance Club Charts after 3 consecutive #1s from 07-08 9. Katy Perry - Bon Appétit Peak: #59 USA Highest Peak: #2 New Zealand Heatseekers Fun Fact: The music video accrued 16 million views in 24 hours most since Adele's Hello 10. Carly Rae Jepsen - Run Away With Me Peak: Did not chart in the USA Highest Peak: #15 Slovakia Fun Fact: Rolling Stone named it #49 on their year-end list of 2015 Best Songs SHARE YOURS
  16. Hilary Duff is open to a Lizzie McGuire and Hannah Montana crossover. When asked about it, she said "Never say never!" So you're telling me there's a chance! "I love Miley, I recently was on her show that she created during the quarantine, and she’s just awesome," Duff tells Cosmopolitan. "She’s always showing me so much love and it kind of embarrasses me in a way. I’m like, come on, you’re like the epitome of cool and it’s really sweet that she’s just so vocal about being a fan growing up with me and I love her." Sooo many ideas in my mind right now. Lizzie goes to Italy for a comeback, but her big show happens to fall on the same day as Hannah Montana's. Then the two try to outdo one another until the end where they combine both concerts BTW... if you're wondering where the halted Lizzie McGuire reboot is at... "We started shooting, we stopped shooting and went back to the drawing board with Disney+, Disney, and myself to come up with something that works for all of us, and we’re still in the middle of that process," Duff shared. "Everything kind of got put on hold, especially now because of COVID. But no, we’re talking weekly and I feel really good about it. It’s a work in progress." Exhale, are we here for a Lizzie Montana movie?
  17. Congratulations, you've joined the ranks of all the rest. Hilary Duff has created more glimmering pop gems throughout her near 20-year career than the GP cares to admit. Whether she likes it or not there’s a demand for more new tunes. The problem is… she doesn’t really want to create more of these precious bops. Why, Hilary? WHY? According to the Grammy nominated (hopefully one day) singer, her filming schedule is just too hectic. “[Younger] keeps me so busy. When am I going to tour? How am I going to make a record?,” she said in 2018. Even worse… in the beginning of 2016, Duff said she is “not going to be on a world tour and be the top of the charts because I don’t have the time to put in and that’s not what’s important to me.” Here we are three years later and still no closer to new music minus a couple of one-offs (“Little Lies” is that bop though). It appears Hilary wants almost nothing to do with the music biz, so we’ve decided to write a piece explaining just how great her music actually is and *hopefully* inspire Miss Hilary to reconsider. It's worth mentioning she hopped on a cover of Third Eye Blind's "I'll Never Let You Go" recently with husband Matthew Koma and RAC - there's hope! For someone who doesn’t seem to have a huge passion for making pop music, Hilary has a long menu of incredibly delicious pop entrees that gays and gals have gobbled up since the Lizzie McGuire era. If you didn’t memorize Lizzie’s choreographed dance routine to “What Dreams Are Made Of” did you even have a childhood? The film was the catalyst for Disney execs to reframe Hilary from tween queen to bonafide pop star, and they did it in a way where she didn’t lose her **** (or her clothes). Just a few weeks after Lizzie’s trip to Rome, Hilary dropped her debut album, Metamorphosis (I’m not counting 2002’s Santa Claus Lane and you will deal). It was bubble gum pop rock that was edgy enough for youngsters to feel like they could comfortably move on from Zenon, Girl of the 21st Century’s “Supernova Girl” (also still that bop) and into something more age-appropriate for a freshman in high school. That album put Hilary onto the map in a way we hadn’t see before – she wasn’t being recognized for her after school shenanigans with Miranda and Gordo – people who weren’t already following along started to take notice. “So Yesterday” was a self-assured song that oozed budding independence. It still reminds me to this day to let go of petty dramas constantly ignited by Internet comments or when I’m grilled in the besties group text. The record also birthed literally iconic theme songs for MTV’s The Hills (“Come Clean”) and Sweet Sixteen. Five bucks says you just pictured a mascara tear rolling down LC’s face and some little brat screaming about getting a Mercedes instead of a Bentley. Yea, Metamorphosis was cheesy, guilty pleasure pop music for tweens, and I still jam to it on occasion, but more importantly it grabbed our attention and paved the way for more flawless music to come. Hilary’s 2004 self-titled is arguably the strangest body of work she’s ever put forth (in music and film). She perfectly captured the rebellious angsts of adolescence in a bottle with songs like “Mr. James Dean,” “Dangerous To Know” and “Weird.” Normally, Disney starlets startle parents by stripping off their wardrobe, but Hilary decided to scream on a bunch of songs and get the kids fired up to throw down. Though Hilary Duff was defiantly bizarre, it contained a back-to-back 1-2 punch with “Shine” and “I Am.” The songwriting on this couplet was explorative – she discovers puppy love on the former and self-love on the latter. It was the stepping stone she needed to create her masterpiece… The leap from soda pop rock of the self titled to dark pop with Dignity is under appreciated. Hilary was finally channeling real-life situations into her music, disguising that manicured smile behind electro-tinged beats and icy synths. It’s one of the first instances in Hilary’s music where she flexed her vocal guns, pointed and shot mercilessly. She had a few unsuspecting victims in her crosshairs, and when the time was right… rained fire. It marked a pivot from shallow teeny bops to dance music with substance. Gone were the bratty guitar riffs and sugary sweet choruses – Hilary had an obsession with dazzling electric bangers a la “Play With Fire” and “With Love,” but she sinks her teeth into players on a few other standout tracks. “Stranger” and “Gypsy Woman” take shots at the woman who her father had an affair with. On the former, swirling horns call attention to the urgency in Hilary’s icy stabs. “‘Stranger’ is a song I wrote about how my mom must feel around my dad,” she said at the time. “I made it seem like it was about a relationship I was in, because I didn’t want people to know about my parents, but I’ve realized that so many people can relate to what I’ve gone through.” “Gypsy Woman” is considerably harsher towards the unnamed woman, describing her as a home wrecking ***** that lacks empathy, but hey there’s some pretty infectious middle eastern-style production to distract us from the fact that Hilary is seething with resentment. The album title track may or may not be about Nicole Richie, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. “Dignity is a song that is definitely about people in Hollywood”, she said. “I wouldn’t say that it is about [Richie] specifically but it is about people that kind of do what she does and act the way she acts.” You may recall the iconic line, “you’d show up to the opening of an envelope.” It’s Hilary’s angsty rage captured in rare form. Hilary said “Danger” was about one of her friend’s relationships with a guy considerably older in age. A friend wink wink. But Dignity isn’t all pop doom and gloom – it’s got a couple of outstanding rays of sunshine that still light up my workout playlists, like “Outside Of You” and “I Wish” (seems like every album has two phenomenal back-to-back tracks am I right?). All these years later, the album sounds fresh and original to anything currently curating Spotify’s Top Songs playlist. Hilary tried escaping the gravitational pull of electro anthems when she began recording the followup, breathe in. breathe out. Though she ultimately ended up with a collection of warm, pulsating dance tracks, she began with different intentions. Fans wouldn’t get a new album from Hilary for another eight years, and during that time she explored her roots with country-folk pop tracks. Hilary tried captivating audiences with songs like “Chasing The Sun” and “All About You,” both genuinely vibrant feel-good tunes, but she shifted back to a sound that might strike a chord on the Hot 100 and ended up releasing “Sparks” (which it did). Dignity, though on the surface appeared to be YAAAS KWEEN-style bops, was pretty “super heavy” for Hil, so when it came time to record Breathe, Duff set her sights on something warm and cuddly. “The album is a range of stuff,” Duff said in 2015 of BIBO. “I would say definitely in the beginning when I started writing, it was pretty heavy, coming out of my past year of life. It’s changed since then, which is good because I think that the overall theme too – me, personally, I’m not this super heavy girl. You know? I’m one for the sunshine, so it’s shifted a lot and it feels a lot better to me.” The Ed Sheeran-penned “Tattoo,” “Confetti” (co-produced and written by her now fiancé, Matthew Koma. Side note: it samples Belinda Carlisle’s “Heaven Is a Place on Earth,” and that’s pretty special), “My Kind” and “One In A Million” are innocent knee-slappers that steer clear from the chilling introspective topics that take center stage on Dignity. After tapping out from pop rock again, Hilary dyed her hair blue, threw on a leotard, learned some choreography and dove back into pure pop with “Sparks.” “Sparks” had some serious talent behind it – Bloodshy co-produced it (Britney Spears’ “Toxic”) with songwriting provided by Tove Lo (Sweden’s impact). It’s probably the closest we’ve come to Hilary Duff The Pop Star™ in-part thanks to the stylized video. You may recall she initially released a clip for it that came off more like a really, really long Tinder advertisement than an actual music video, so begrudgingly her team released a “Fan-Demanded” version (sans Tinder and lots of dancing) because there was that much outrage. But what it proved is that Hilary isn’t just a one-trick pony, she’s versatile and wide-ranged – maybe not vocally, but great pop music doesn’t require that. If the tables were turned… could Adele pull off “Sparks?” We’ve grown up with Hilary Duff. She personified a young rebellious spirit figuring life out on her earlier works, sharpened her nails with Dignity then went back to singing about sunshine and confetti on breathe in. breathe out. She’s in an interesting position right now in regards to how or when she should release new music. In the time since her last record, Hilary has fallen in love, had another baby, starred in a hit TV show and you know… lived. She has stories to share, and we’re all ears. That is, if she’s willing to tell.
  18. UPDATE: Hilary Duff was hoping to move the Lizzie McGuire reboot to Hulu because Disney found the reboot to be too adult for their network. Unfortunately, Hulu says there's been no progress. "Neither Hilary or Disney made any attempts to talk about moving the show to Hulu," the company's CEO said. 2020 continues... EARLIER: Hilary Duff says the Lizzie McGuire crew is still working on how to meet Disney in the middle. “There’s still conversations going on in hopes that we can find a way to meet in the middle and both bend a little bit,” she tells People. “I understand that they have to protect their brand and there’s pretty strict guidelines on what that looks like.” “I just have to make sure it’s the right move for me and that I feel like I’m honoring her and the character, and that it will be relatable to the people who grew up with her because those are the people I really want to speak to.” EARLIER: We have a little more insight as to why Disney is putting the Lizzie McGuire reboot on hold. According to THR, "the first episode of the Lizzie McGuire revival acknowledges the existence of *** with cheating as a central plot point." Hilary posted a note asking Disney to move the show to Hulu because she doesn't want it limited to a PG rating. See the note below. In January, the show's creator quit. Production was shut down after filming just two episodes Disney released a statement about the halt: The episodes were too adult for Disney+'s taste. Here's the show's original synopsis: Hilary Duff isn't taking this bump in the road lightly. She posted a screen shot of a story detailing Disney+ cancelling Love, Victor — a spinoff TV series of the 2018 movie Love, Simon — over fears it wasn't "family friendly." At the time of Disney+'s launch, the CEO said: "If they want adult content, they can subscribe to Hulu, and if they want family, there’s Disney+." Hilary said "sounds familiar." It's unclear what the future of LM is. Maybe they'll continue filming and put it on Hulu? Maybe it's done altogether? Were you guys excited for it? Looks like I'm cancelling my Disney+ subscription then
  19. Update: Hilary comments on the gross controversy. Earlier: The pop culture world has had a very busy 24 hours - first Doja Cat being exposed for various mad things, rumours of Khloe Kardashian swapping her face with her best friend.... But the ultimate one for me is that Hilary Duff is apparently being exposed as a $ex trafficker with her own child?! Now I've had a little dig to see what the deal is and I can only put it down to some kind of mad conspiracy theory that people have too much time for. Similar to the Oprah Winfrey thing a few months back, but with the slightest bit more meat. I can't seem to locate the Twitter thread I found earlier, but if somebody would like to add to this and try to make sense of it with me, that'd be ace. From The Blast: Either way, I'm about to stream Dignity
  20. Just went to checking the recent Twitter trends. Hilary Duff popped up. It's bad. She's being accused of Child Trafficking for p*******a involving her own son. Apparently a Federal investigation is already happening on Her and her current husband Matthew Koma.
  21. In 2003 Hilary Duff released Metamorphosis which makes the Queen of all Disney teen pop stars. Yes Britney came from MMC. But that's way before the trend of turning huge icons into pop icons. Most articles rarely talk about Britney when it comes to the house of mouse and What they did in the 2000s. Anyway a Spanish Version of S Club 7 recorded a cover in both Spanish and Portuguese for their Album Celestial. RBD is just like S Club 7. There really was nothing authentic about the concept. Both Spanish and Portuguese will be in the replies. Plus a mash up of Hillary duff and RBD. Plus Hilary's scene on Rebelde. Tu Dulce Voz. Spanish language version
  22. Hilary doesn't think Lizzie McGuire would be pleased to see Paolo on the stalled reboot. She knows Disney owns the franchise and does have final say. But word on the street is. She's willing to go Bankrupt to buy the Lizzie McGuire franchise to give fans what they want.
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