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Hilary zal op 12 september optreden tijdens de Bite Of Las Vegas.

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Hilary heeft een interview gehad met pridesource.com.

“I’m like the dorky kid on the bus who’s like, ‘ Hiiii.'”

Wait a minute. Is that you, Lizzie McGuire? Maybe? No.

It’s Hilary Duff, razzing on her cold-ridden, congested-sounding self as she does a nasally nerd impression. And though Duff is known to millennials (and their moms) for originating the dorky Disney icon in 2001 – which, she admits during our interview, has been “torturous” – the 27-year-old is ready to move on. Actually, she’s been ready. It’s the rest of the world that just can’t seem to let Lizzie go.

During an insightful and surprisingly candid conversation, Duff spoke about her career as a whole just hours following June 26’s landmark Supreme Court ruling, which granted full marriage rights to LGBT Americans. The child star-turned-music maker also talked about her latest album, “Breathe In. Breathe Out.” (RCA Records), eight years in the making; the long break she took to find her true self; and not knowing how to be a “totally normal girl who doesn’t give a fuck.”

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Hilary praat met de website advocate.com over het homohuwelijk nadat deze wettelijk legaal werd in de VS.

On the heels of her newest album, Breathe In, Breathe Out, pop singer Hilary Duff explains why she’s happy that marriage equality is now a reality for her gay fans all over the country.

Many people across the nation are already celebrating the good news of the Supreme Court’s historic marriage equality ruling, and included in those celebrants is singer, actress, and proud mother of one Hilary Duff.

“It seems like it’s been such a struggle for acceptance and equality, and it’s crazy but it’s a very exciting day in history,” the pop star and straight ally told The Advocate today. “I think the world is changing. Some areas quicker than others, but I do think it’s easier to be a gay kid going through school now than it was 10 years ago.”

“It’s kind of how it was when I had my baby, like it was just any other day,” Duff said of how she reacted when she first heard the news of this morning’s 5-4 ruling from SCOTUS. “But this is such big news, this big life-changing thing! I feel like this should have happened a long time ago, but it’s just exciting. There’s really no other word for it. I think tonight people will be celebrating, and they have every right to.”

Duff went on to talk about her history with LGBT fans and how excited everyone was the first time she went out to party at famous West Hollywood gay bar the Abbey at a point in her life when she was thinking about making music again.

“I get in there, and the whole place, I don’t know how everyone saw me, but they went ape-shit crazy,” she said. “I thought they were going to carry my body off, like throw me in the air. But in a good way! They were all so excited to see me. I’ve always had big supporters in the gay community, and it really makes me feel so good.”

“I’ve always had gay friends, they’ve always been loving and understanding towards me, and we always have a good time,” Duff continued. “You guys really know how to have a good time.”


Er zijn enkele nieuwe fotoshoots van Hilary verschenen tijdens Hilary’s promotietour voor ‘Breathe In. Breathe Out’

Galerij Links:
http//: Billboard
http//: iHeartRadio
http//: Lucas Jackson
http//: Robert Deutsch (USA Today)


Ik heb enkele nieuwe outtakes van Hilary’s fotoshoot met Cosmopolitan toegevoegd. Daarnaast zijn eerder toegevoegde outtakes vervangen voor een versie zonder tag!

Galerij Links:
http//: Eric Ray Davidson (Cosmopolitan)


Hilary heeft een interview gehad met USA Today, klik hier om ook een kleine video te zien van het interview. Eerder verschenen al outtakes van de bijbehorende portraitsessie.

NEW YORK — Hilary Duff catapulted to fame as the star of Disney’s Lizzie McGuire, which aired from 2001 until 2004.

Eleven years later, she’s back — in what she hopes is a major way. Duff just released her fifth studio album, Breathe In. Breathe Out. and she’s starring in the TV Land series Younger, as the best buddy of a colleague (Sutton Foster) masquerading as a woman half her age; the show has been renewed for a second season.

Plus, she’s making waves in the world of online romance, announcing that she’s on Tinder after filing for divorce from her husband, hockey player Mike Comrie, in February. Now 27, and the mom of son Luca, 3, Duff talks dating, decibels and doing her own thing.

Q: Why release new music now, after taking so much time off?
A: I did a bunch of charity stuff when I first had Luca but I was a mom at home, and I loved it. I was so lucky to be able to make that choice. I decided to take that break. I just started writing again and I hadn’t been writing in years. I guess I felt like I had stuff to say. I took a year and a half. I’m very personal on the record. All I can do is write about things I know and feel, or sing about them.

Q: Which song on the album is the most personal to you?
A: Brave Heart. It’s very personal to me. It’s about my relationship. It’s about taking a step into the unknown. Not knowing if it’s the right thing or the wrong thing but being brave enough to make a choice and stick with it.

Q: You’ve been very open about your breakup. How did you and your ex keep your breakup so amicable?

A: We care very much for each other. We’re really good friends. We’re always going to be a family. There was no other option…. I look back with love. … You have to be a big person. We have fun together and hang out all the time. The press would say we’re getting back together because we spend time together. It’s tough living your life in the public.

Q: That Instagram post with you urging moms to love their bods was great.
A: I am terrible on a diet so I have to work out hard. I feel strong when I do and it’s really good for my brain. I have always been a toned girl. I’m never going to be a super-skinny girl. People in this town are another level — I just can’t. It’s not in the cards for me. I don’t deprive myself of anything. I don’t get it. It took me a long time to lose my baby weight. I didn’t care. I was just so happy.

Q: Your video for Sparks is about you using Tinder. Do you really use Tinder?
A: I’m really on Tinder. But I’m not actively using Tinder. I was fascinated. I have got to see what this is about. We were scrolling through people. It’s addictive. I’m getting on this! Why not? Then the idea sparked of, I was having to come up with concepts for videos, I wanted to marge the two worlds. I wanted to do something unexpected and crazy and fun and have an experience I wouldn’t otherwise have. I’m not currently swiping. I’m too busy. A lot of it was for the video but it started very organically.

Q: Between promoting this and Younger, is it tough being away from home for extended amounts of time?
A: If I had a nine to five job, I’d see (Luca) a lot less than I do now. I can go for weeks without working. I don’t have 24-hour help. On the weekends I’m just his mom. We get really good time together. It’s my job and how I make money and it’s my passion. But yes, it sucks. It’s been three days now and I’m missing his little voice and the hugs.


Hilary heeft een interview en portraitsessie gehad met Buzzfeed.com.

Hilary Duff On Letting Go Of Lizzie & Her Return To Pop
The ’00s icon dishes all about her brand new album Breathe In. Breathe Out., and her plans to hit the road on tour this winter (including some *secret* shows).< It’s been a while since we were blessed with an album from Hilary Duff, but after eight excruciatingly long years, the wait is finally over! The Disney Channel icon and Walking Queen is finally back with Breathe In. Breathe Out., an electrifying pop album that will bring you right back to those glory days of binge-watching Lizzie McGuire while singing “Come Clean” into a hairbrush. We were lucky enough to have the mega-talented actress and singer stop by to dish all about her new album and answer some questions straight from the BuzzFeed Community. Here’s what went down. When did you realize you had a passion for singing, and what made you decide to come back to music? I always loved music, but I wanted obviously to be an actress. I was filming Lizzie McGuire for two years — we did like 65 episodes in two years. So after that I was like, ah, I gotta do something to not be Lizzie McGuire. And I loved her! And it was all good. But I was, like, just tired of doing the same thing every day, all day. And I obviously loved Britney Spears, and I was like, I wanna be just like her! And I started singing. I started trying to sing, you know — getting vocal lessons and stuff like that. And that’s how it started. Read More