‘So Yesterday’ helped Hilary Duff lay the foundation upon which a new generation of pop stars stampeded into the charts.
Hilary Duff’s third album skipped the UK entirely, But its lead single eventually reappeared two years later alongside her greatest hits.
‘Play With Fire’ offered a first glimpse at what would eventually be one of the most essential pop albums of the ‘00s. No, really.
Bluffing her way through the pop game, Hilary Duff described ‘Come Clean’ as “not really pop, sort of like techno, but it’s slow”