Hilary Duff Opened Up About The Changes of Her Life when ‘Lizzie McGuire’ Ended


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Hilary Duff opened up about the time when ‘Lizzie McGuire’ ended. The actress gained huge popularity for playing the beloved Disney character Elizabeth McGuire on the show. In her recent appearance at Dear Media’s Good Guys, she shared the details of her life after this show ended. Moreover, Duff also desperately wanted to be herself after the show.

Hilary Duff said she didn’t want to be Lizzie McGuire anymore

The 35-year-old revealed she didn’t want to play Lizzie McGuire anymore. As she said, “I really didn’t want to be Lizzie McGuire anymore.”

Moreover, she told hosts, Josh Peck and Ben Soffer, “For so long, people were just like, ‘Lizzie, Lizzie, Llizzie,’ and still now ’til this day, which it doesn’t bother me anymore, but it did for a while. Like, I just desperately needed to be my own person. And I think I thought that music was going to be a way to reintroduce myself.”

The actress also revealed it was exhausting for her to film 30 episodes each season and broke them up over time. The show runs from 2000 to 2004 and gained a lot of popularity.

The How I Met Your Father alum shared, “I mean, I would say that was five years of my life just trying to navigate becoming a person that I wanted to be, outside of who everybody wanted me to be.” Later on, she added, “I was, like, an angsty teenager that had a lot on my shoulders. And I did want to change, and I wanted to wear different stuff and try on things for size. I think people make up the version of yourself that they want. And you’re like, ‘I’m actually not that or don’t want to be held responsible for changing if I want to.'”

Moreover, she explained how she deal with stardom at this young age. She said, “I think that there’s like so many factors. I think that I had a very strong foundation in my mom. When I started earning money and taking care of my family, in a different way than normal, I didn’t start getting treated better at home. I think a lot of that is within, but a lot of that has to do with the people you surround yourself with. I wasn’t really in the cool crowd.”

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