Babes March, 13th 2011 by E.

Hilary Duff: The world's favorite girl-next-door

Be honest with me here, you get home from work, turn on the TV and tune in to Disney’s Lizzie Mcguire. You call in the kids: “kids, Lizzie is on!” sure, it’s nice to watch a tv show with the kids. But we’re not really following the TV-show, and we’re not being nice to the kids.. we watch for Hilary. It may sound blunt, but it’s just a fact: Favorite girl next door Hilary Duff equals wanking material, and you know it.

Hilary was born on September 28th, 1987. She loved to perform ever since she was a little girl: At the age of six she began touring with the Cechetti Ballet which was her first step towards becoming an actress. After a few auditions, Hilary won a role in the Soul Collector (released in 1999) and received great reviews for her work. Her biggest success came after she was casted as the title character in the television series “Lizzie McGuire” (2001). “Lizzie” was an instant hit, which propelled her into international celebrity status.

Besides Hilary’s successes as an actress, she’s also started a singing career. With her debut solo album Metamorphosis she dominated the charts. Her debut single, “So Yesterday,” became an instant #1 retail hit at, and stormed the pop singles charts, hitting the #1 spot.

With her diverse talents, perfect looks and an estimated income of over $12 million a year, and her perfect looks she’s pretty much at the top of our let’s-get-married list!

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