„... I want the songs I sing to reflect that [I am a regular 16 year old]. Basically, I'm not Lizzie McGuire anymore.“

— Hilary Duff, Duerden, Nick. "The Golden Girl" http://www.blender.com/guide/articles.aspx?id=1052. Blender. October 2004. Retrieved October 25 2006.
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