Hiya, I'm Hilary Duff! You might know me from the Disney show Lizzie McGuire, which I love(d), or my new blue hairdo, which I love (will keep loving). It's fun, like I'm fun, you know, or at least, I'm having a lot of fun right now. I recently told Time about all the ways I'm having fun, which include acting "ghetto."
A lot of our writers are in their 20s, so they know what's up. I'm trying to think if I gave any feedback. I think I'm the one who will act ghetto more of the time or do funny voices.
Whoa, right? But it's true—I'm the one doing funny voices, like a person who lives in the ghetto. Black type of voices, loud type of voices, voices giving voice to sassy observations and advice. Everyone's like haha, Hilary, what are you doing, and I'm like, acting ghetto! More of the time I'm doing that.
Maybe I didn't need to say that, but I thought I'd share. There's just sooo much going on on my show. It's edgy. I mean, not like The Wire!!!! Edgy like wearing tea gloves to dinner or talking about menstruation in public.
It's dealing with a lot of women's issues in humorous ways. When I read the episode about my character's DivaCup getting stuck, that was like, "Wow, okay, we're really going to go there." That was exciting. We get drunk a lot. We take Molly.
Not for real getting drunk and taking Molly, just acting. Haha.
One time we had a party, and people stayed up all night.
Oh, our wrap party was pretty wild. People were pulling all-nighters.
Just because the sun went to bed doesn't mean we did! Or some of us didn't.
Sometimes, though, I'm like, whoa, too much party, let's just hang out in Brooklyn. I live in Brooklyn now, can you believe it? It's kind of confusing, to be honest, and not just because I wouldn't expect to see me, Hilary Duff, in Brooklyn (that would be more surprising, than anything).
Buying food for my family is tricky in Brooklyn! We tried to shop at the co-op but then we realized we couldn't because we didn't have a job there!
We tried to shop at the co-op but then we realized we couldn't because we didn't have a job there!
I know, that's what I said!
But also the people that are working there are terrible. They don't know where anything is. They don't want to bag your groceries because they're all moms that live in the neighborhood and want to shop at the grocery store but they don't want to be working there!
You know? I'm a mom, too, but sometimes I miss just being a teenager, sneaking into clubs.
I used to lie about to my age to get into clubs and stuff.
I mean I didn't actually sneak in and I have never told a lie but I think I had my sister's old ID, if I ever had to use it.
I knew most of the people—I'm not trying to sound like a brat or anything! I had an older sister too, so she learned the ropes for me and then I got to just sneak in. Super naughty! Naughty, naughty. A fake ID would never work for me because they'd be like, "We know who you are." I think I had my sister's old ID. ... I can't even remember having to use it. Who knows.
I'm not trying to sound like a brat or anything, but who knows.
The only thing I'm really sure of is which Sex and the City character I'd be:
I think I'd have to be a Carrie. I guess it's the same reason I'd want to be Baby Spice.
I can't tell you the reason, but you know wazzzupp! Lol.