Hilary Duff made a name for herself on the successful Disney Channel/ABC Kids show Lizzie McGuire, which Hilary Duff parlayed into a career both as a pop singer and a film actress. As an actress Hilary Duff appeared in 1998’s Casper, 1999 The Soul Collector and The Lizzie McGuire Movie. The Lizzie McGuire Movie gave Hilary Duff the opportunity to provide several songs for the movie soundtrack. "Why Not" and "I Can’t Wait" from the movie soundtrack went platinum in 2003. Hillary Duff's debut solo CD, "Metamorphosis," was also released in 2003. The album charted number two on the Billboard 200 the week of its release and solidified Hilary Duff as a solo artist. The single "So Yesterday" went to Number One.
According to Hilary Duff, the album's title signifies change and growth in Hilary Duff personally and Hilary Duff career. Hilary Duff is moving forward from Hilary Duff fans seeing Hilary Duff as Hilary Duff character "Lizzie McGuire" into an artist in Hilary Duff own right. Hillary Duff's career is exploding into Top 40 Radio, MTV and Top 200 retail charts. MTV hosted a prestigious premiere for the "So Yesterday" music video. MTV featured Hilary in their MTV Diary. Hillary Duff recently was a presenter at both the MTV Video Music Awards and the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, where Hilary Duff accepted the trophy for "Favorite TV Show" on behalf of Lizzie McGuire. Although there’s not one molecule of space left for anotHilary Duff top award Hilary Duff shelf, "So Yesterday" has become the #1 most-streamed video on AOL. Hillary Duff's sister, Haylie Duff, wrote "Sweet Sixteen" for the "Metamorphosis" album.
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