Saturday, July 28, 2007

Hiary Duff at LAX for Canada Tour

Hilary duff was spotted at LAX on 28th (morning), she seems to be hurrying for the tour.
See the candids of Hilary at LAX.

Hilary Duff at LAX

Hilary Duff at LAX

Hilary Duff at LAX

Hilary Duff at LAX

Hilary Duff at LAX

Hilary Duff at LAX


Hilary Duff reveals she is dating Mike Comrie but they are not "boyfriend and girlfriend"

I think the doubt has now come to an end. Hilary Duff reveals she has been dating Mike Comrie a couple of times. But they are not "boyfriend and girlfriend". Shit! It does not seem to remove the confusion again, who is Hilary's Boyfriend.

Hilary says she and Mike have dated a couple of times

Singer says she may have to study up on hockey

Iain Ilich, The Edmonton Journal

EDMONTON - Teen pop star Hilary Duff acknowledged Friday she's been dating hockey star Mike Comrie but says they've only been out a couple of times and they're not "boyfriend and girlfriend."

Duff, who performs at Rexall Place next week, also says she knows nothing about hockey but added: "Maybe I'm going to have to learn."

"Mike and I met a week ago, and we've been out a couple times, and it's like, he's great, he's really nice," the singer-actress said by phone from a plane on the tarmac at the Los Angeles International Airport.

"But we're not, like, boyfriend and girlfriend. You know, we've been to dinner a couple of times."

Will the Edmonton-born former Oiler, who now makes his home in Los Angeles, be coming to Edmonton when Duff performs at Rexall Place next Wednesday?

"I'm not sure," she laughs. "Maybe you'll see him there, maybe you won't."

Celebrity blogs around the world have been abuzz since the 26-year-old hockey player and the 19-year-old singer were photographed leaving a Santa Monica, Calif. restaurant on Wednesday evening. The reaction from blog readers has been mixed, from comments on Comrie's looks (some say he is big-headed, others say he is handsome), to hate-filled diatribes from hockey fans who feel jilted because of his unhappy departure from the Oilers.

Comrie was traded from the Oilers to the Philadelphia Flyers in 2003. He most recently played for the Stanley Cup finalist Ottawa Senators, but has since signed with the New York Islanders.

Born in Houston, Texas, Duff didn't grow up surrounded by sticks, pucks and nets, and she readily admits that she's new to the whole hockey thing.

"I was actually laughing with my friends, because I don't know anything about hockey."

Duff has also learned from experience about how tough it can be to maintain a relationship while on the road, touring constantly.

Her balanced view of the challenges posed by her career, and the trouble it can cause when it comes to sustaining a relationship, help her to keep her personal life in order.

"I think that I've never had it any other way, you know," says Duff, who spent most of her teenage years in show business.

"Of course, when you're younger, you have little boyfriends at school and stuff, and that doesn't really count.

"But the one serious relationship that I did have (with Good Charlotte vocalist Joel Madden), I was on tour for most of the time, and so was he, so it's like that is what's normal, and you just learn to deal with it.

"Sometimes it's good, you know," she continues. "It's definitely hard when you really care about someone and want to spend all your time with them to constantly be away and be in different cities and be in different time zones, and have totally different schedules. It gets kind of frustrating.

"But it's also nice to get to miss someone. We always want what we can't have, and living my life right now, if someone understands, then great. I'll work hard and they'll work hard, or whatever.

"But if not, it's not meant to be. That's my positive outlook on it," she laughs. "Sometimes it's not always that positive."

Duff kicks off her Canadian tour on Saturday in Winnipeg, with a stop in Edmonton on Wednesday.

The Salvation Army is thrilled to partner with Hilary Duff in nationwide food drive

The press release of Canada NewsWire reports "The Salvation Army is thrilled to partner with Hilary"
See the press release...

TORONTO, July 27 /CNW/ - The Salvation Army is thrilled to partner with Hilary Duff as she kicks off her Dignity Tour in Winnipeg, MB on July 28, 2007, the first of 12 shows she will play across Canada.

Once again, Hilary is asking her fans to bring canned goods to her concert in support of The Salvation Army and Canadian Harvest. On her past two Canadian tours, Hilary has raised more than 125,000 pounds of food.

"Working with Canadian Harvest is a way for me to give something back to the community," said Hilary Duff. "The past two times I toured Canada, my fans did an amazing job of providing canned goods and I'm certain this time my fans can do even better!"

At each Canadian stop on the Dignity Tour, donations will be collected at the concert gates by The Salvation Army. All of the food will be distributed through The Salvation Army in the communities from which it was collected. Fans are encouraged to bring as much as they can.

"Having enough food to feed your family is a huge concern for many in Canada," says Graham Moore, Territorial Secretary for Public Relations and Development. "We are extremely pleased to be working with Hilary Duff as she encourages her fans to support the vulnerable and marginalized throughout the country."

Hilary Duff is a multi-platinum chart-topping recording artist and concert performer, fashion designer, actress, business woman and philanthropist. She recently released her fourth studio album called Dignity and can also be seen in the upcoming film War, Inc., with John Cusack.

Hilary's 'tween fashion and home line stuff by Hilary Duff is available exclusively at Zellers. Hilary will launch her Canadian tour on July 28, 2007 in Winnipeg and will play shows across Canada, ending in Sault St. Marie on September 11, 2007.

Canadian Harvest and its American counterpart, USA Harvest, began in 1989 as Kentucky Harvest, the brainchild of Stan Curtis. The goal of the organization is to move food from people who have extra to people who have too little. Since 1989, the "food-raisers' have collected 11.6 billion pounds of food for missions, soup kitchens and food banks across North America.

The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has grown to become the largest
non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country. The
Salvation Army gives hope and support to vulnerable people today and everyday in 400 communities across Canada and 111 countries around the world. The Salvation Army offers practical assistance for children and families, often tending to the basic necessities of life, provides shelter for homeless people and rehabilitation for people who have lost control of their lives to an addiction.

When you give to The Salvation Army, you are investing in the future of marginalized and overlooked people in your community.

News releases, articles and updated information can be found at

Hilary Duff to be featured in WHO for 6th of August

The first August Edition(6th of August) of "Who" will be featuring Hilary Duff yet again in their magazine.

See the upcoming magazine scan...