Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Hilary Duff has a FLAWLESS Skin

In Style Watch (Off the rack), they have published a picture of Hilary Duff's remarkably flawless skin.

This picture is a part of a new campaign for Vaseline that Hilary Duff is a part of. The campaign is called "Skin is Amazing" and stars picked their favorite body part to have shot for the campaign. Hilary Duff picked her shoulder.
The campaign hits magazines next month.

Hilary Duff Montreal Concert Videos

Some videos of Hilary Duff concert in Montreal, Quebec:


I Wish:

Gypsy Woman:


● Hilary to perform on Much and CTV for Toronot International Film Festival

Hilary will not only be on MuchMusic this Friday, she will also be performing for CTV. All these performances are confirmed so Hilary can open the Toronto International Film Festival.

CNW Group: Press Release

TORONTO, Sept. 4 /CNW/ - It’s a spectacle unlike any other. CTV confirmed details today for one of the most-anticipated nights for fans and party-goers during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.

Thousands of fans and hundreds of stars will congregate this Friday night at Queen and John streets for the eTalk Star! Schmooze - which will now kick off with an exclusive outdoor edition of MuchMusic’s MuchOnDemand, featuring live, on-street performances by Hilary Duff.

The eTalk Star! Schmooze airs live across Canada on Star! and in Toronto on Citytv on Friday, Sept. 7 at 10 p.m. ET. CTV will rebroadcast the special on Saturday, Sept. 8 at 8 p.m. ET in all markets.

The eTalk Star! Schmooze will confirm its status as one of the most accessible events for fans at the Toronto International Film Festival when MuchMusic presents a free, live street performance by Hilary Duff to kick off the night outside of CTV’s Festival Headquarters. Fresh from her hosting duties at the Teen Choice Awards, the singer, songwriter, actress and fashion designer will warm-up the thousands of fans expected at Queen and John when she performs live on a special, pre-Schmooze, MuchOnDemand episode at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on MuchMusic, hosted by Leah Miller. Then, Duff will open the eTalk Star! Schmooze with another live performance. With her current album, Dignity, flying off the shelves and a host of upcoming films in the can, including the highly-anticipated John Cusack written movie War, Inc., Hilary Duff is the perfect choice to kick off the eTalk Star! Schmooze.

Looks like Hilary will have a couple busy days in Toronto.
Just to sum it all up, Hilary is opening up the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), by performing multiple songs on Much Music and then, right after, on CTV, another performance for eTalk!!!

Courtesy: CNW Group
Also thanks to

Hilary Duff Podcast #18

Hilary Duff’s 18th podcast continues with the Anaheim concert of her Dignity Tour, and her performance of "I Wish"


Duff has learned lessons in Dignity

Hilary Duff performed for just over 7,700 fans at the Bell Centre last night, as part of a tour in support of her album Dignity.

Hilary Duff performed for just over 7,700 fans at the Bell Centre last night, as part of a tour in support of her album Dignity. JOHN KENNEY, THE GAZETTE


When Hilary Duff played the Bell Centre in January 2005, she seemed like a marketing man's defective puppet, with an off-kilter yelp and clueless stage presence. By contrast, when she unpacked songs from her recent Dignity album last night at the same venue in front of just over 7,700, she seemed - well, dignified.

It didn't take long for her to make a decent impression: After a strobe-heavy intro gave many young girls their first taste of simulated epilepsy, Duff strode out to the electro-pop beat of Play with Fire. She seemed more refined, less desperate to please than in the past, with the directionless energy of her earlier shows transferred to a quartet of dancers who won't be sweeping any choreography awards.

Composure isn't the only lesson she's learned: Her vocals throughout the 100-minute set were considerably smoother than the dog-torturing shrillness of 2005.

Three songs in, Come Clean was a case study in another valuable teaching for the teen-beat crowd: Tinker, but don't overhaul. When Britney Spears turned her prepubescent sex-me-ups into jazz-club standards on her 2004 Onyx Hotel tour, she lost the crowd. Come Clean was tweaked to bring it in line with the blurpy beats of Dignity, but wasn't a pointless revamp.

Most of Duff's banter was of the "Sing with me, insert-city-name" variety, but she's either good at feigning sincerity or living by her own platitudes. Speaking of sincerity, titling your album Dignity is pretty rich when you're stamping your name on overpriced souvenir glow sticks. But Duff is perhaps the only mall queen these days who could sing the disc's title track - a dig at her contemporaries' vacuous celebrity, accompanied by a parade of tabloids on the video screen - without sounding like a drunk pot calling a baby-dropping kettle black.

That and other new numbers sounded meatier live than on album. But the kid-pop cavalcade

following the first wardrobe change squeezed some of the most delighted squeals from the grade-school crowd. This should worry Duff: Her audience isn't growing with her - each of Duff's last two visits have seen her shed 3,000 or 4,000 fans, and last night's crowd didn't look any older than the one in 2005. The singer smiled and cooed throughout Why Not, but one imagines it may gall her to see early hits getting most of the ear-burning cheers.

While Duff's previous Gong Show level of competence wasn't missed last night, there was often a distinct void of charisma. The speed-freak traffic video accompanying The Getaway provided more action than Duff's blas presence, and giving So Yesterday a slight reggae lilt was no excuse to chill by the drum kit.

Duff came alive after changing into a glitter-ball skirt for a run dominated by Dignity material. Outside of You pointed the way forward - a solid slab of pop durable enough to hang around after all those glow sticks die out.
© The Gazette (Montreal) 2007

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