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Dignity by Hilary Duff

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Dignity

Hilary Duff

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Label: Hollywood Records
Did anyone at Hollywood listen to Hilary Duff's fourth album? Because Dignity is kind of, well, bitter -- not a Disney-sanctioned emotion. Actually, the acrimony of the girl who would be Britney is understandable: She's broken up with this jerk (see the clubby/tragic "Stranger"), and he moved on to a soul-sucking socialite (Nicole Richie skewered, Duff-style, on "Dignity") who eats(ish) good girls like Hilary for breakfast. Now Hilary's all dead inside at 20 ("Burned," a "Lucky"-like cry for help). She's still not Britney, and let's hope she never gets to that point.

About This Album

Did anyone at Hollywood listen to Hilary Duff's fourth album? Because Dignity is kind of, well, bitter -- not a Disney-sanctioned emotion. Actually, the acrimony of the girl who would be Britney is understandable: She's broken up with this jerk (see the clubby/tragic "Stranger"), and he moved on to a soul-sucking socialite (Nicole Richie skewered, Duff-style, on "Dignity") who eats(ish) good girls like Hilary for breakfast. Now Hilary's all dead inside at 20 ("Burned," a "Lucky"-like cry for help). She's still not Britney, and let's hope she never gets to that point.

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About This Album

Did anyone at Hollywood listen to Hilary Duff's fourth album? Because Dignity is kind of, well, bitter -- not a Disney-sanctioned emotion. Actually, the acrimony of the girl who would be Britney is understandable: She's broken up with this jerk (see the clubby/tragic "Stranger"), and he moved on to a soul-sucking socialite (Nicole Richie skewered, Duff-style, on "Dignity") who eats(ish) good girls like Hilary for breakfast. Now Hilary's all dead inside at 20 ("Burned," a "Lucky"-like cry for help). She's still not Britney, and let's hope she never gets to that point.