Hilary Duff Admits Embarrassing Thing Her Daughter Makes Her Do When They Are in the Car

Hilary Duff admits that she does, in fact, listen to her old music in the car — and it’s all thanks to her daughter.

While on The Late Late Show With James Corden, she shared how her daughter has a new love for Duff’s old “teeny bopper” music she released in the early to mid-2000s.

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The interview clip, which was posted on social media, has since gone viral. The clip was posted to Tiktok which now has over 4 million views and 520,000 likes.

“I can’t get away from it because someone exposed my 3-year-old to it,” the singer-actress recently told Cosmopolitan.

Duff released her latest album, “Breathe In. Breathe Out,” in 2015. It included the popular single “Sparks,” which Duff said her daughter is especially obsessed with.

“We get in the car, and I have to listen to my own music because my daughter’s screaming, ‘I want parks, I want parks,'” Duff said.

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“I’m rolling up to her preschool, and every time I turn it way down she’s like, ‘Why do you turn it off? Why you turn it off?'” she continued. “Like, girl. I’m not rolling up to your preschool blasting my own s***. So embarrassing.”

The 34-year-old mom of three also divulged how she has been contemplating getting back in the studio “and starting to stretch the muscles a little bit.”

“I really want to, but I need time to figure out what I’m saying, what kind of record I’m making, and who it’s for,” she shared with the outlet.

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Duff began releasing music through Walt Disney Records imprint Buena Vista when she was just 15 years old. Her second studio album “Metamorphosis” was released in 2003 and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Duff went on to sign a new recording deal with RCA Records in 2014.

“You know how annoying it is to go to a concert, and they don’t play the hits? I want to serve people what they want, but I also want it to be authentic to who I am now, and that’s very complicated,” Duff said.

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