If you like to eat, don't be a celebrity, says Duff
By Stone Martindale Apr 3, 2007, 2:47 GMT
03/31/2007 - Hilary Duff - Nickelodeon\'s 20th Annual Kids\' Choice Awards - Pauley Pavilion - UCLA - Westwood, CA © David Gabber / Photorazzi
Brunette Hilary Duff reveals she feels pressure to be thin for her career, in her latest interview with People magazine.
The 19-year-old star told People she's criticized as too fat or too thin in the media, which she says can be "judgmental and mean."
"And if you don't like the way you look or feel insecure, when people say things about you — in magazines or just in everyday life they can be hurtful ... But you'll never make them happy," she told People.
Duff has a new album out April 3rd called "Dignity." Several of the songs reflect her break-up with Good Charlotte singer Joel Madden. She denies that she slagged his new gal, Nicole Richie, in her tune "Gypsy Woman," according to her People interview.
According to Duff, "she doesn't like to discuss relationships."
"It's not my job to talk about my relationship," she said. " ... But the more you try to keep it quiet, the more people want to know about it.