“Extra’s” Mario Lopez talked with Hilary Duff on the set of “Two and a Half Men” about her upcoming guest appearance on the show’s season finale.
Duff laughed, “She’s a little sex-crazed junkie! I mean, I get to play a crazy party girl.”
Actress Hilary Duff is letting her hair down in the upcoming season finale of “Two and a Half Men.”
Duff plays a 22-year-old party girl who has the hots for Walden (Ashton Kutcher), but it seems Walden only has eyes for her well-travelled and attractive grandmother, played by Marilu Henner.
New mom Hilary Duff, 25, is returning to television as Ashton’s Kutcher’s love interest on the season finale of “Two and a Half Men.” Too bad he falls for someone else!TVLine first reported the casting news, explaining that Duff’s character has a love connection with Walden (Kutcher). E! News later added that the two don’t end up together, because Walden falls for Stacey’s grandmother!
New mom Hilary Duff showed off her adorable, 2-week-old son, Luca Cruz, on her official website, HilaryDuff.com!
How cute is he?!
Luca is the first child for Duff and her husband, retired hockey player Mike Comrie, married since August 2010.
Expectant mom Hilary Duff tweeted this pic of herself with her belly painted up for the holidays, apparently by her sister, Haylie.
The "Lizzie McGuire" star, now 24, and hockey player husband Mike Comrie are expecting their first child this spring.
Expectant mom Hilary Duff was at ICE at Santa Monica skating rink supporting Danskin's campaign for "Move for Change," which is dedicated to the health and wellness of women and children.
Danskin also made a $10K donation to Hilary's charity, "Blessings in a Backpack," and Duff met with fans, signed autographs and sipped on hot chocolate.
President Obama returned to Los Angeles to rub elbows with Hollywood's most powerful celebs to raise money for his re-election campaign... and included a surprise stop at Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles!
The President, who arrived to LAX in the late afternoon, made a stop with his Secret Service detail at the famous Hollywood chicken joint, where he gave a presidential order for the "Country Boy" combo; three chicken wings, a waffle and potato salad. The total came out to about $9, a far cry from the lavish $35,800-a-plate dinner he later attended at the home of movie producer James Lassiter.