Fresh from the constipated line dancing extravaganza that was her X Factor performance, living angel Hilary Duff has quickly followed up with the first acoustic performance of her top five Australian iTunes smash, "All About You."
I said in my review for Hilary Duff's underappreciated "Chasing The Sun" that it was basically a re-introductory single to play on Lizzie McGuire nostalgia before the real comeback smash dropped, and it turns out I was right. A fortnight after its release, Hilary has labelled "Chasing The Sun" a "teaser," and bounced back with the official "radio single," "All About You."
Wrapping my head around the fact that Hilary Duff actually made her comeback this week has been surprisingly difficult to do. It's slightly surreal, like some artist from another time and era that you never really expected to see again suddenly showed up out of the blue and started slaying like they never left. I mean, this is Hilary Duff we're talking about here -- the same woman that's solely responsible for the very existence of Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, and the Jonas Brothers. Her return to pop music after a lengthy self-imposed exile is basically the same as Michael Jackson rising from the dead and dropping a follow-up to Thriller.