Duff Sisters Take their Act to the Big Screen
August 11, 2006

Hilary and Haylie Duff play a pair of rich siblings who suddenly go broke in their new film, "Material Girls," but the pop princesses had a true-life confession just for "Extra": they're no material girls.

"Maybe a little bit with shopping," Haylie admitted. "But not the way we act toward people and treat people."

Hilary and Haylie also revealed the secret inspiration for their new big screen roles: Madonna. The pair even sings their own version of Madonna's signature hit for the movie's soundtrack.

"Material Girls" marks the star sisters' transition from teenagers to women. But Hilary, who turns 20 next month, and Haylie, 22, are determined to preserve their wholesome girl-next-door image.

"I think that's something important to us," Haylie said. "To be an example for girls."

Then there's the question of boyfriends. "Oh yeah, my new boyfriend is Andy Dick," Hilary joked. "And mine is David Spade," Haylie said. "That's what we decided this week."

"Material girls" hits theaters August 25.


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