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Teen queen Hilary Duff set the internet world alight earlier today when she hinted that her new "Hilary Duff World" - slated to burst onto AOL's kiddies service KOL next Monday - might contain some rather unexpected material.

The 18-year-old star declared: "I'm going to do a lot of things that feel more personal with the kids. I'll keep them updated with what's going on in my life, touring, music, movies and filming. I might even do something with my dog. You can do anything you want now with the internet."

Well, we don't know about you, but we're prepared to pay good money for this kind of entertainment. For the record, Hilary's pet pooch Lola is a Chihuahua. No - don't even think about it and get straight back to work. ®

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