Another beloved early '00s Disney Channel series is getting a reboot.
Lizzie McGuire was a classic coming-of-age show depicting the lives of awkward 13-year-old besties Lizzie, Miranda, and Gordo. The two seasons and spin-off movie have remained mainstays in early '00s pop culture.
In the upcoming Disney+ reboot, Lizzie is 30 years old and living in Brooklyn working as an apprentice to a famous interior designer. Of course, Hilary Duff is back on as the titular character, but no other actors have confirmed their involvement as of yet.
The weekend was a blur for the former child star as she spoke at various press junkets about the upcoming series.
McGuire told Good Morning America that the show meant everything to her, and was obviously what started her career. The 31-year-old kept it coy about what more to expect from the series, but did let fans know they should expect to be satisfied. "There's a lot of surprises in store, and I think everyone's dreams are going to be fulfilled," Duff said.
The mom of two was absolutely beaming, and clearly excited about the revival.
Duff did point out in a red carpet interview with ET that she's a mom first, and needs to keep her family as a priority. But the busy working actor will continue to star in TV Land's Younger and begin filming the reboot soon.
"I think it's going to be a little challenging, you know, Mom is my number one role in life, so I'm a little worried. But, we're going to make it all happen... I'll just keep juggling it," Duff said.
It's been so long since Duff has played the part, she also revealed that she needs to relearn all of Lizzie's dramatic, iconic facial expressions.