Who Would’ve Guessed That Hilary Duff And RBD Actually United In One Of Rebelde’s Episodes
Back in the early 2000s, most of us were obsessed with all things “Rebelde”. But even some of the biggest fans might have missed this major episode where Hilary Duff made a guest appearance.
If you were obsessed with RBD, then you for sure knew this song:
And if you were also a Hilary Duff fan, then you definitely knew the lyrics to this song:
At the time we thought those words were the ultimate clapback to a loser ex. We were so cool, right? #Cringing…
But do you remember the episode on “Rebelde” when Hilary Duff and the band RBD actually met?
And as you can tell, the members of RBD were pretty stoked to see Hilary Duff.
But Hilary Duff also couldn’t believe that they were the actual band RBD.
Because at the time RBD was HUGE, and anyone – even a global pop star – would be honored to meet them.
But as soon as the group started singing, Hilary Duff knew FOR SURE that this really was the famous band RBD.
They sang the one song that would confirm it was really them.
After taking a picture together, Mía (in classic Mía fashion) tried to snatch Hilary Duff and make her her new best friend. ?
Because if you know Mía, then you should know she’s always trying to make friends with the most popular people.
Check out the full video of their random encounter below:
Soooo random, but so awesome.
Later in an interview, Hilary Duff talked about her experience said she felt honored to be on the show, even though she admits she wasn’t familiar with the band at first.
Who knew these early 2000s pop stars would come together on “Rebelde”?
Oh and check out this little gem:
There’s also a song mix of Hilary Duff’s “Your Little Voice” and Rebelde’s “Tu Dulce Voz.” They should’ve just created an entire mixtape together.
Here’s what Hilary Duff and the women from “Rebelde” look like today.
They’re so grown!!?
In case that didn’t make you feel old enough, take a look at what your crushes from 10 years ago look like now.
Not your high school crushes anymore!
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