Hilary Duff recreates her viral anti-bullying PSA from 14 years in the past


Hilary Duff is making outdated content material new once more. The singer and actress has recreated her anti-gay bullying PSA from 14 years in the past.

In a video shared to her TikTok web page, she is with Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying and his fiancé, Mark Manio. All of them play youngsters attempting on tops in a clothes retailer, as Duff colleges them on not utilizing the phrase “gay” in a derogatory method.

“Do you like this top?” Hoying asks. “It’s so gay,” Manio replies, including, “Yeah, it’s totally gay.”

Duff then interrupts to inform them that’s not how the phrase needs to be used.

“You know, you really shouldn’t say that,” Duff lip-synchs over her personal phrases from the 2008 PSA.

“Say what?” Hoying asks.

Duff continues: “Well, saying that something’s gay when you mean it’s bad, it’s insulting. What if every time something was bad, everybody said, ‘That’s so girl wearing a skirt as a top.’”

“Those are cute jeans though,’” she provides.

Duff then tells viewers, “When you say, ‘That’s so gay,’ do you realize what you say? Knock it off.’”

The unique PSA went viral again in 2008. Duff filmed it for the Homosexual, Lesbian, and Straight Schooling Community’s (GLSEN) marketing campaign to coach folks on using the phrase.

See the unique PSA right here.