As a singer, it takes major gumption to cover Fleetwood Mac, whose irrepressible frontwoman Stevie Nicks boasts one of the most singular and iconic voices of all time. Well, it appears that Hilary Duff didn't get the memo. The 28-year-old polymath just gifted her fans with a complete reimagining of Fleetwood's Mac's 1987 hit "Little Lies," glossing it up with some heavy synths and a throbbing, dance floor-ready beat. And guess what? It totally works.
Duff, whose new series Younger is set to premiere on TV Land in January, was approached by the network to cover a song that would help promote the show. Not only did she choose one of Fleetwood Mac's most recognizable hits, but as Simon Cowell used to say, she totally "made it her own." Girl's fearless. Listen to Hilary Duff take on Fleetwood Mac's "Little Lies," above.