Ladies and gentlemen, it's official: The iconic queen Lizzie McGuire is on Tinder. Hilary Duff confirmed on Valentine in the Morning that she recently joined the dating app after joking around one night with her friends.
While it's true that Hils is a verified A-level star unlike the rest of us plebes swiping left and right hoping for a miracle, she's broken down some of her tips and tricks to living your best Tinder life.
1. Always be dating as many people on Tinder at the same time as possible.
Duff revealed that she's "talking to probably about nine guys right now." Bring your damn A-game, people.
2. The most important thing at first is ~natural chemistry~.
"I think the first thing is obviously looks, which sounds super vain, but that is what you first go for: natural chemistry."
3. You better be damn funny.
"What they say in their profile has to be funny," said Hils. You want to look for "someone who can make you laugh in their profile." Leave your inspirational quotes on Instagram, OK?
4. Say no to shirtless mirror selfies.
"I don't want to see a shirtless, mirror selfie. That is instantly a left."
5. Look like you're a ~fun~ person.
Hils has her eye on "someone who looks like they like to do fun things and someone who can make you laugh in their profile. My profile says: Let's eat pizza. I've had a lot of convos because of that." In short, the answer to everything is pizza.
6. Make sure your first date location has a large bathroom window to crawl out of.
Just in case things go south real quick, Hilary is hopeful that "the bathroom window will be big enough to crawl out." #EscapePlan
7. Pick a casual first date spot.
"We're going bowling, so it can't be too expensive. I like that. I've never dated just a total normie." Hot tip for all normies out there: Skip the $200 dinner-and drinks-combo.
8. Always bring a friend with you in case your date is a serial killer.
On Duff's first date tonight, she plans to bring "some friends" along with her. But honesty is the best policy here. "He knows! I've been totally honest with him about it."
h/t: E! News