Lizzie McGuire Reunion: Beloved Disney Show Slated For Return? Star Hilary Duff Says She’d Be ‘Totally Open’ To Seeing Everyone ’10 Years Later’ [VIDEO]

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Several classic shows from the 90s and early 2000s keep causing buzz with rumors they may begin airing reunion specials, and Disney could soon revive one of its classic physical comedies that turned Hilary Duff into a big star.

Though nothing has officially been announced, Duff recently revealed she'd be very open to the idea of a Lizzie McGuire reunion, ten years after the show ended its three-year run on the Disney Channel.

In an interview with The Huffington Post, the 26-year-old mother revealed that if fans would pay to see how her famous character ended up then she would be on board with the idea of a reunion show.

"I love it! I would totally be open to it. My schedule is a little busy right now. But um...why not?" she said during the September 20 interview. "I mean, so many people loved her. I loved her. Honestly, working on that show, I got so strong with my physical comedy and all the things that they would throw at me. I got covered in goo every week, and I got, like, smashed in the face with a locker every single week. And all this, I mean it was a really, really fun show. And obviously people really loved her. Maybe a 'Lizzie: Where Are You Now?' like 10 years later."

If Disney did consider a reunion show or revival for the series, it would be the second the channel has successfully aired. Girl Meets World, which chronicled the adult lives of Boy Meets World's Cory and Topanga as they raised their own child, debuted on the channel over the summer, and has been picked up for a second season.

Another revival reportedly in the works is one of the classic 90s show Full House, though no official word of an airdate has been released.

Lizzie McGuire was on Disney from 2001-2004, and featured live-action sequences with Duff and her co-stars, as well as an animated version of her character giving some voice-overs and somewhat narrating the action via her inner thoughts. It won two Kid's Choice Awards for favorite TV show during its run, but wasn't continued by Disney Channel after it fulfilled its initial 65-episode order following disagreements with Duff's representatives over the future of the show.

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