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Hilary Duff Goes Dark For A Synth-Pop Fleetwood Mac Cover

The 'Younger' star wants you to tell her little lies, sweet little lies.

When Fleetwood Mac’s “Little Lies” debuted in August 1987, Hilary Duff wasn’t even born yet. But like most of us millennial music lovers, she became a Fleetwood fan later in life, and now calls them “one of [her] favorite bands of all time.”

So when the “Younger” star was asked to cover Fleetwood’s gently rocking “Little Lies,” she was immediately game. “TV Land called me,” the 28-year-old told People magazine. “They were like, ‘We want you to cover a song for the promos for the second season.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh my God. Yes, of course, I would love to.’”

The result is Duff’s electro-pop spin on the tune, which boasts a throbbing electronic beat, courtesy of producers Alex and Adam Anders, the duo behind the music on “Glee.” Duff describes it as “a little heavier and a little darker,” and she’s right — but it perfectly fits the tone of “Younger” with its haunting hook: “Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies.” After all, this IS a show about deceiving people with your age… a sweet lie, indeed.

Check out Duff’s cover below and catch the second season of “Younger” when it premieres Jan. 13 on TV Land.