Actress and singer Hilary Duff said she isn't going to judge teen sensation Miley Cyrus for her photos in Vanity Fair magazine that are causing an uproar. Duff, 20, said being a young star involves finding the balance while still staying in the public eye.
Duff, who was at a press event for her new movie "War Inc.," on Monday said she wasn't going to judge decisions that Cyrus has made.
Duff talked about her own rise from teen star and said she avoided pitfalls by relying on a strong network. She said she relied on help from a lot of people, including her family to keep her life balanced.
Duff did say she would not have chosen to appear in the photos, but said it was Cyrus's choice and if that is what she wanted to do then it was fine for her.
Cyrus, 15, has since expressed regret for the Vanity Fair photo that makes it look like she was naked, but is seen clutching a sheet to her front.
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