The former 'Lizzie McGuire' star doesn't explain the reason behind the delay and the new release date for what will be her first LP in seven years is currently unknown.
Fans will have to wait longer until Hilary Duff officially releases her first album in seven years. The former Disney star recently took to Twitter to announce that the follow-up to 2007's "Dignity" wouldn't arrive in October as it's originally scheduled.
"Guys hate to break this news but the album won't be out in October," she told millions of her followers on the micro-blogging site. "You will have to wait a few more months. Love all the excitement tho."
There's no further word on the delay or when the long-awaited project will finally hit the stores.
Back in July, Duff released "Chasing the Sun" as the lead single off the new album. She later followed it up with "All About You" that came out earlier this month. In addition to these previously-heard tracks, the record will include the singer's collaboration with Ed Sheeran.
"The album is very positive," Duff told Billboard. "It's very up, but it does talk about... there's a song called 'If I Fall', which is about me taking a step back and kind of shutting down my whole business, and everyone not believing in me and me being really scared to be alone after I'd been surrounded by 100 people for five years of my life."