Duff skyrocketed to stardom as the Disney Channel main character Lizzie McGuire in 2001. Two years later, she released her debut album, Metamorphosisfilled with hits like “So Yesterday” and “Come Clean”.
She hasn’t released a new record since 2015, but her acting career has continued to soar. Rihanna, on the other hand, has remained a staple in the music industry since bursting onto the scene in 2005. The Barbados native has since launched a beauty company and a fashion label, which she maintains between her music tours.
McCartney kicked off his pop star status as a member of the Street of Dreams in 1999. Although the boy band didn’t last long, the exposure boosted the summerland former student’s solo career. In 2003, he released an album with three songs, including “Beautiful Soul”.
The New York native hasn’t forgotten his boy band roots.
“Never say Never!” the singer of “Yours” said We Weekly in May 2020 about a possible group meeting. “Dream Street was so important to me for the building blocks of my life about recording music, singing and dancing, collaborating and working well with others, so yeah. I will never say never, crazier things have happened!”
The music industry produced a handful of artists after the turn of the new millennium – most of whom remained in the industry in some form.
From Nelly Furtado for Shakirathe 2000s artists who dominated MTV have evolved over the past two decades. pink and Taylor Swift have reinvented themselves more than once since their pop star beginnings.
“There are a lot of awkward moments in my MTV reality show,” Simpson said We in June 2018reminiscing your time in 2004 The Ashlee Simpson Show. “But hey, it’s all about putting yourself out there!” She later appeared in Ashlee + Evan With your husband Evan Ross in 2018.
Scroll down and see how the singers have transformed since the early years.