NEW SONG CRANKS HILARY DUFF'S FEUD WITH LINDSAY LOHAN UP ANOTHER NOTCH

Published on: October 18, 2004

Coming soon to Broadway: "Hilary Duff vs. Lindsay Lohan: The Musical."

That's the logical next step in the feud that erupted last year when Lohan went ballistic after learning that Duff was dating her ex-boyfriend, singer Aaron Carter.

And the feud has just gotten nastier with a vicious new song.

ON AND ON

In the days and weeks following the feud's beginning there were published reports that:

  • Lohan, 18, poked fun at 17-year-old Duff on "Saturday Night Live."

  • Duff said of Lohan: "Sometimes I feel like I really hate her."

  • Lohan tried to weasel her way into the camera view while Duff was being interviewed for "Entertainment Tonight."

  • Duff tried to get Lohan tossed from the premiere of her film "Cheaper by the Dozen"--and banned from the premiere of her movie "A Cinderella Story."

  • Lohan and Duff scuffled while doing a photo shoot for Vanity Fair magazine.

  • Lohan left snotty messages on Duff's answering machine.

  • Duff hung up a dartboard in her Hollywood apartment with Lohan's face on it.

    FIGHTS BACK

    In the latest flareup, Duff is accused of taking direct aim at Lohan in a song on her self-titled CD.

    The lyrics for "Haters" includes these lines: "You're the queen of superficiality/ Keep your lies out of my reality" and "You say your boyfriend's sweet and kind/But you still got your eyes on mine."