The former Lost star was happy to pose for pictures in her monochrome Halston Heritage gown, proudly cradling her growing tummy in her hands so there could be no doubt about her pregnancy.
She chatted about baby number two with reporters, explaining the new arrival is her only real plan for the summer and she doesn’t want to know the tot’s gender. I don't even know what the gender is, let alone what its facial structure looks like," she laughed.
As the secrecy campaign prevented the auditioning actors from accessing the full script, forcing them to read short scenes and only know the basic premise of people surviving a plane crash on a tropical island – which reminded Lilly of The Blue Lagoon – she thought Lost would "at best be a mediocre TV show".
Palmer and Rice, a running back for the Baltimore Ravens, were arguing as the doors slid shut.Writer and co-creator Damon Lindelof said that he and executive producer and co-creator J. Abrams "were fast-forwarding through a tape, and he saw her and said, 'That's the girl.'" It was one of the top shows on ABC's primetime schedule during its run, won a Golden Globe and 11 Prime Time Emmy Awards including best drama in 2005, and was ranked the top-rated TV show of the decade by IMDb.Evangeline was voted one of People Magazine's '50 Most Beautiful People'.She eventually called and the agency landed her several roles in commercials and non-speaking parts in the TV shows Smallville and Kingdom Hospital.Lilly was encouraged to audition for Lost by a friend and she did not expect to get cast.In 2009, for example, he took the call that led to TMZ’s breaking the news that Chris Brown had physically assaulted Rihanna.