Sunday, February 22, 2009

I Have a Legitimate Reason For This

And Bumped.

Update: Welcome, RS McCain readers. I don't add these links for just anyone.

In an effort to fulfill that rule number 5. Besides, someone has to do take this upon themselves. It may as well be me.

She is currently staring in 'LOST', the best TV show on right now.
Doing the much needed background reasearch of Ms. Evangeline, I found this.

Evangeline Lilly (b. 1979) became famous virtually overnight when she was cast in the lead role of Kate Austen on the hit television series Lost in 2004.

Known for her Christian moral standards and often-colorful language, tomboy antics and much-admired feminine figure, the Canadian actress admits she is a walking paradox.
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Evangeline Lilly has not often discussed her religious beliefs in interviews — perhaps because she has not been asked. Generally, though, both Lilly herself and her colleagues refer to her as a Christian and a Lost producer reports that she carries a Bible with her at all time
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Potty mouth notwithstanding, Evangeline Lilly has deep religious and moral principles that she still struggles to uphold while pursuing a career she loves. Her solution has been to regard her newfound fame as a tool that she can use to make a difference in the world.
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In interviews, Lilly continually emphasizes her tomboy characteristics and her anti-starlet behavior. She says she tries make her image in photo shoots "portray strength or intelligence. I try not to be the sweet girl with perky boobs and make-up, because I'm not." She insists, "I really don't want to be mysterious. Women in this business are expected to put forth a poised and perfect persona. I want people to see that I'm an ordinary-Joe girl. I blow my nose after work, I drool in my sleep and my shit stinks."
The article is a little bit old but gave me a good excuse to do a babe blog. Now, back to the real news of the world.


  1. Babe-blogging is good...

    Keep it up.

    (Visiting via R.S. McCain's.)

  2. Just thought I'd share my "#5"...

    Eva Longoria Parker Helps Test Rule No. 5