Evagaline lily dating the hobit
“I remember filming the pilot in Hawaii and every time I would go out in public thinking to myself, Enjoy your anonymity and these moments when you can sit in a café and have a coffee.Enjoy this, because this will end very soon.” When Lilly received a Golden Globe nomination in 2007, the attention became overwhelming.
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. ’ ” She politely declined, but there are no hard feelings. ’ But the irony of it is, that’s exactly why you’d want to date them—everyone needs something to ground them in their life, and often for public figures, that’s their partner.” Her repeated use of “public figure”—presumably in lieu of the word “famous”—is telling. Because they think, ‘Why would she want to date me?Most actresses would like to be able to walk through a restaurant without getting hit on by a waiter. Last week Lilly arrived in Manhattan to promote The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and while at a midtown steakhouse, the waiter in question stopped her in her tracks. In fact, Lilly says: “Good for him for having the balls to ask. Movie-star looks aside, the 34-year-old actress is about as un-Hollywood as they come.As Lilly tells it, “He said, ‘You are who I think you are, right? Now he has a great party story.” Contrary to what anyone with eyesight might assume, this kind of thing never happens. And that’s likely because she never expected to end up there.