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Lucy Hale: I like to shock

Published 12/08/2015

Lucy Hale
Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale believes she could blow people's minds by revealing some of her secrets.

The 26-year-old star is best known for playing Aria Montgomery on TV show Pretty Little Liars, with many of her fans surprised when they realise she isn't as young as her student character. According to Lucy, there is a lot more about her which would have her admirers reeling.

"I’m a Gemini so I gotta do things a little differently," she told V magazine.

"They are definitely the craziest of the signs, and what a lot of people don’t know about me is that I do have two sides. I’m very professional and I’m very Type A when it comes to work, but I also have this pretty dark, almost provocative side to me as well. I’m just a petite girl with big eyes that looks really innocent, so they’d definitely be a little shocked to know certain things about me."

As if to prove this, the star appears in a steamy photoshoot to accompany the interview. She's seen flashing her flesh in skimpy underwear and lying seductively on the bed, with the images her way of showing she has grown up.

Freely admitting she wanted to bring "the shock factor" with the shoot, Lucy hinted this is the path she's going to be taken now Pretty Little Liars is wrapping. She has a movie coming up which she can't say much about yet, but will see her taking a new direction.

"There hasn’t been a press release, so I can’t say the title or anything, but I am doing, like, a really cool indie film in October. That’s sort of the direction I want to head in. It’s a little raunchy, so it’ll be exciting," she gushed.

"The fans of the show have sort of grown up with me, so it’s a movie they can watch, but we’ll push the envelope a little bit on it. It’s a movie that’s got a lot of heart, and morals, but the language! I get to drop the f-bomb every other line, which will be fun."

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