Welcome to Lucy Hale Online, your fansite dedicated to the talented American actress and singer Lucy Hale. You might recognize Lucy for her roles in television series "Privileged", "Pretty Little Liars", "Katy Keene" and movies "Truth or Dare" and "Fantasy Island". Her upcoming projects include "The Hating Game" and "Big Gold Brick". We aim to bring you the latest news and images of Lucy and strive to remain 100% gossip-and-paparazzi-free. Make sure to bookmark us, and check back soon!
(Photos) HBOMax’s “Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin” Screening

A’s back! Lucy attended last night an exclusive screening for HBOMax’s upcoming television series Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, during which she not only showed support to the new generation of Liars but also hosted a panel for the show after the screening. While we have no photos or videos from the panel, we bring you photos from the red carpet where she posed with Bailee Madison.


(Photos) Mytheresa x Loro Cocktail Party

Lucy looked gorgeous in pink as she attended a Cocktail Party hosted by Mytheresa and Loro Piana at Lenny Kravitz-designed The Stanley House this Wednesday (May 18). Our gallery has been updated with photos from the appearance, as well as a portrait taken at the place!


Lucy Hale to star in rom-com “Which Brings Me To You”

Great news coming for all you rom-com fans (me! me!), as Lucy is set to reunite with The Hating Game director Peter Hutchings for Which Brings Me To You, which will be up for sale at Cannes! Lucy is set to play the female lead, Jane, and you’ll be able to read all about it below (courtesy of Deadline).

The Hating Game star Lucy Hale is to reunite with director Peter Hutchings in rom-com Which Brings Me To You.

Mister Smith Entertainment will launch sales at Cannes Market next week on the pic, which will see Pretty Little Liars and Roadkill star Hale play Jane, a freelance journalist, who meets a photographer Will and is immediately drawn to him at a mutual friend’s wedding. After the pair sneak off to hook up in the coat room, all signs point to an empty one-night stand. Instead, over the next 24 hours, they share stories of their most embarrassing sexual encounters, first loves, heartbreak and whirlwind romances, discovering each other through heartwarming, hilarious and sometimes tragic tales.

The pic sees Hale and Hutchings reunite following last year’s The Hating Game for Hulu, which starred Hale and Austin Stowell as two executive assistants forced to work together when their publishing companies are merged. Hale has just finished shooting on The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry and is also exec producing Which Brings Me To You.

Based on the novel by Julianna Baggott and Steve Almond and adapted for the screen by Keith Bunin, the film is produced by BCDF Pictures, with Mister Smith launching global sales next week. Claude Dal Farra and Brian Keady are producing.

Dal Farra said: “We are excited to be working again with Peter and Lucy on what will be a fun and moving adaptation of Steve Almond and Julianna Baggott’s wonderful novel.”

(Photos) Elton John AIDS Foundation’s 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing

The 30th Annual Academy Awards ceremony happened last night in Los Angeles, and Lucy attended the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party, wearing a beautiful Dolce & Gabbana dress! Our gallery has been updated with photos from the party, that you can view by clicking on the link below.


(Photos) The Little Market’s International Women’s Day Luncheon

Lucy attended this Tuesday (March 8) The Little Market’s International Women’s Day Luncheon in Los Angeles, debuting her new haircut. She looks absolutely beautiful, and we’ve added to our gallery photos from the event!


(Photos) Lucy Hale on the Daily Rituals That Make Her Feel “Comfortable”

While promoting her most recent movie Big Gold Brick, Lucy had a Zoom date with Byrdie to talk about her dogs, Elvis and Ethel, what she’s currently reading and her skincare routine! You can read the article below, and find photos from the session taken by Claire Leahy in our gallery!


Lucy Hale is an Alfred Coffee superfan. As soon as she enters the Zoom, I can see the Los Angeles chain’s brightly-colored cardboard sleeve peeking out from the corner of her frame. When I point it out to her, Hale’s face lights up: “They’ll write me little notes on my coffee cup. They know I’m a loyal customer, so they’ll write ‘Have a beautiful day!’ or something.”

With her sunny disposition, it’s not hard to imagine the actress making friends everywhere she goes. In reality, though, Hale considers herself more a creature of comfort. “When I’m in L.A., it’s not unusual for me to not see people or do something for a week,” she says. On a typical day, you’ll find her lounging in the sun on her front porch or curling up with her pups and a good book.

“I just feel lucky I have a place that’s like a sanctuary,” she says. It’s a reasonable attitude coming from someone so accustomed to traveling for film and T.V. shoots. It’s been a busy year in that respect: she lived in London for five months while shooting the AMC+ series Ragdoll, and just a couple of months ago, she spent six weeks in Cape Cod for a film.

Big Gold Brick—in theaters February 25—is more of a blast from the past as it’s the last project Hale filmed before the pandemic. The movie follows the zany, darkly comical saga of 20-something writer Samuel Liston (Emory Cohen) after the enigmatic Floyd Deveraux (Andy Garcia) accidentally hits him with his car. In short order, Floyd hires Samuel to write his autobiography and moves him into his family’s home. Samuel falls in love with Floyd’s daughter, disgraced violin prodigy Lily (Hale). It’s a wild, whimsical ride, but then again, that suits Hale perfectly. “I just love stories, obviously,” she tells me at one point, not too long after rattling off an extensive list of favorite books. “I guess I chose the right career.”

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