LOST Spoilers - DarkUFO

Update: 18:30 Thanks to everyone for sending in this link from Kristin.

Ah, it's time for another thrilling round of Lost scandal du jour: point and counterpoint...

In case you haven't heard, Zap2It's Korbi is reporting that Lost star Evangeline Lilly has auditioned for fall pilots and that her reps have told TV producers she would be available for a show. And if Lilly were on another show that shot in the fall that would obviously mean a Kate-less season six of Lost.

Unimaginable, right?

Well, we checked, and according to Lilly's publicist, the story is "absolutely false." A relief to be sure—who has the time to brainstorm why Lost and Lilly might be parting ways—but is there more to the story? Maybe a grain of truth in there somewhere? We're still digging, so keep checking back.

Would you even be able to watch Lost if they cut out Kate and her related romantic storylines? Post in the comments.
Source: E!Online

If we're to believe last night's preview of next Wednesday's Lost, it would seem that the long awaited reunion of Sawyer and Kate (also know as "Skate" on these here internets) will soon be upon us. And so, the bitter debate regarding whom Ms. Austen loves more -- him or Jack -- will burn especially bright in the coming week. Will she live happily ever after with the quippy Southern con artist or the stressed out doc? I don't know ... Rumor has it, Kate might not live "ever after" at all.

Solid sources tell me exclusively that Evangeline Lilly is auditioning for pilots ... pilots that are intended to launch this fall. And Ms. Lily's people are apparently saying she will be available. Say wha--??

Yeah, I can't make sense of it either. The notion that Lost producers would kill off Kate -- or have her disappear in any capacity -- before the series' final season seems preposterous. Still, no story development on this show would completely surprise me, as everything is clearly possible in the land of Lost. And the fact is, Lilly seems to be looking for work.

Source: Zap2IT

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