Lucy's house was once broken into while she was home.
When she was 14, Lucy broke her fibula jumping on a trampoline
Lucy's first movie role that she did not have to audition for was for the 2009 film Fear Island with Haylie Duff.
Lucy was the covergirl on the Feb/Mar 2012 issue of Maniac Magazine.
Lucy was named one of Cosmopolitan's Fun Fearless Females of 2012.
Lucy attended the 2012 People's Choice Awards.
According to Lucy, the best thing about her show Privileged is that its really funny and that is indeed one of the things that attracted her towards her role of Rose Baker on the show.
Lucy considers Rihanna to be her inspiration.
In 2008, Lucy resides in South California.
Lucy was home-schooled.
Lucy is left-handed.
In the year 2008, Lucy was ranked among in Fresno Bee's list of "10 Actors to Watch".
Lucy made her feature film debut in the year 2008 in the movie The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2.
Her lucky number is 2003. It's her number in the American Juniors competition. It was also the year when she won.
Celebrities - Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, Ashton Kutcher
Stores - Wet Seal, Forever 21 and Abercrombie
Celebrity Judge in American Juniors - Monica
Books - Speak and Go Ask Alice and The Lovely Bones
Sports Team - Tennessee Vols
TV Show - American Idol and Friends
Movie - Billy Madison
Color - pink
The first place she ever performed was at a competition at a hotel in Memphis when she was eight.
Lucy's two favorite songs from American Junior's self-titled album are "True Colors" and "Unstoppable".
Lucy is addicted to the show The OC, which she has guest starred on.
Lucy hates ferris wheels. She loves roller coasters.
Lucys says that if she could be in a band for one day she would pick Destiny's Child.
Lucy started voice lessons when she was nine years old.
Lucy's mom's name is Julie Hale. The youngest of three, she has a sister, Maggie and a step-brother, Wes.
While in school she quit choir to join the art club.
Lucy's biggest fears are flying, snakes and spiders.
Lucy's pets are Bentley a Yorkie and a German Shepard. Bentley was a gift from her parents for her 15th birthday.
She is 5 feet two inches (1.57 metres) tall.
Lucy sang the 1980s hit "Call Me" on American Juniors, which was the performance that got her into the group.
She is the fourth and oldest member of the American Juniors.
Lucy: (to young actors) Just make sure it's really what you want to do. There are a lot of people who say they want to become actors but it's a lot more pressure than some people can handle! Just make sure your heart is in to it and that you're not going to let anything tear you down! If it's not what you really love, then it's not worth it.
Lucy: (on acting) It's really neat to get inside someone else's head and be someone else for a little bit. I also love working with different actors. The worst part...rejection isn't fun but it comes with the territory.
Lucy: (on furthering her music career) I would like to, but as I mentioned before, it's all about timing. When I want to make my own music, I want to be completely involved. I want to make sure I know exactly what I want to do and I'm sorting that out and finding my sound. I love country music. I think I would want to make a country album, maybe.
Lucy: (comparing herself with her 'Travelling Pants' character Effie) Effie's really outgoing. We have similar personalities but Effie's a lot younger than I am and I feel that I understand things better than her. We're both bubbly and boy crazy! There are definitely similarities!
Lucy: (on which celebs are her favorite) I really liked Michelle Ryan! She was really sweet and really down to earth! She's been in this acting world for a while so she gave me advice. I also met Tom Hanks once! That was the only time I got star struck!
Lucy: (on being a fan of the fantasy genre) It's fun to pretend you're a little kid, you get to use your imagination and live in a world that's not real.
Lucy: (on how she sees herself in 10 years; 2008 interview) Basically I just want to make movies and maybe even produce TV later down the line, do some writing, maybe a tour with my music. And start a family! That's really important to me.
Lucy: I have always sang…ever since I could talk. I actually started taking it seriously when I was 8 years old. Since, then I have always wanted to be a star!
Lucy: (on her character in "Bionic Woman") Becca, yeah, they just wanted her to be a little more typical teenager. They just wanted it to be a little lighter. My character, she's kind of witty, she kind of brings humor into some situations.
Lucy: There is nothing else that I would rather do than sing. I have such a great passion for it. Even if I don't become successful or famous I am still going to continue singing.
Lucy: (about the most exciting aspect of her experiences so far) I just love the thrill of performing on stage. I believe that singing is something I was put here to do.