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Lucy Hale Talks Pretty Little Liars Spin-Off and Where Aria Is Now

Cross your fingers for a cameo!

Lindsay MacDonald

Pretty Little Liars may be in the rearview, but the new spin-off, The Perfectionists, is still on the way.

Freeform has been keeping the details about the spin-off fairly under wraps, but we do know that it will star Sasha Pieterse and Janel Parrish reprising their PLL roles as Allison DiLaurentis and Mona Vanderwaall, respectively. The question on everyone's lips, though, is how many other characters from Pretty Little Liars will be making appearances on the new show.

TV Guide asked Lucy Hale about the possibility of an Aria cameo when the new drama premieres, and while we're keeping our fingers crossed, it doesn't sound like guest starring on The Perfectionists is on her to do list.

"I don't think I will be in the spin-off," Hale told TV Guide. "I will definitely be supporting and watching. I think they're actually going to film in Vancouver, so I might go like stalk the set a little bit."

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Hale is currently filming her new CW show, Life Sentence, in Vancouver, which would make stalking the set incredibly easy. And at least now we know that if we spot Lucy Hale on The Perfectionists set, she's probably just palling around with her friends.

If Hale ever changes her mind and appears on The Perfectionists, she does have a few hopes for where the series would find Aria and Ezra (Ian Harding)."What is Aria up to? You know, probably traveling the world with Ezra. I want to believe that they're still being tormented," Hale jokes.

And while Hale currently has no intention on appearing on the PLL spin-off, she has nothing but great things to say about the project and its stars. "I keep in touch with [creator] Marlene King and Sasha and Janel, who are going to be in the spin-off," Hale says, "I'm thrilled for them. I think that they didn't always necessarily get their moments on the show, and I love both of their characters so much, so I'm very excited and happy that they're going to get to shine and do their thing."