Lost beauty Evangeline Lilly has vowed TV superstardom will not stop her from taking part in missionary work. The 26-year-old Canadian refuses to get used to the wealth and glamour of Hollywood, knowing millions of people in developing countries struggle to live on a daily basis. She says, "I spent a month in Rwanda last summer as a way of bringing myself back down to reality. "I was welcomed into the homes of people who were living with their families in cement and dirt holes in walls. But they were smiling and welcoming me. "It's about keeping Hollywood in perspective. I never want to believe the world of five-star hotels and chauffeur-driven cars is normal. "I think every girl dreams of being a superstar or a model but I grew out of that by 16. "By the time I was 18 I did my first mission trip and decided I wanted to give my life over to that."
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