Lucy Hale appeared in 2003 in the reality show American Juniors and took part in a vocal quintet formed by the top 5 finalists. She made some special appearances on shows like Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, Drake & Josh, The O.c., Ruby & The Rockits and How I Met Your Mother, Private Practice and CSI: Miami. In The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 she played the younger sister of Lena, Effie. She also participated in the Bionic Woman series for eight episodes because for a few audience of the last episodes, the series was canceled.
Hale has appeared in two episodes of the Disney show Wizards of Waverly Place, opposite David Henrie and Selena Gomez, with the role of Miranda Hampson, gothic girlfriend of Justin Russo. She also took part in the Privileged TV show, where hse had the role of one of the twins Baker with Joanna García, for the entire first season consists of 18 episodes, but after a pause, the network The CW has decided to suspend the show without giving it a final, in fact, the eighteenth episode ends with the words Continue.
She starred in the film for television Sorority Wars broadcast for the first time in the US on October 17, 2009. In December of that year she landed the role of Aria Montgomery in the TV series Pretty Little Liars alongside Shay Mitchell, based on the homonymous book series of Sara Shepard. She also played a leading role in the movie A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song. In 2013 she was chosen as host of the Teen Choice Awards with actor Darren Criss.
Lucy described the music as her “first love”. His early musical influences were Shania Twain and Faith Hill. She recorded some songs for A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song. On June 12th it was announced that she signed a contract with Hollywood Records. The first single, You Sound Good to Me, she was released January 7, 2014 together with the corresponding video clip, directed and shot by Philip Andelman.