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DOMINIC AND EVANGELINE ARE LOST IN LOVE -- AND SET TO WED
February 09, 2006
Provided by: National Enquirer Online


By MICHAEL GLYNN

Lost is planning a blockbuster season finale this year — the real-life wedding of cast members Dominic Monaghan and Evangeline Lilly. Show insiders reveal that the intensely private couple — who recently went public with their romance — will wed in Hawaii when the series wraps this spring.

Dominic is said to be organizing the late April/early May nuptials, which will include guests from the casts of Lost and his film Lord Of The Rings.

Sources say it will take place overlooking his favorite surf spot on Oahu and will feature music by John Lennon. And, according to insiders, Dominic, 29, and Evangeline, 26, are planning on having a few children of their own and then adopting several more — just like Brad and Angelina.

Dominic — who plays heroin-addicted rock star Charlie on the hit ABC drama — is usually tight-lipped about his 18-month relationship with Evangeline, who plays fugitive Kate. But he recently described his love for her by borrowing a quote from John Lennon. Dominic said: "When love is in your life, you feel like you are on the right track."

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