Evangeline Lily: 'I used to fart on passengers while working as air steward'

Evangeline Lily has admitted she used to fart on ‘rude’ passengers while working as an air hostess.

The Marvel actor, 43, who stars in Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, opened up about her time travelling with the world with an airline before becoming a huge star in Lost.

Appearing on The Jonathan Ross Show, which airs on Saturday night, Lily was joined by Danny Dyer, White Lotus star Will Sharpe, comedian Maisie Adam and British model Leomie Anderson, and admitted she was ‘miserable’ during her time as an air hostess.

‘The training’s six weeks. I did it for two months and then I showed up for a flight to Germany without my passport and I was like, “I don’t think this job’s for me” and I quit,’ she told the host.

However, there was one perk, kind of.

‘In the meantime, I’d managed to find a good system for if people weren’t pleasant with me on the plane,’ she continued.

‘When you pass by, you just do a little “crop dusting”, leave a little scent behind for that a***hole to enjoy… I did, I farted on them. What else did I have at my disposal.’


Now she’s working with Hollywood legends, and explained how surreal it is to be starring alongside Michelle Pfeiffer and Michael Douglas in the new Ant-Man movie.

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They’re on such good terms now, she calls them GILFS [Grandparents I’d like to…]

‘There was this day on set, we were doing a scene in a restaurant and we were in a waiting room, so they filmed the waiting room with extras and there were children. I turned to Michael and Michelle and I said, “You know, you guys are real GILFs.”

‘Michael had no idea. He said, “What’s a GILF?”

 Instead of being cool about it, in front of a room full of children I went, “It’s a grandpa I’d like to f***.”

‘And then immediately realised I’d told Michael Douglas I’d like to f*** him, which is not what you should say in front of a bunch of kids, oops!”’

The Jonathan Ross Show airs Saturday at 9.40pm on ITV.

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