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Before you lost the baby, what would you say was the most difficult part of playing Adrian up to this point, the most challenging storyline per se?
Francia Raisa: The most challenging storyline I think was when I looking for my father, and I found him and I went to meet him and he rejected me. I had never been through that and I know that’s happened unfortunately in some people’s lives, and trying to put myself in that position and play that character was tough.
So, yes, that sold me, and that’s how I prepared for it, and the song that they added in the video I had on my i Pod and I just listened to it over and over again. I always tell people that my character sometimes bleeds into my life.
The flashbacks of that baby just sticks and came back into my head every time they called action. On one hand she is resident bad girl, and on the other, she has high grades. I am very similar to her in the fact that I am very sassy and I can have my little attitude sometimes.
I mean, you know when the two people that are suppose to love you and be there for you when you’re first born, when you first come out of the womb, are your mom and dad.
So to be rejected from that and broken from that, it can be very difficult.
In 2008, she shot a lead role in Spanish horror film ASD: A Soul Disowned (formerly called Underground) and was the female lead in ABC Family's original movie The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream.
Ken Baumann: Well, regardless at the very beginning before this event, it’s a pretty tricky situation, but I would say that it both kind of settles any disputes or conflicts they have just temporarily because everyone kind of bonds together in grief, paradoxically enough.WE LOVE SOAPS TV: If you could both go back to 2008 when SECRET LIFE first began, what advice would you give your younger self? I would say, as a human being, I would tell myself to tell Daren Kagasoff to stop buying sneakers because he has a problem, and then as an actor performing on Secret Life, I don’t know. It’s been a really kind of a wonderful journey, and I’d really gotten to know and bond with all my cast mates, and everybody is great and I love them all, and you know, just kind of a large one big happy family. I’ve really no advice I’d give myself except prepare for all the emotional drama that’s coming. I’m obsessed with GREY'S ANATOMY and DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, and like most ABC shows and soapy, oh gosh, I watch a lot of Spanish soap operas, that’s my guilty pleasure. ” She’s like, “I’m not sure yet.” So she kept beating around the bush saying she wasn’t sure, she was sure, and then I read the script, and then I was, “Oh, my gosh.” I just started crying when I read it because I had been carrying this, you know it’s fake, but I’ve been seeing myself with a pregnant belly for, I don’t know how many months, and then all of a sudden it’s gone, and there’s no result coming from it. So you feel lucky to be able to portray that, and give those people, who had the unfortunate experience, give them some representation, make them feel like they’re thought of, too.WE LOVE SOAPS TV: Do each of you have a soapy, sort of guilty pleasure television show that you like to watch on a regular basis? Ken Baumann: You know, I watched the first two seasons of JERSEY SHORE and then I kind of got over it, but I’ve got to say, now, I am obsessed with BREAKING BAD. I kept asking when am I going to do it, when is it finally coming. Can you talk about how the loss of Adrian’s baby affects your characters? But at the same time, it takes an emotional toll on you.But like I said, when things get tough, she just likes to be alone.But Ben, you know how his character is, and he does everything he can to be there for her.