Jilly moved to Los Angeles in 2014 to pursue her acting career, which culminated in cameos in Demi Lovato's music video for her hit song "Cool for the Summer" and Kevin Hart's BET series "Real Husbands of Hollywood." The 21-year-old has also released her an EP titled "The Juice." See more of Murray's muse in the gallery above.
One Tree Hill may have ended years ago, but the characters that made up the show still linger in our memories as we hope and pray for a happy reunion one day.
Her full name is Jilly Anais Moor and she's a native Texan who has been in the spotlight since she started ballet at the age of 2, according to her website. RELATED: International tennis star cheers Spurs playoff push, is Spurs center's 'superfan' She began modeling professionally in 2009 and then tried the pageant stage.
She won the Miss Teen Houston title for 2010-2011 in her pageant debut, the site said.
Are you searching for the love of your life, or are you having relationship trouble and you just don’t know who to talk to about it?
Look no further than this soon-to-launch dating site, named Icebrkr, created by SC&I alumnus Kevin Murray ’12.
Through , you will soon have the ability to receive dating advice, profile advice, and explain your dating troubles to an educated and certified dating coach right on your phone.
Users text in their relationship questions and troubles, and Murray uses his knowledge and experience to provide them with accurate and reliable relationship guidance.
The rumors could be fueled by the first-year point guard's recent Snapchat stories.
If Anais isn't taking over his account with selfies, Murray is making her the object of his heart-eye emoji affections.
RELATED: Days after season ends, young Spurs star is back to work at the team facility While Murray is gaining recognition in the basketball world for stepping in for the injured Tony Parker during the playoffs, Anais is more of a heavyweight on social media— scoring more than a million followers on Instagram alone.
However, Anais posted a photo taken at Oracle Arena on May 17, the day after the Golden State Warriors hosted the Spurs for Game 2.