The film was released to mixed reviews from critics.In November 2010 Evans was cast as a regular in the ABC1 Legal Drama television series Crownies and centers around a group of solicitors fresh from law school working for the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution.

Evans performed the theme song for the series third season "No Ordinary Girl" as well as a number of additional tracks that was featured over the course of the season.

Evans completed a solo soundtrack album for the series titled H2O: Just Add Water which was released in March 2011. In August 2010 Evans starred in the Australian Disaster film Arctic Blast which was Evans feature-film debut.

She dated her costar, Angus Mc Laren, who portrays Lewis Mc Cartney between 20.

Evans had an interest in performing since the age of five, when she would perform for family and friends.

She then took up a correspondence course until she turned 15. Following Snobs, Evans joined the cast of the long-running Seven Network soap opera Home and Away.

That same year, Evans had a recurring role on the Nine Network children's series Snobs, which centres on two unlikely friends from two different worlds. Evans has since appeared in other shows such as Comedy Inc., Cops L. She portrayed Matilda Hunter, a privileged teenage girl who is forced to move to the Summer Bay Caravan Park.At the age of seven, Evans' parents enrolled her into dance lessons, which started with ballet and then evolved to jazz and tap.Before working on Home and Away, Evans started high school at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts, but left after two weeks to focus on her acting career.The film follows a solar eclipse that threatens engulf the world in ice and begin a new ice age.Evans portrayed the role of Naomi Tate and was filmed in Tasmania on a budget of million.The same year, she also had the role of Abbie Oakly on the television series, Snobs.