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Angelina Jolie' career inspires Harding

Los Angeles, Dec 29 : Singer Sarah Harding would love to embark on a film career playing ''sexy baddies'' and says actress Angelina Jolie is her career inspiration.


The former Girls Aloud singer has appeared in films including "Run For Your Wife" and "St. Trinians" and is keen to take her action career further, with her sights set on an action role.

''I love a bit of Angelina Jolie kind of kick-ass! I got down to the last two for 'X-Men: First Class', so something like a sexy baddie who's an adrenalin junkie would be good. I'd love to do my own stunts," contactmusic.com quoted Harding as saying.

She is also readying herself to spend some time in Los Angeles in the hope of fulfilling her acting ambitions.

''I'm just meeting and greeting a lot of people at the moment. I'm just putting the feelers out. LA's nice, it's good to get a bit of sunshine but I don't think I could live there full time, but I'm going to go for pilot season," she said

--IANS (Posted on 29-12-2013)

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