Monday, 17 August 2009

Off the rails: Sarah Harding leads St Trinian's cast as hundreds of schoolgirls descend on train station for dancing session

It's not a sight day trippers would expect to see as they arrive for a Sunday out in London.
Hundreds of uniform-clad schoolgirls danced and sang their way across Liverpool Street station yesterday, led on by a mischievous-looking Sarah Harding.
The Girls Aloud star, joined by co-stars Tamsin Egerton and Talulah Riley, caused quite a stir when she led a flash mob during filming for St Trinian's2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold - descending onto the main floor for a dancing extravaganza
Squeezing into an unusual school uniform - leather hotpants and biker boots - the blonde showed off her slim legs as she appeared to be enjoying herself running amok with a group of extras at the London train station.
The energetic singer, who despite being 27 plays teenage rebel Roxy, has slowly been attempting to break into the acting industry.
The routine was reminiscent of a recent TV advert for T-Mobile, which saw hundreds of people break into an impromptu dance routine at the station.
Tamsin, who plays Chelsea in the hit British film, sported a faschinator and knee-length socks, and joined in the fun with Talulah, starring as Annabelle Fritton - who opted for a gothic look in fishnet tights and leather gloves.
Nowhere in sight thought were co-stars Gemma Arterton, Colin Firth, who plays Geoffrey Thwaites, the Education Minister, and Rupert Everett as headmistress of the wayward schoolgirls, Camilla Fritton.
The new film will also stars David Tennatn as the villainous Pomfrey, who has a 'woman hating secret society, the AD1. He races pupils to find the 'legendary Fritton's gold'.

In the latest installment, the scantily-clad pupils hunt for the buried treasure, after they discover that headmistress Miss Fritton is related to pirates.
Sarah had a cameo part in the 2007 movie, which grossed £15million, with her Girls Aloud bandmates.
'I'm working my way into acting gradually - I don't want people to think I'm just swanning in there,' she said recently.
'There is a stigma attached to people who go from singing to acting.

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