Monday, 10 August 2009

There's nothing saintly about Sarah Harding's leather hotpants as she films St Trinian's

It's certainly no standard school uniform.
Sarah Harding pulled on revealing leather hotpants as she returned to the classroom in the new St Trinian's film today.
The micro shorts revealed her long lean legs and svelte figure as she walked around the London set.

With her tousled blonde hair pulled back, and her feet clad in old biker boots, she looked the image of a rebellious rock chick.
Despite being 27, Sarah plays teenage rebel Roxy in St Trinian's 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold.

Sarah also 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.'
Last week Sarah enjoyed a raucous night out with Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts. The two were seen dancing on tables as they helped London club Gilgamesh celebrate its third birthday.

Also on set were 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 star David Tennant as the villainous Pomfrey, who has a 'woman hating secret society, the AD1. He races the St Trinians pupils to find the 'legendary Fritton's gold'.

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