Thursday, 27 August 2009

Watch out day trippers! Speedy Sarah Harding joins the tourists on South Bank

For entertainment value she beats a living statue and a man in a box.
Visitors to London's South Bank got a shock today when Sarah Harding joined the hordes beside the Thames.
And she certainly gave the tourists something to photograph, racing along in her revealing version of a school uniform.

The Girls Aloud singer was filming part of her role in St Trinian's 2: The Legend Of Fritton's Gold.
She and a flock of her co-stars descended on the South Bank, one of London's top tourist destinations.
They leapt over concrete benches filled with tourists, who clicked away with their mobile phones as the stars passed attractions such as the BFI, National Theatre and Hayward Gallery.

Last week Sarah led a flash mob of dancing school girls at Liverpool Street station, as they filmed scenes from the film.
The energetic singer, who despite being 27 plays teenage rebel Roxy, has slowly been attempting to break into the acting industry.
She appeared in the original St Trinian's film with her Girls Aloud bandmates, but now has a starring role in the sequel.
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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