Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh has told a magazine that she hopes to become less famous one day, and that she’d never meant to get famous in the first place.
Bizarre really, considering she entered a talent contest, where most people go to get famous.
The singer took part in TV talent show Popstars:The Rivals, the predecessor of the X Factor, and went on to win the show in 2002, alongside Cheryl Cole, Sarah Harding, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts.
The group, Girls Aloud, are now one of the biggest Girl Bands in the country and have had phenomenal success in the the charts.
Walsh, however, wants it all to fade away, and would love to be able to walk down the street without being recognised.
She told Cosmopolitan magazine, “Bring on that day – it doesn’t bother me at all. I genuinely never ever got in it for the fame. When I was growing up, things were different from how they are now. I always just loved singing. But that’s what I love to do so that’s why I got into this industry.
“I’m not one who feels the need for adoration. No matter what way you look at it, it’s a privileged job. How can I moan about things that come with it? I can’t.”