Girls Aloud star wants a Tarantino movie role

Sarah Harding

Sarah Harding

They are not the sort of people you would usually put together in a sentence, but Girls Aloud star, Sarah Harding has revealed she would love to work with movie director Quentin Tarantino.

The Kill Bill director is one of the best directors of all time, having directed Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill and Hostel, all of which have been bloody and gruesome.

Harding on the other hand is part of Girls Aloud, a popular girl band with an adoring teenage fan base.

Harding has, however, branched out into acting of late, and revealed that Tarantino is top of her wish list of people to work with on a film.

“He would be right up my street. I’d love to be the Mia character from Pulp Fiction, I love his stuff,” she said.

“I’ve got a feeling I might have to showcase a few more things before he’d even consider me, but that would be an honour.”

Sarah starred in St Trinians in 2007, but doesn’t always want to be “your typical blonde heroine”.

“There’s nothing wrong with getting a bit more down and dirty, and looking a bit more shoddy and roughed up for a role,” she said.

“It’s nice to show off a different side when it comes to your acting and be a bit grittier.

“Ideally I prefer those kind of roles. I’m not averse to comedy or having a laugh but I kind of want to do stuff that’s a bit grittier first.”

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