Seeing as I’ve just got home, kicked off my Louboutin’s, wiped away my flame-red lipstick and shimmied out of a black PVC minidress I think I should explain myself before my mother finds out what I’ve been up to. I guess opening the conversation with “I gave a pop star a blowjob in the front seat of his Ferrari” might raise a few eyebrows, but it’s ok because it was for my latest acting role in the sensational new Brit flick Dead Ringer!
From the makers of Dangerous Game, Dead Ringer the movie is a modern day version of The Prince And The Pauper where one man from a poor background ends up taking over another mans life from the entirely opposite end of the spectrum. Jamie Colton -lead singer of tribute act Dive- gets the opportunity to replace the iconic Donny Martin from the boyband group D5 with ever gripping twists and turns. This British film asks the question could one man live in another mans shoes and actually get away with it!? Boyband D5’s star-studded cast include hunky Luke White, DJ Tom Zanetti, singers Jordi Whitworth and Shide Boss and TOWIE’s RickyRayment, along with Eastenders beaut Danielle Harold as the leading lady, sizzling Jessica-Jane Stafford, Tony Fadil, Amar Adatia and a flurry of gorgeous models and exciting cameos. Directed by the incredibly talented Richard Colton this juicy flick is expected to hit cinemas early 2018.
My scene was shot in a gorgeous white Ferrari 458 Spider with Luke White behind the wheel playing Jamie (the poor guy) exploring the riches of (rich guy) 5D’s Donny’s life – confused? Don’t be, he’s playing both leading roles! Ever the perfectionist I took my fiery role very seriously and channeled my inner minx for this epic sports car blowjob scene, much to the amusement of the film crew, cameramen and overhead drones. Although I can’t say I was too impressed with Luke’s choice of boxer shorts which were covered in cheerful little monsters and luckily hidden by my red locks. I guess it’s every guys fantasy to be in that position and an acting role that I didn’t think twice about accepting because life is far too short to be prude and I throughly enjoyed being a part of such a professional, thought-provoking and thrilling film that will undoubtedly speak for itself when it hits the big screen!