Michelle Keegan to be the next Bond girl?
'Coronation Street' beauty Michelle Keegan says she's hoping to "do something about" landing herself a job as James Bond's sexy love interest now that she has quit her long-running role as Tina McIntyre.
Michelle Keegan wants to be a Bond girl.
The 'Coronation Street' beauty says she's hoping to "do something about" landing herself a job as James Bond's sexy love interest in the future now she has quit her long-running role as Tina McIntyre.
Commenting on co-star Alan Halsall's claims she would be a great fit for the role, Michelle said: "Alan, ring the producer of 'Bond' and get me in there. Let's do something about it! Alan loves Bond and he sees it; I can't say I see it but I'll take that."
The 26-year-old brunette is set to leave the cobbles next month in a tragic death scene, which sees Tina murdered by a mystery killer, and it seems she is already thinking about a move to the United States to launch her Hollywood film career.
She told Britain's OK! magazine: "If my agent said it's a good idea for me to go then I would. Having said that, I would love to go and live there for a few months."
Michelle also hinted a move to Los Angeles with fiancée Mark Wright, 27, could be on the cards after they tie the knot next year, as the former 'The Only Way Is Essex' star already has work contacts there.
She added: "[Mark's] got a manager there, so he'd probably come with me. I don't know what's going to happen in the future with work - that's what I love about my life the minute."