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 Interview Nicola

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MessageSujet: Interview Nicola   Lun 12 Nov - 22:09

On the DVD, you advise people not to buy jeans without pockets on the bum. why’s that?
Because
they make your bum look long, flat and awful. It takes a long time to
find a pair of jeans that fit you properly, especially for us, when we
have to wear them on stage. We once found some perfect jeans but they
didn’t have pockets on. They looked ugly as sin from the back so I made
the stylist sew pockets on them. The jeans looked so much nicer. It
makes all the difference. If a woman wants shape to her bum she needs
pockets on her jeans. Style is so individual but if it’s such a drastic
thing as people wearing ugly jeans, it’s nice to be able to advise them
on what to do.

What’s the worst thing you’ve had to wear since you’ve been in Girls Aloud?
The
silver outfits we wore for No Good Advice made us look like we’d been
beamed down from space. I hated the Jump outfits too. They were
basketball-themed thing with these horrible boots.

What about the PVC catsuits?
People
took those pictures the wrong way. They were for the Sexy! No No No
video and were supposed to be a blank canvas which would contrast with
these huge red dresses we were wearing. The catsuits were awful to put
on. We had to put lubricant all over our bodies and it felt like we
were swimming around in the suit, it was disgusting. It worked on the
video though.

Have any of the outfits been so good you’ve kept them afterwards?
The
videos are seen so much you can’t wear the outfits later. People say:
‘That’s what she wore in the video.’ It’s a bit skanky. We keep our
costumes as memorabilia though, so when we get older we can show our
kids, just for nostalgia.

You kept a dignified silence during the feud between Girls Aloud and Lily Allen, why?
Because
I know what can happen when you open your mouth. Sometimes it’s not
worth it. You just have to think it’s silly and pathetic and I’m not
going to rise to it. But when someone says something so nasty and
uncalled for [Lily called Nicola ugly] then you really want to jump in.
I was really tempted to say something back but decided she wasn’t worth
it. It would have just kept the story going.

If you took over the world what changes would you make?
I’d
sack Gordon Brown to start with. He needs a good old shake-up. We need
someone else to take lead of the country and sort it out because it’s a
bit of a mess. We need more laws. People are running around and
shooting people and getting away with it and that needs to stop.

What's the most ridiculous promotional thing you've done?
What's
the most ridiculous promotional thing you've done? We were on a hidden
camera thing for Ant and Dec. We used to do four TV performances a day
so by the end we'd roll up, get hair and make-up and go on without
thinking about it. We went to one place and was told by our TV person
that it was for the God Channel. She said if we did it we'd get the
Lottery for some reason. We totally bought in and we went into the
studio and there were 70 nuns there. We were stunned. We couldn't
believe we were expected to perform this song to an audience full of
nuns. After 10 minutes though we realised it was Ant and Dec but it was
terrifying at first. We were begging not to do it.

Did Geri give you any helpful advice when you were all on Popstars: The Rivals?
Not
really. She said don't believe what you read in the papers and have fun
but that was about it. No one said 'this is the way it is'. We had to
learn by ourselves. We made mistakes but don't regret anything, it all
worked out for us.



What's your favourite Girls Aloud song?
I
really love Sexy! No No No and Call the Shots becasue it's new. It's
fresh to sing and a bit more of a challenge. When you've done the same
routine for five years it's nice to do new things. Songs like Sound of
the Underground are second nature so you don't have to think about them.



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