LilyJean: I can act any role but not nude

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Singer LilyJean who has just ventured into acting has said that although her hunger for fame and success in the movie industry, it does not mean she will go as far as acting nude in a movie.
Lillian who was among the 7 housemates in the Next Movie Star competition also said that she does not regret not winning the contest.
“While in the house I was called ‘Seducte-Moi’ meaning ‘seduce me’. I was always hot on stage so they made me the performer of the house, the seductress and an all round entertainer.”

The Imo State born artiste recalled that her performance in the contest really helped her at the  level she has found herself in the movie world presently, saying that she has been receiving scripts from directors and producers since then.
“Lots of scripts have come from directors and producers and since then I’ve been busy been on movie locations along side roles in few soap operas a as well as gracing red carpet events”
Although acting is taking most her time presently, she still maintains that music is her first love.
Having done tracks like Lebemo, Hold your man tight, I’ve been a bad girl, Scatter my head and recently Blood tonic, with videos for I’ve been Bad Girl and Lebemo out already, she went ahead to announce her break from music to face her movie project.
While Nollywood stars like Tonto Dike are running into the music industry, LilyJean is making her movement in the opposite direction and with her current role in the soap opera, Excalibur as a seductive and attractive bar girl who loves fun and music, there is no doubt she is getting close to playing the controversial roles just like Tonto Dike has been known for.
“I can’t be another Tonto Dikeh, I’m original, unique and never a copycat. I can’t go nude in any movie but I can act any role from a mad woman, beggar to a seductress, from a poor girl to a rich girl and I’m very good in romance as well. I don’t like being controversial because I’m a good girl” she added.

 

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