London, June 1 : British actress Celia Imrie is working on her first fiction novel.
The 60-year-old released her autobiography "The Happy Hoofer" in 2011, and she is now branching out as a fiction writer, reports contactmusic. com.
"I'm writing my first novel, set in the south of France, which I'm very excited about. I'm halfway through it now. It's English people who go to live in the south of France thinking they're going to have a sort of new life, which isn't necessarily (the case)," Imrie said on "The One Show". (IANS)
London, May 21 : Singer Leona Lewis says she would prefer to adopt a child in future rather than having any of her own.
"I will definitely adopt children. I'm not sure if I want my own," The Times newspaper quoted Lewis as saying.
The 28-year-old, who rose to fame after winning the third season of "The X Factor" in 2006, credits her mother Maria for giving her a sense of independence, reports contactmusic. com.
"My mum is a hero to me, that's given me a very strong sense of family loyalty to those I trust," she said. (IANS)
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