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Thursday 23 October 2014

Diana Vickers signs up for sitcom

Diana Vickers wil star in a new sitcom

Diana Vickers has landed her first TV acting role in a new sitcom.

The X Factor semi-finalist will feature in a new comedy on Sky Living about a group of promotions girls, The Sun reported.

Diana, who had a number one single in 2010, told the newspaper: "I'm so excited about doing my first comedy show. It's different from any acting I've done before.

"The script is hilarious - I was laughing my head off just reading it. The rest of the cast are great, we all have really good chemistry.

"I can't wait to get in front of the camera and start filming."

Diana, who starred in a West End production of The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice in 2009, will feature alongside Him And Her's Kerry Howard and former EastEnders actress Tracy-Ann Oberman in the six-part series, Give Out Girls.

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