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Friday 29 August 2014

Flanagan makes her first pop video

Helen Flanagan is launching a pop career

Helen Flanagan has unveiled her first music video, as she sets out to launch a pop career.

The ex-Corrie star and I'm a Celebrity contestant is now setting her sights on the music industry - she tweeted: "Music video filmed on the 16th June x" with a link to the song.

Called Gorgeous Baby, it features Helen singing lines such as: "My God you're gorgeous baby, and I love you, love you, honey I do. Like a cat on the prowl I will always know your smile and I will never bow down."

The video shows Helen, who recently split from footballer Scott Sinclair, writhing around in the grass, rubbing herself against a tree, swigging from a wine bottle and smoking, and pulling faces at the camera.

She also rolls around a house and skips through its garden wearing skimpy outfits including a nightie and sheer pants.

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