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Sunday 28 December 2014

Hadland drove cast mad with song

Sarah Hadland stars in The Job Lot
Sarah Hadland stars in The Job Lot

Sarah Hadland has said she and new co-star Russell Tovey drove the rest of The Job Lot's cast mad by singing a Chitty Chitty Bang Bang song.

The Miranda star, who will be appearing in the new ITV comedy, told The Sun she didn't think she was too popular with the rest of the cast.

She said: "Russell and I drove everyone mad by singing Old Bamboo after every scene.

"We thought it was hilarious but I'm not sure everyone else did. If we weren't driving people mad by singing we were dancing to JLS songs."

Sarah, 42, plays boss Trish in the new comedy about a job centre.

Life's Too Short actress Jo Enright plays another of the show's characters.

Sarah said of filming: "Jo Enright being humped by a dog was a personal highlight for me - although that came back to haunt me as I also got humped by a dog whilst filming the final episode."

Waterloo Road actress Sarah said she was pleased to be offered such a different part in the upcoming series.

She said: "I was reading lots of scripts and was getting lots of naggy wife, sister, best friend roles and the script for The Job Lot and character of Trish really stood out to me. All the characters seemed really interesting and the women were particularly well written which doesn't happen very often."

The Job Lot starts on ITV on Monday April 29 at 9.30pm.

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