Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Nixon: Less sex for Josie please!

Kimberley Nixon joked that she would like fewer sex scenes

Fresh Meat's Kimberley Nixon has revealed that she would like to return for a third series - but would prefer less sex on screen.

The 27-year-old's character Josie admitted she would be transferring to Cardiff University at the end of the second season of the Channel 4 show, leaving her romance with on-off love interest Kingsley (Joe Thomas) up in the air.

Speaking about her hopes for the forthcoming series, she said: "Two things for me definitely: one, that I come back because at the end of series two, I go to Cardiff. So I don't know how they're going to get me back.

"And two, a little bit less humping. Just slightly less," she joked.

Kimberley, who hosted a workshop alongside co-stars Greg McHugh (Howard) and Charlotte Ritchie (Oregon) with aspiring writers and actors at the Glasgow Youth Film Festival, was "flattered" when she heard that Josie and Kingsley are like the new Ross and Rachel from Friends - the characters played by Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer.

"Ross and Rachel were one of the biggest romances in a comedy ever so any sort of comparison like that is flattering," she added.

Charlotte hoped that there would be some exciting location shoots for her alter-ego Oregon and housemate Vod (Zawe Ashton).

"Oregon and Vod go off to South America so I'm hoping and assuming there will be some shots of us on the beach in South America, in the Amazon, up mountains. I'm waiting for them to get in touch about when we're filming those," she said.

The third series of Fresh Meat, created by Peep Show's Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain, is expected to premiere in the autumn.

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