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Girls Aloud Heading for Small Screen, to Star in New Drama 'The Secret World Of Sam King'

July 17, 2008 (9:29 am) GMT
The fivesome are set to star in a new TV series, titled "The Secret World Of Sam King," which will base its main character on American Idol judge Simon Cowell.

British girl band is invading the small screen. The music act is heading for TV, set to star in a new-developed drama series titled "The Secret World Of Sam King."

The series, created by record label Universal Records, will be shown exclusively to users of teen social networking site Bebo and will base its main character on American Idol judge Simon Cowell. The story of the series will be focused on the early days of the main character, a young boy, in the music business, showing his brilliance at spotting new talents just like Simon did during his youth.

The fivesome; , Sarah Harding, , Kimberley Walsh, and Nicola Roberts are said to be excited to take part on the project.

"They're all really excited - it promises to be a lot of fun. They've made a lot of really cool videos and appeared in the St Trinian's film last year," a friend of the all-girls group told British newspaper the Daily Star. "It's no secret that several of the girls harbour ambitions to get into acting and this will prove a great showcase."

Other famous artists including , soul singer , and are expected to make guest appearances on the show.

The release date of the series has not yet been announced.

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