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I want some BIGGER Melon-ies!; STUNNING EASTENDER TAMZIN GETS A LITTLE SECRET OFF HER CHEST...

RACHEL, the bust bar girl in Britain, let's rum away and live in gin for the rest of our lives. Your best customer, Russ (vodka and coke).EASTENDERS stunner Tamzin Outhwaite is one of the biggest stars in soaps - but she's busting to be even BIGGER.

Tamzin, who plays unlucky-in-love barmaid Melanie, reckons her boobs are just too small.

And after being told by her TV bosses to wear tight jumpers to show off her curves, she dreams of being more of a MELON-ie in the Queen Vic bar.

Tamzin, 29 said: "I'd love much more upright, pert boobs - they'd maybe be bigger too."

But she's certain about one thing. "I wouldn't go to a plastic surgeon to achieve them," she said.

Tamzin used to be more upfront. But she lost vital inches during a health kick in her late teens.

She said: "I was quite chunky on my legs and my bum and I had great big boobs.

"But I started to do a lot of dancing and my figure just went because I was toning myself up."

Tamzin, who got her secret off her chest in an interview with Now magazine, added: "I noticed a real difference between the ages of 16 and 22."

Despite her worries, male fans aren't complaining - she was voted the sexiest girl in soaps last year. Neither is her fiance, TV director Marty Benson.

Tamzin revealed that he won her over on holiday in Madagascar on Christmas Day ...with a wooden ring worth 20p.

This is in contrast to flash Ian Beale - whom she dumped hours after their screen wedding even though he'd promised her the earth.

Tamzin said: "I'm not really a diamond person."

-Are you an EastEndaire?

See Page 8ANDY, my clued-up crossword guy, let me put one across you. I'm feeling two down without you. All my love and kisses, Big Rita.
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Author:Marshall, Sharon
Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Feb 13, 2000
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