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Probably my maddest shoot ever! SIX in the City.

Byline: AMANDA HARRINGTO

LAST week was my calendar shoot for the army, probably the maddest shoot I have ever done!

When we turned up to a big hut in the middle of nowhere, all we could see were weapons everywhere. I was starting to get scared, although they assured us nothing was loaded.

There were also two police officers there because there was over pounds 500,000worthof machinery. For every shot we wore gun belts, helmets and what ever weapon suited the back drop. We had bikinis on of course!

One back drop was a giant Union flag, where we just had a bikini on and a bow tie, holding silencers. It was a bit like Charlie's Angels.

I was fascinated by everything and found it really interesting learning about all the different machinery and which was used for what!

The reason for the shoot was a calendar to raise money for all the families who have lost men and women in the war. Next month there is a big boxing event which all the army, Marines and RAF attend. We will also be there to sign calendars for all the troops, but that's not all we will be doing on the day. From 8amwehave been asked to do lots of activities to raise money, including rally car racing and machine gun shooting on a shooting range.

I can't believe I have also agreed to do a sky dive out of an aeroplane - what was I thinking ? On the day I was like 'yeah, I'll do it' but now it's only three weeks away I'm terrified.

Also, from Monday, I will start filming for the BBC for a six-week documentary about my modelling agency. The series will be aired around March next year so just in case anyone sees me any where with a film crew, at Sainsbury's or running round the park, that's what it's for.

This week I'm loving:

My Pout lip gloss. Little miniature ones on a keyring for your bagare so cute.

Fringes - I've had mine for a few weeks now and I'm keeping it for the winter.

Sushi - I can't stop eating those little boxes from Marks & Spencer.

Geisha on Myrtle Street - I went again last night, I love it.

This week I'm hating:

The Nolita No Anorexia advert - I'm sure it's putting the message across but I think it's gone a bit too far.

Britney Spears - not sure what's up with that girl, losing her kids then going shopping. She needs help.

I felt like one of Charlie's Angels
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 11, 2007
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