Charlotte Church: 'I shouldn't have done 'Rear of the Year' contest when I was 16'
Songstress Charlotte Church has opened up about being told to enter a 'Rear of the Year' contest when she was just a teenager and confessed that someone at her record label should have taken a moral stand and put a stop to it.
She posed for Britain's Rear of the Year contest in 2002, when she was just 16-years-old, and told The Times that she wishes someone on her team would have encouraged her to pull out of the competition because it was so inappropriate:
"It was sort of double standards in a certain way, because I did Rear of the Year when I was 16, which was a ridiculous choice, a stupid thing to do but, you know, there was a whole host of people that I was working with who should have said, 'Woah, woah, woah. You shouldn't do this. This is bad. You're 16, for f**k's sake.'"
Over the weekend, the star filmed a new music video in Cardiff and asked her fans to turn up if they were in the area via a post on Facebook: "Yo! People of Caaaaaaardiff! I'm filming a music video this Saturday for my new single 'Little Movements'. I want as many of you beauts in it as possible! I'll be in the city centre from about 2-10pm. Feel free to bring your best dance moves. More info to follow. Loves you!!!"
Watch Church perform 'Nerve' below:
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