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Susan Boyle's steamy big screen kiss

2013-07-02 21:57
 
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Los Angeles - Susan Boyle is set for a big screen kiss in her forthcoming film The Christmas Candle.

The 52-year-old singer - who makes her film debut as church warden's wife Eleanor Hopewell in the new movie - will be seen locking lips with on-screen husband James Cosmo and the singleton reveals she “wasn't complaining” about the steamy scene.

She said: “I have my very first husband - which is very exciting. It's been a long wait. I had to kiss him, too, as we had a kissing scene. It was my first on-screen kiss. It was lovely.

“I didn't know about the kissing scene when I signed up, but I wasn't complaining. I won't take this any further in case I embarrass him.”

The on-screen smooch has got Boyle thinking about her own love life and inspired her to search for a partner of her own so she can settle into a relationship.

She told The Sun newspaper: “I want to find a man but it's hard with all the travelling I do. I really want to start going on dates and I've asked my friends to set me up with a good man - if they can find one. I'd like to settle down one day.”

Boyle initially only signed up to work on the film's soundtrack but was given a bigger role as producers were impressed with her acting ability.
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