Joss Stone promises kiss in lesbian film role
Joss Stone is looking forward to a forthcoming major film role that reportedly sees her indulging in a lesbian kiss.
The singer, 20, has spoken of her excitement at being involved in the British movie Snapper, in which she plays a Red-Coat-style entertainer at a holiday camp.
The script requires the sultry-voiced starlet to perform what she describes as a "long, lingering French kiss" with a woman.
The film also stars 47-year-old actress Caroline Quentin, best known for her roles in Men Behaving Badly and Jonathan Creek.
Stone, who has sold over 10 million albums worldwide, said of the film: "There are things that are going to really push the boundaries - and that excites me."
The singer, who hails from Devon, can currently be seen on screens in a seductive reworking of the Cadbury's Flake television adverts.
She recorded a bluesy version of the famous chocolate jingle.