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Emilia Clarke’s Game of Thrones body double Rosie Mac sang with James Arthur before Little Mix: The Search

Emilia Clarke’s Game Of Thrones body double Rosie Mac has revealed that she has both written and performed with singer James Arthur before her stint on Little Mix: The Search.

Rosie recently took part in Little Mix’s BBC talent show, where she became part of the mixed vocal group, Jasper Blue.

However last week, the actress and singer announced that the band – consisting of Rosie, Melina Halpin, Liam McHugh and Jordan Smithy – decided to go their separate ways to ‘focus on their own careers’.

Taking to her Instagram story on Thursday, Rosie answered a number of questions from her followers about her life and what she has been up to since the show.

However, one fan in particular wanted to know if it was true that Rosie knew former X Factor winner James.

Sharing a snap of the pair singing together, Rosie teased: ‘Yeah, he’s a good friend, we have wrote some sick songs together #comingsoon.’

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Rosie Mac said she has written some songs with James Arthur (Picture: Rosie Mac)

When Rosie announced that she and Jasper Blue had split, she also teased her fans with her upcoming projects.

‘Where do I start,’ she penned.

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Rosie was Emilia Clarke’s body double in Game of Thrones (Picture: HBO)

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Jasper Blue were the first band eliminated from the show (Picture: BBC)

‘First of all, thank you, all the love, support and just kindness towards me and the band throughout has been surreal and absolutely incredible.

‘We have decided to focus on our own career but still always remaining to be family with Jasper Blue.’

‘I have nothing but love and respect for my amazing team and can’t wait to see how they smash life,’ she continued.

Rosie, who is mum to son Zion, concluded her post by teasing fans with what she has in store.

‘For me, being a single mother, I have to focus and keep going to find the best and most secure future for us,’ she added.

‘I cannot wait to show you my next adventures.

‘I love you all so much, Amores, Rosie Mac.’

Little Mix The Search is available on BBC iPlayer.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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