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Amber Davies reveals that she was afraid that she would never ‘work’ again after 9 to 5: the musical ended

She first made fame on the third series of Love Island, before landing the part of Judy Bernly in 9 to 5: The Musical.

But Amber Davies revealed that she was afraid she would never work again when her time in production ended.

Fortunately, the West End star, 23, played a role in the new musical Bring It On, where the star discussed her new role on Thursday’s Lorraine.

Worry: Amber Davies revealed that she was afraid she would never be back to work when her time in 9 to 5: The musical came to an end

Worry: Amber Davies revealed that she was afraid she would never be back to work when her time in 9 to 5: The musical came to an end

She told the host, 60, that she panicked that after her first success she could not get another theater role.

She said, “I thought as soon as 9 to 5 ended, I thought, was it a one-day fly? Am I going to work again?

“So I went into the new year to think about how this year will look for me? And on January 2, I received the phone call saying “oh you have the job” because I had done the audition earlier. I just thought, oh goodness!

‘And now I feel fine, I am definitely in this industry, I have the feeling that I have my foot in the door.

New role: Fortunately, the West End star, 23, played a role in the new Bring It On musical, while the star discussed her new role on Thursday in Lorraine.

New role: Fortunately, the West End star, 23, played a role in the new Bring It On musical, while the star discussed her new role on Thursday in Lorraine.

New role: Fortunately, the West End star, 23, played a role in the new Bring It On musical, while the star discussed her new role on Thursday in Lorraine.

“I think I have proven that I work hard, I can do eight shows a week and that is really important.”

Amber worked as a dancer and entertainment at the London club Cirque Le Soleil prior to her debut on Love Island.

But after she was immersed in the work of reality TV, she admitted that she felt that something was “missing” in her life.

She added: “I think when I got out of the villa, I was busy with things for a year and it felt like something was missing.

Fears: She told the host, 60, that she panicked that after her first success she could not get a new theater role

Fears: She told the host, 60, that she panicked that after her first success she could not get a new theater role

Fears: She told the host, 60, that she panicked that after her first success she could not get a new theater role

Theater work: She said, “I thought 9 to 5 once ended, I thought, was it a one-day fly?” Am I going to work again? “

“I had trained and worked so hard to get my year-end diploma, I am a workaholic and I am very busy so I am happy to have my foot back in the door.”

Amber will play the role of Campbell in Bring It On, alongside Olympian Louis Smith as Cameron.

Inspired by the 2000 film of the same name, the production displays an original score from the award-winning maker of Hamilton.

Hard work: 'I had trained and worked so hard to get my year-end diploma, I am a workaholic and I like working so I am happy to have my foot back in the door'

Hard work: 'I had trained and worked so hard to get my year-end diploma, I am a workaholic and I like working so I am happy to have my foot back in the door'

Hard work: ‘I had trained and worked so hard to get my year-end diploma, I am a workaholic and I like working so I am happy to have my foot back in the door’

Exciting: Amber said about the new musical: 'I think this show is more my age group [than 9 to 5], it's more of the younger youthful crowd, and there's so much more dancing '

Exciting: Amber said about the new musical: 'I think this show is more my age group [than 9 to 5], it's more of the younger youthful crowd, and there's so much more dancing '

Exciting: Amber said about the new musical: ‘I think this show is more my age group [than 9 to 5], it’s more of the younger youthful crowd, and there’s so much more dancing ‘

Amber told about the new musical: “I think this show is more my age group [than 9 to 5], it’s more of the younger youthful crowd, and there’s so much more dancing. ”

And about her co-star, Louis Smith, she added: “I’m glad I’m in safe hands. I think we are going to hold a one-week workshop – where we will be thrown into the air. “

Elsewhere, after winning the series in 2015, Amber gave her advice to new Love Island participants.

She said: “I think if you have a passion and talent, don’t forget what you worked for before you went inside.

“Your life is changing enormously. It is not a decision that you have to make lightly – you have to think about it. ”

Love Island advice: “Your life is changing enormously. It is not a decision that you have to make lightly – you have to think about it ‘

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