The star had served as a coach for one series of The Voice a year before our interview, and while it wasn’t necessarily a bad experience, she also admitted it wasn’t one she was in a mad rush to repeat.
“I knew that I wanted to have children and I knew that I had to put some money in the bank to do that, and at the time I did it for that reason because I was trying for a baby,” she told HuffPost UK.
“The reality is that for the right price I’d do pretty much most things. But if I’m asked if I really enjoy it and do I want to do it, then I’d rather not. If you see me on it, that means I’m getting a good cheque.”
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LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) -Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson struck a rare Champions League goal to earn his side a 3-2 victory over AC Milan in a rip-roaring Group B opener at a rocking Anfield on Wednesday. Henderson rifled home in the 69th minute to settle an absorbing contest between the two European heavyweights whose only two previous meetings had been in finals. With Anfield welcoming back fans for a Champions League night for the first time in 18 months, Liverpool had threatened to run riot when Fikayo Tomori's own goal handed them an early lead in a barnstorming start.