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Dunst defends Blondie role

KirstenDunst.jpgKirsten Dunst has been defending her casting as Deborah Harry in an upcoming film about the singer known as Blondie.

We first heard the news last year when the announcement was made. Then we heard that Michael Gondry might well be directing.

Her comments through Digital Spy are pretty much straight to the point:

"Debbie chose me for this role so anyone who disputes this can take it up with her...I'll work hard on this character because she is the coolest woman of all time."

When the decision was announced there were quite a few negative comments, and a belief that she really didn't look the part, that she wasn't that great an actress, and she might not be able to sing. I'd call that pretty much getting slammed.

However she's pretty adamant she can carry the role, and it appears so is Debbie Harry. What about the audience though, are you convinced?



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