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Sienna Miller burnt her cleavage while filming her new movie



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Sienna Miller burnt her cleavage while filming her new movie

Sienna Miller burnt her cleavage while filming her new movie

Sienna Miller burnt her cleavage while filming her new movie.

The actress – who plays femme fatal The Baroness in ‘G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra’ – suffered the embarrassing incident after getting too near to a controlled explosion.

She said: “Luckily it wasn't my breasts, it was the bit in-between. It got a bit burnt when an explosion got a bit close.”

The blonde beauty also revealed she hated wearing her character’s black leather catsuit.

She said: “I won't be wearing one again. Squeezing myself into that with the aid of talcum powder every day for five months was more than enough. I could barely move in it anyway.”

Although Sienna is proud of the movie, she admits her acting abilities weren’t really put to the test.

She added: “You know, ‘G.I. Joe’, it's not going to be the best acting work we've ever done.”

Sienna recently admitted she found it hard learning to throw a punch convincingly.

She said: "The guys I'm fighting are all really tall - and I'm not. I have to kick a lot of them in the head, so just learning to kick very high was a challenge. Learning fights and looking like you're a good fighter is hard.”



 






 

 

 

 








 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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