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Juno Temple won't forget unaired sex scene with James Jagger

JUNO Temple will "never forget" filming her sex scene with James Jagger.

The 26-year-old actress - who was cast as Jamie Vine in the American series 'Vinyl' - has admitted she will "never" forget stripping down to her "birthday suit" with Mick Jagger's son to shoot the intimate scene for the show on her 25th birthday.

The blonde beauty told W magazine online: "In the pilot, I have a sex scene with James Jagger, and I had this mad moment filming it. It was my 25th birthday, and I had to be completely naked with Mick Jagger's son, being directed by Martin Scorsese. That's a birthday, in my birthday suit, that I'll never forget."

However, the second season never aired and the 'Wild Child' star has revealed she felt heart broken after hearing the news she striped off for season two for the programme to be cancelled.

She explained: "It felt like a heartbreak, because it was unexpected. I felt like giving it a second chance would have been a great thing, to see where it was going to go and see how all those characters were going to develop.

"And I was so excited to see where it developed and were it went. I've always wanted to be a child of the 70s, and it felt like I was living my dream through my work, and so I was gutted. And I still am, it still feels like some kind of weird heartbreak.

"I cried a lot when I found out."

And Juno will miss starring in the television series because she felt "empowered" playing her character.

She said: "I'm really going to miss playing Jamie, because I just loved her. I thought she was bad**s, she was inspiration to me as a woman, I just felt empowered playing her. That I'm going to miss because it's not every day you get an opportunity to play a character that you really are kind of borderline obsessed with. It's so rare that you actually get the part that you really, really, really want."



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