Singer Kimberley Walsh wants anonymity

London: Singer Kimberley Walsh says she is not scared of fame fading away one day because she never planned to be a popular person.

Walsh insists she would love to get back to being anonymous, reports a daily.

"I genuinely never ever got in it for the fame. When I was growing up, things were different from how they are now. I always just loved singing. But that`s what I love to do so, that`s why I got into this industry," she said.

"I`m not the one who feels the need for adoration. No matter what way you look at it, it`s a privileged job. How can I moan about things that come with it? I can`t," she added.

Walsh shot to fame after she was chosen to form a band on TV talent show "Popstars: The Rivals in 2002". The group, Girls Aloud, became Britain`s biggest girl band and made celebrities of Walsh, Cheryl Cole, Sarah Harding, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts.


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