She has won a legion of fans for her role in Line Of Duty.
But not everyone is as star-struck by her new pals, as Vicky McClure revealed on the Graham Norton Show, due to be aired on Friday.
The British actress, 33, revealed that her mum had once described flick Filth and Wisdom as ‘alright’ to Madonna as she attended her film premiere.
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Mum’s (not) the word! Not everyone is as star-struck by her new pals, as Vicky McClure revealed on the Graham Norton Show, due to be aired on Friday
Speaking about appearing on Madonna’s 2008 film on the funnyman’s show, Vicky admitted the casting was unexpected.
‘I just got a random call from her asking me to be in the movie.
And in her excitement she took her mother to the screening- although perhaps regretted it soon after.
‘I took my mum to the premiere in New York and when Madonna asked her if she’d liked the film, she said, ‘Vicky didn’t think I would like it but it was alright!’ I couldn’t believe she had said that to Madonna. I was mortified!’ she laughed.
Awks! The British actress, 33, revealed that her mum had once described flick Filth and Wisdom as ‘alright’ to Madonna as she attended her film premiere
‘I just got a random call from her asking me to be in the movie’, Vicky admitted about appearing on Madonna’s 2008 film
And opening up about the conclusion of the nail-biting BBC drama Line of Duty, she added: ‘So much happens in the last two hours. It is great. I think filming all six in one go would be overwhelming as there is so much to learn – it would be ‘lines and lines of duty!’
Asked if her character makes it to the end of the series, she added coyly, ‘You are always waiting for the writer to kill you off.’
‘I am definitely in next week’s episode. You can only be undercover so often so if I am in series five there will have to be some changes.’
‘You are always waiting for the writer to kill you off,’ she said of of the nail -biting BBC drama Line of Duty
‘So much happens in the last two hours. It is great.’ Vicky revealed about the conclusion of the series
In March Vicky slammed ‘sexist’ questions about whether she would be starting a family with partner of five years Jonny Owen, 45.
The BAFTA winner, who recently starred in BBC thriller The Replacement, told Grazia: ‘If this was a bloke, that would never happen, adding: ‘It’s none of your bloody business!’
‘You know, whether women choose to work when they have children, whether they choose not to, whether they do a bit of both, it’s nobody’s business.’
Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbad), Detective Sergeant Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) in Line Of Duty