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Stephen Peacocke Auditioned for a Role on Fifty Shades of Grey!

Stephen Peacocke has revealed in a recent radio interview that he auditioned for a role on Fifty Shades of Grey!

In the interview on the Kyle and Jackie O show on KISS FM, the34-year-old – who is well known for playing Daryl Braxton on Hoe and Away – admitted he auditioned for the role of Christian Grey’s brother – and the scene was a little on the steamy side!

“It was a bit naughty,” Stephen revealed.  “It was definitely not a scene I’d want my mum and dad to watch, that’s for sure!”

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Luke Grimes (left) scored the role of Elliot Grey, alongside Jamie Dornan who plays Christian

Sadly, the audition was a little more uncomfortable d than it should have been.

“I had to do this quite intimate scene,” Stephen says.  “And the only person I could do the scene with was another bloke and it was very, very awkward.”

“Thankfully, it was all just dialogue, there was nothing physical but my mate’s from Wollongong, he’s about six foot four tall and yeah, it wasn’t easy, let’s put it that way.”

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Jess Harris

Jess Harris

Hi, I’m Jess. Mum of 3 kids, happy wife and self-confessed gossip queen. I have a background in media and this is where my love of all things celeb began. Being a mother myself I understand we don’t always have time to sit down, have a cuppa and catch up on the latest breaking gossip stories – this is where I come in!

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