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Sweetie, darling?

Having ditched the broomstick and green face paint, this former Wicked star is getting ready to rock the West End in new musical Murder Ballad. But as she stands firmly in GT’s spotlight, how will Kerry Ellis fare against our sweetie jar of random questions?
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What’s the one most overrated thing in the world? Wanting to be a celebrity — just, NO!

Have you ever thrown a diva tantrum? [Shrieks with laughter] Let’s just say I’m not afraid to voice my opinion. If people aren’t doing it right, I’ll kindly tell them!

What’s your favourite chocolate bar? Oooooh! Anything like DAIRY MILK BUTTONS. Them! I know they’re not a bar, but I love them. Like, LOVE!

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In his FIRST-EVER cover shoot, chart-topping star Neil Amin-Smith talks to GT about sexuality, racism and the Labour Party in our September style issue. Speaking of style.... We've got 57 pages of the must-have looks, grooming products and gadgets to see you right for AW16. Also in your brand new GT – Harry Potter star Matthew Lewis explores the world of sex workers, Kerry Ellis defies gravity with our sweetie jar of random questions and award-winning actor Jeffrey Tambor reveals how playing a trans woman made him a better father and husband. Plus, theologian Vicky Beeching tells her remarkable story of coming out and being an Evangelical Christian.