DIVA: The girls are back in town
It’s been a long wait but finally our favorite lesbian drama is back. DIVA went on set during the filming of the new series of Lip Service and spoke to the cast, who were happy to answer some of our questions.
Heather Peace talks us through the Sam/Frankie/Cat love triangle:
“I guess Sam and Frankie attract different people at different stages in their life. That’s what’s so interesting about the situation with Cat. I think if cat could have Frankie and the history they share, but with Sam’s maturity and strength, then she would have found the perfect girl!”
And will Sam fight for Cat?
“I can’t say. But she’s totally in love with her, so you can take from that what you want. She’s totally in love with her and there’s a sense of her not seeing what is right in front of her nose.”
We ask Ruta Gedmintas if she thinks Frankie and Sam will end up in bed together:
“Who knows! There would be a huge amount of female aggression to work out first.”
And DIVA talked to Anna Skellern about new character Lexy:
“Lexy’s a doctor in an accident and emergency and knows how to keep cool under pressure. This also means that she’d like for her personal life to be as straightforward as possible – but as you’ll see, it doesn’t always work out that way…”
Does Lexy get romantically involved with any of the pre-existing characters?
“Well… I can let you know that she does have history with one of the characters – but that’s all I’m telling you!”
The April issue of DIVA Magazine is on sale 8 March and also contains features on the 10 most lesbian cities, London’s 26th Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and London’s first Dyke March which will take place in the capital on 31st March.
The new issue of DIVA is on sale now from all good newsagents, supermarkets and bookstores.
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