Midweek Sport - - FRONT PAGE - By JON LIVESEY jonl@sun­

BUSTY Gemma Atkin­son says she can’t wait to bare her huge BOOBS on the big screen.

It has been four years since the top-heavy ac­tress re­tired from glam­our mod­el­ling.

But in an EX­CLU­SIVE in­ter­view with Mid­week Sport, the brunette says he’s gear­ing-up to un­leash her as­sets on film.

The for­mer Hol­lyoaks beauty, 28, first re­vealed her bra-bust­ing 34F breasts in 2009 Brit flick Boo­gie Woo­gie – a fleet­ing glimpse at best.

When asked if she has any plans to flash her top rack again, she said: “Yeah, I think so, if it was re­quired for the role.

“When you’re shoot­ing love scenes in films you want to make them as re­al­is­tic as pos­si­ble, so you don’t al­ways keep your clothes on. It’ll de­pend on the film and the con­cept.

“But as long as I’m happy with it, I think I would.”

Af­ter find­ing fame in Chan­nel 4’s teen soap, Gemma carved out a ca­reer as a pin-up, pos­ing for sev­eral saucy pho­to­shoots.

Since leav­ing the show in 2006, she’s also ap­peared in BBC1’s Ca­su­alty, as well as Water­loo Road and a string of movies.

This week sees the re­lease of new hor­ror flick, The Dy­at­lov Pass In­ci­dent.

And the blonde beauty, seen in th­ese re­cent skimpy bikini pics taken on Greek hol­i­day isle of Crete, has opened up about her ca­reer as a racy sexbomb

She said: “I don’t have any plans to do any more glam­our mod­el­ling.

“It’s good that I’ve achieved all that, but I want to move on now.

“It was one of those things where I was young, I was of­fered it, I got to travel, meet loads of peo­ple and the money was great for very lit­tle work – which when you’re 20 is amaz­ing.

“That was four years ago. I’ve done a lot of sports and fit­ness mod­el­ling, which I re­ally en­joy be­cause I’m into my train­ing.

“So I’ll do that again, but I don’t want to do glam­our mod­el­ling any­more.” TO read stun­ning Gemma’s sen­sa­tional in­ter­view in full, don’t for­get to pick up your copy of Week­end Sport – in shops on Fri­day and Satur­day.

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