Helen Flanagan is thinking about going to university and getting the education she missed out when she was a child star on 'Coronation Street'.
Helen Flanagan wants to go to university.
The 23-year-old actress - who played Rosie Webster in 'Coronation Street' for 12 years before quitting in February 2012 after suffering from depression - is considering further her education after missing out on going to college due to her working commitments in the ITV soap.
She said: ''I want to live for the moment really. We'll see what happens. I might even consider going back to university.''
Should the blonde stunner - who recently split from soccer player Scott Sinclair - enrol on a university course then she will surely be a hit with the male students, and Helen admits she feels sexier than ever at the moment.
The busty babe explained to Nuts magazine: ''I feel sexy, yes - much sexier than when I was younger. I have a bigger ego than before, but I think most of the girls have that too.''
However, Helen admits she has been naïve throughout her life and often expects to find herself in tricky situations because of her honesty.
The former 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' contestant added: ''I'm a bit crazy so I seem to draw controversy to myself like a magnet.
''I'm so naïve - I always get into trouble! I'm too honest. Maybe this is what puts me in difficult situations.''
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