Girls can be rude and filthy too - and Dolly Wells from Some Girls proves it

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Girls can be rude and filthy too - and Dolly Wells from Some Girls proves it
18th November 2014

Some girls centres on a group of vivacious, vital young women at the fictional Greenshoots Academy in South London, and it's back for a third series.

There's more to Some Girls than just the lives and loves of a group of quirky 16-year-old girls.

Toby Earlie caught up with one of the shows' stars, Dolly Wells. Dolly plays the step mum of Viva, the girl seemingly at the centre of it all. 

In the new series Dolly's character Anna manages to finally stop swearing and take up motherhood. 

Still, it isn't all friendly redemption and good behavior. Anna remains as crude as ever - in fact, one or two of her lines did funny things to our TV guru Toby Earle, much to his own surprise. 

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