Danny O'Donoghue has admitted that he rejected a Hollywood offer in a big movie for the sake of keeping The Script together.
The singer and frontman of the band revealed that an influx of exciting offers have come his way in the past few months, but they've all been rejected so that Danny can complete pre-arranged tour dates with the band.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, he explained: "There have been loads of offers coming in to do stuff in the States but I just don't have the time. There's been some great things."
Amongst the offers he said that he was approached to voice a character in a "massive" animated film, but didn't accept the role because he thought he'd be letting down his loyal fanbase and fellow band members, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power.
"There was one which I can't say exactly what it was but it was for a massive animated cartoon, but it would have taken four months out of my life to do, and that's the next four months of my life right now. So I'd go off and do something that really just pleases me and cancel the tour and f**k the band off, you can't do that you know?"
However, the band are now planning on exploring new avenues later in the year when their extensive world tour comes to an end, with Danny adding: "But loads of stuff [is in the pipeline]. We'll all be spreading our wings and branching out into things, but The Script is number one, always will be."
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