Daisy Ridley would love to do a musical.

Daisy Ridley finds singing 'so scary' but would love to do a musical

Daisy Ridley finds singing 'so scary' but would love to do a musical

The 'Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker' actress has shown off her pipes on ‘At The Ballet’, from musical 'A Chorus Line, alongside music royalty Barbra Streisand and actress Anne Hathaway back in 2016, and she has two songs in the stop-motion animated biographical film about Leonardo da Vinci.

And despite wanting to do a musical, the 31-year-old actress has confessed she would be "terrified".

Asked which was scarier, singing with Barbra Streisand or singing in 'The Inventor' - in which she voices Marguerite de Navarre (Princess of France) - she told Radio Times magazine: "I would have to say singing with Barbra Streisand. I love to sing, but when it actually comes to recording something... I'm not a singer, so each time I do it the reality is so scary. I’d love to do a musical, but I know I would also be terrified."

Daisy also confirmed that she has a rom-com in the works and she's also keen to star in an out-and-out comedy.

She said: "I'd love to be in an out-and-out comedy

and also a rom-com. I worked with someone a few years ago and he said he had an idea for one. I texted him a few days ago, saying, 'It's time for the rom-com!' We all love the idea of two people overcoming what feels like an insurmountable barrier to be with each other."