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Gabriella Elizabeth Cooper

"Party for my engagement? Oh, I suppose it won't hurt!"

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a character in “That Friday Night”, as played by Imagine That!

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Gabriella Elizabeth Cooper
Please, call me: Most people call me Gabby, or Bella, but I do sometimes get called Ella.
I happen to be : Twenty-Four
I am : Girl A
I work as: I'm a model. But I'm not a great lover of the flashing cameras, people clapping, walking down a catwalk, having people staring at you... What I really want to be is a novel writer. I have one on the way slowly, but who's going to publish a book by an air-head model? I am getting there with the "best-selling" novel idea. I will be there one day.
All I can tell you about me is: I was born on the 19th of August, making me the baby of every friendship group I've been a part of. I was never old enough to do things that my friends were doing, so always felt a little left out. However, as soon as I turned twenty-one, everything was open to me. No more was I the baby that couldn't tag along - I was a woman who could do everything else her friends were doing. Ever since I was a child, she always had an affinity for writing, and had an extremely vivid imagination. I would wow my little sister with my stories of magical kingdoms and far away planets, so much so that I decided that I wanted my future to go in that particular direction. Writing is my life, and I adore getting lost in my own words, creating things that don't exist, and getting away with it. There's no-one on this planet as enthusiastic about writing.. When I start talking about writing, I've been told that I seem to drift off into another world, where I'm watching my words come to lift right in front of me. I love my fiancé more than anyone on this planet, and I was so happy when he asked me to come his wife. I kept being told that I'm too young to settle down yet, but I know what I want, and I have it. My life if complete. I'm what you would call a "nice" person, the sort of girl that you'd want on your telephone list, in case something really shit happened that day and you needed someone to talk to, someone who would listen. I'm not much of a talker, to be fair - I'm more of a listener. But I'm fine with that, it's who I am. I can be cruel at times, I mean, everyone can, but I only do it when people actually deserve it. I would never inflict any sort of pain on anyone, metal or physical, if they didn't really deserve it. Most people say that I'm quite naive, but I can't see it myself. I've had my fair share of problems, and I've dealt with them the best I can, although, not well to be frightfully honest. I love to party though, I mean, who doesn't! But I'm usually very sensible with my alcohol. I don't really get along with a lot, the first time I got drunk, I was sick. I don't really want that again, so I'm staying sensible.
If you really want to know something else: I'm about five foot seven, so I'm quite tall for a woman of my age, but I don't mind - it's my legs that give me my height, you see. My hair is a deep auburn colour, (not copper like some of the pictures), and I always wear things that are comfortable, not what people would like to see me in. My favourite food is salt and vinegar pringles, there an addiction of mine, I'm allergic to dark chocolate (I can only eat white) and I have this tattoo on my arm. It was the one rebellious thing I actually did when I turned eighteen. I have a slight OCD problem, where I have to always check everything; from the gas pipes, to the windows before bed, to car doors, to lights and my personal items. Also, I am petrified of using public toilets and being sick, I can't stand spiders or snakes, and if a needle comes anywhere near me, I'll faint.

So begins...

Gabriella Elizabeth Cooper's Story