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But Panettiere appears to have pulled off the notoriously tricky transition from child and teenage stardom to serious adult acting with aplomb.Earlier this year she earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role as the catty, conniving country-music singer Juliette Barnes in the new More4 drama Nashville. With her bad-girl persona, sequinned dresses and eye-wateringly tight denim hotpants, Barnes is a delicious departure from the good girls the actress is used to playing.She acted throughout her childhood, with guest spots in Ally Mc Beal and Malcolm in the Middle and films such as Remember the Titans, but her career went stratospheric when she landed the lead role in Heroes aged 16.
When Panettiere whips out her phone to show me a snap of herself as an infant pouting prettily in a navy-blue velvet playsuit, her hair a halo of blonde curls, it’s not difficult to see why she was so precociously successful.Everything I've been through from jobs to friendships to partnerships, everything has builty me to who I am. The loved-up couple playfully cuddled up behind a trailer, whispering in each other’s ears.Perhaps it was an ill-advised effort to shed her wholesome image that made Panettiere take on the contentious role of Amanda Knox in the television film Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy (2011).At the time, Knox was serving a 26-year sentence for the murder of Meredith Kercher, though she has since been acquitted.