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Michelle Gayle was born on 2nd February 1971, in London, England and is an English actress and singer. She had success as a pop singer in the 1990s. She achieved seven top 30 singles in the UK, her two biggest hits to date being Sweetness (No.4, September 1994) and Do You Know? (No.6, February 1997). She released two top 30 albums under RCA records, but they parted company in 1997 and although Gayle recorded other albums, they were not released.

As an actress she is best known for her work on British television, in particular playing Hattie Tavernier in BBC’s EastEnders from 1990-1993. She has also had various roles in film and theatre, which have included playing Belle in the West End musical, Beauty and the Beast in 1999. She has taken part in several celebrity based reality television shows, and in June 2007 she became a panelist for ITV’s topical chat show, Loose Women. She was married to the ex-footballer, Mark Bright, for ten years, but the couple announced their separation in 2007.

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  • brownieboy

    1990s pop classic "Sweetness" from the uk

    27 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Rosemary

    Shame on Wogan?! It had nothing to do with him, the public vote chose Andy over Michelle. Also, Andy's song may not have done well but that was more for political reasons than the quality of the song. I think it's a great song and I really enjoyed his Eurovision performance.

    23 Mar 2010 Reply
  • MilesBrown24

    Andy Abraham was like the biggest flop in Eurovision history. I remember actually forgetting who was representing us the day of Eurovision. His song made NO impact. Michelle Gayle on the other hand - even with the 'not so good' song, is a performer she would have shaken her stuff and done us abit more proud than Andy Abraham... ;)

    22 May 2009 Reply
  • Johnkm

    How did the **** we sent manage to get through ahead of this?? madness

    23 Jul 2008 Reply
  • DJ_Damien

    Andy Abrahams looked like an idiot... and not even the right kind of idiot.

    25 May 2008 Reply
  • sayheyheyhey

    Well, there was a surprise. We had a great Eurovision song with someone putting in a Eurovision-esque performance. We sent something else entirely. Is anyone surprised at where we finished? I've said it before and I'll say it again. Poor Michelle. You was robbed, girl! (but now I can add the word *chuckle* at the outcome of not sending Michelle)

    24 May 2008 Reply
  • matteshb

    She´s back. Finally :)

    8 May 2008 Reply
  • sayheyheyhey

    Poor Michelle. You was robbed, girl!

    1 Mar 2008 Reply

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