Michelle McManus

Michelle McManus (born 8 May 1980, Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish singer-songwriter, actress, columnist, radio DJ and television presenter, who rose to fame after winning the second series of the UK talent show Pop Idol.

McManus released two singles "All This Time" and "The Meaning of Love" along with the release of her debut album The Meaning of Love (2004) in the UK and Ireland before being dropped by her management and record label. She has subsequently appeared in musicals and theatre productions throughout the UK, Ireland and Asia, as well as establishing herself as a radio DJ and television presenter in Scotland.

McManus was also a presenter of STV's lifestyle magazine show The Hour, originally alongside Stephen Jardine and later, Tam Cowan.

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... Film Year Film Role Notes 2005 You Are What You Eat Herself After her time on the show, McManus releasead a diary Michelle's Diary in 2005. 2007 Still Game Herself McManus appears in the 2007 Episode Second's Out as herself 2009–2011 The Hour Host 2009 Scotland's Always Had Talent Host McManus hosts STV's main. 2010 Midnight Co-host McManus once again hosts STV's main Hogmanay programme, alongside Stephen Jardine ...