Michelle Stephenson

Michelle Stephenson

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Michelle Stephenson

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<br /><!-- Force space -->Michelle Stephenson (born 3 January 1977, Abingdon, Oxfordshire) is a British singer and TV presenter. At the age of 17 she was briefly a member of the English vocal girl group that would go on to become the Spice Girls. Alongside Melanie Brown, Victoria Adams, Lianne Morgan (later replaced by Melanie Chisholm) and Suzanne Tinker soon replaced with Geri Halliwell, Stephenson completed the original 1994 lineup of Touch receiving the highest scores at the audition. Stephenson was a member of the group for only a short period before commitment issues prompted Heart Management to remove her. Stephenson says that she left because her mother was suffering from breast cancer. "To say I was turfed out of the group when I left because I wanted to be with my sick mother - well, what kind of person does that?""Posh is so bitchy, says the sixth Spice Girl", Alison BoshoffDaily Mail 16 September 2001 She was replaced by a girl called Abigail Kis, but only for a short period, and then finally by Emma Bunton after 6 months as the fifth member.

Stephenson worked briefly as a TV presenter for LWT, ITV, Friendly TV and Sky. She also filmed a TV show in Malta called "Wild Games" before forming a songwriting partnership with Ben Hackett and Mike Edwards (under the name SHEsongs). She has also worked as a session singer for various record companies. She performed backing vocals for...
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