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Byline: CAROLINE WATERSTON
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The reality TV show's 10 finalists Michelle McManus, Susanne Manning Susanne Courtney (nee Manning) was a contestant on the second series of Pop Idol in the UK. She was known for her husky voice and caused the most headlines out of all the contestants at the time.
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Sam Nixon (born 21 March 1986) in Monk Bretton, Barnsley, is a UK pop singer and television presenter. He came third on the Pop Idol television series in 2003. , Chris Hide, Andy Scott Lee, Roxanne Cooper, Kim Gee, Marc Dillon, Mark Rhodes and Brian Ormond were greeted by thousands of adoring fans.
Roxanne sang an impressive Beautiful and Mark performed She's Like The Wind.
But Scots winner Michelle was the real star and burst into tears when her home crowd gave her a standing ovation after her No.1 hit All This Time.
The second half of the set was edgier and included group performances of Aerosmith's Walk This Way and Joan Jett's Love Rock And Roll.
The girls then delighted fans with Independent Woman before the boys closed the gig with a medley of Beatles' hits.