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Defunct men’s lifestyle magazine FHM crowned her Sexiest Woman In The World in 2015.
Michelle won praise for her portrayal of receptionist Tracy Shawcross in BBC One’s 2015 drama Ordinary Lies.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.Michelle Keegan has revealed that she enjoyed her first screen sex scenes, which will air in new ITV2 comedy Plebs. Now I can say I’ve been in a sex scene and it was actually quite fun." Keegan also said she is happy with the roles she is being offered because they are not “typically sexy” ones.The Manchester-born actress, who played Tina Mc Intyre in Coronation Street, described filming the intimate moments in the Ancient Rome comedy as "fun". It was nerve-racking but he was so relaxed and calm that it helped me.“Then afterwards I was like, ‘Is that it? From 2009 until her Corrie exit, Keegan was repeatedly voted sexiest female at the British Soap Awards and Inside Soap Awards.You still have to audition and go through the normal process of getting the next job. I like the fact I’m not settled in one job like I was with Corrie.” Michelle will showcase her comedic talents in Plebs alongside actors Tom Rosenthal (who plays Marcus), Joel Fry (Stylax) and Ryan Sampson (Grumio).
In the Ancient Rome-set series, the Mancunian star has been cast as “brazen Vestal Virgin” Ursula.
Michelle’s guest role came via the Brit Awards in 2015 – she was seated at the same table as Sampson, who often steals the show as Plebs’ feckless slave.
She will soon be seen in series two of Our Girl, and she also has a guest spot in the third series of ITV2 comedy Plebs.
Carving a path outside soap is not easy for some actors, but Michelle revealed she liked “the buzz” of trying to secure the next part.
“I still think I’ve got a lot to prove, but that’s fine, I’m enjoying it,” she said of life after Corrie.
“Everyone thinks you just get given jobs but you don’t.