Since the length of metal pipe put paid to any chance of a return to Corrie, Michelle Keegan is considering her options and it seems like her people are testing the idea of some sort of pop career by talking to The Sun:
"A fair few record label people are interested in singing her already and she's thinking long and hard about it," an insider told The Sun.It's not entirely clear why people would be "surprised", as if 'playing a barmaid' and 'being able to hold a note long enough to be autotuned' are two states that it is impossible to imagine existing in the same person.
"[People] will be surprised to hear how good her voice is," they added.
That doesn't, of course, make it a good idea.
After all, Keegans famous in one field trying to shift that into a chart career don't have the greatest track record, do they?