In MICHELLE HENDRIKS , Blondied have perhaps the most strikingly realistic Debbie Harry look and sound-alike imaginable.With numerous TV appearances to her credit, Michelle is one of the best known faces on the musical tribute scene. Having become a TV regular in 2 series of Yorkshire TV`s 'The Local' ...a Friday night chat and entertainment show which was broadcast live from the set of Emmerdale's "Woolpack" Inn, Michelle appeared  on the PLAY UK TV show..'Pop-elgangers' in December 2001, performing 'Heart of glass' as Debbie Harry

 

She also appeared singing 'Sunday Girl' on ITV's prestigious 'Stars And Their Doubles 2002' TV awards show, presented by Des O`Connor, broadcast in March 2002 and was invited back 
for the 'Stars And Their Doubles Awards' show, presented by Dale Winton in 2004.

 

More recent TV appearances have included Donny Osmond's "Identity" show for BBC 1 (2007).

MICHELLE HENDRIKS

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Michelle at Healing 'V' Festival
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Michelle at Fake Festival 2012
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Michelle at Fake Festival 2011

In MICHELLE HENDRIKS , Blondied have perhaps the most strikingly realistic Debbie Harry 
look and sound-alike imaginable .With numerous TV appearances to her credit, Michelle is 
one of the best known faces on the musical tribute scene. Having become a TV regular in 
2 series of Yorkshire TV`s 'The Local' ...a Friday night chat and entertainment show which 
was broadcast live from the set of Emmerdale's "Woolpack" Inn, Michelle appeared  on the 
PLAY UK TV show..'Pop-elgangers', performing 'Heart of glass' as Debbie 
Harry.

She also appeared singing 'Sunday Girl' on ITV's prestigious 'Stars And Their Doubles
TV awards show, presented by Des O`Connor, broadcast  by ITVand was invited back 
for the 'Stars And Their Doubles Awards' show, presented by Dale Winon the following year.

More recent TV appearances have included Donny Osmond's "Identity" show for BBC .