It’s A ‘Pole-Role’ For Former Bionic Babe Michelle!

It appears former Bionic Woman star Michelle Ryan is finally climbing up the ladder, or should I say ‘pole’ to success in tinseltown.
Busty brunette Michelle, most well known for her role as wayward teen Zoe Slater in the hit BBC1 soap Eastenders, is now set to bare all playing a stripper in her new film  A Girl Walks into a Bar and says it’s “great fun” practicing her moves for the racy role and is currently taking pole dancing lessons in Los Angeles to prepare for it.
She said: “I play a stripper and had to go to a pole-dancing classes.
“I have so much respect for the dancers. It is hard work.”
But the busty telly babe admits she’s not as tough as her ex-screen character Jamie Sommers and ended up covered in bruises as she attempted some of the more trickier dance routines.
Michelle I’ve got some good advice sweetie, maybe you should get on the phone to former ‘wild child’ Emma Ridley at Goddess Fitness Dance, I’m sure Em’s could give you a few tips on how to handle some Hollywood’s more trickier poles… Oo-er, no pun intended!

ppears former Bionic Woman star Michelle Ryan is finally climbing up the ladder, or should I say ‘pole’ to success in tinseltown.
Busty brunette Michelle, most well known for her role as wayward teen Zoe Slater in the hit BBC1 soap Eastenders, is now set to bare all playing a stripper in her new film  A Girl Walks into a Bar and says it’s “great fun” practicing her moves for the racy role and is currently taking pole dancing lessons in Los Angeles to prepare for it.
She said: “I play a stripper and had to go to a pole-dancing classes.
“I have so much respect for the dancers. It is hard work.”
But the busty telly babe admits she’s not as tough as her ex-screen character Jamie Sommers and ended up covered in bruises as she attempted some of the more trickier dance routines.
Michelle I’ve got some good advice sweetie, maybe you should get on the phone to former ‘wild child’ Emma Ridley at Goddess Fitness Dance, I’m sure Em’s could give you a few tips on how to handle some Hollywood’s more trickier poles… Oo-er, no pun intended!