Jason Manford shared grief after learning that his BBC and XFM radio star friend had died.
The stand-up comedian explained to 318,000 followers after sharing Michelle Mullane’s photo on her Instagram feed that she had lost her fight against 50-year-old Jang-Am on Christmas Eve.
The snapshot saw a brunette beauties smiling towards the camera. He has a caption. “I learned that Michelle Mullane, my dear friend and former BBC Manchester presenter, sadly passed away on Christmas Eve.
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“I have so many good memories of Michelle from when I started stand-up in the late 90s. Michelle was the first person to introduce me to the air and we spent a lot of time laughing, flirting, and joking about beer. And off.”
Previously, the 93-year-old Nan, who shed tears by playing an album for her, continued to talk about all the positives it brought into her own life and the lives of others trying to make it in the industry.
“We drank millions of teas and her show’Michelle around Midnight’ was one of the only shows that you could listen to, get paid and be yourself, even if it’s not a big’TV name’,” she said.
He went on to say, “She was an amazing supporter of new talent and gave a bridge to the northern comedians at the time who felt like they hadn’t had a chance if they weren’t in London. She’s supported. Me and many others since then.
“She will miss her little daughter Liv and many others.
“She sent me a message last week at Royal Variety to congratulate me and tell me how proud she was of me. Her state still thought of others.”
Jason, who was previously known to have liked the blatant tweets offering a threesome, added: “We’ve been trying to organize a charity show (postponed as covid) to help UK kidney and colorectal cancer research for over a year. We can, I’ll be 100% sure this will happen with your name Michelle. is.
“Thank you for everything. All my love, Jason”.
Many Jason fans say, “I’m sorry. Losing a friend is annoying, but losing a friend only makes things worse when you find out that COVID prevents you from making your last memories of the year. Everyone who knows and loves your friend. A lot of love to you.” With red heart emoticon.
Another said, “I’m sorry to hear the sad news that my friend was lost. The thoughts are with you and her family and friends. RIP Michelle.” A red heart emoticon follows.
The third added. “I’m so sorry for how lovely Jason has made a tribute to your friend. I’m sure she’d be happy.” With a crying emoticon.