Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

We All Love[.]

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

We All Love[.]

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WE all love a bit of a sing song at the end of a night out... and with live band Rockaoke playing at The Diary Party this year, it was the chance for our VIP guests to channel their inner rock gods too.

And our guests certainly didn't disappoint.

We all know radio star and Salford Jets frontman Mike Sweeney can belt out a tune, but he well and truly got the party started with his rambunctious rendition of Sweet Home Alabama.

Perhaps a little more unexpected was BBC Breakfast sports presenter Mike Bushell's dulcet tones - as he headed on stage to duet with former Shameless star Alice Barry on Grease classic You're The One That I Want.

But stealing the show it just had to be former X Factor finalist Goldie Cheung - who completed her version of Feeling Good by doing the splits - and then took the crowds in a mass hip-swinging dancealong too. …

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