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Michelle Keegan shows her ‘amazing legs’ in little black dress for Christmas party season

Michelle Keegan sent fans into a frenzy as she stepped into Christmas in a classic little black dress.

The Brassic star wowed her followers as she shared a video clip of herself striding happily in her black LBD.

The 34-year-old former Coronation Street actress smiled for the camera as she strutted along in a clip posted on her Instagram as she shared her new collection for Very.

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“Walking into Christmas party season like…” she said.

And the compliments came flooding in.

jo.scales2012 commented: “Those legs are amazing girl.”

salbox72x said: “Stunning.”

jennyhw70 told her: “@michkeegan if I could walk into Christmas like that I’d be a very happy lady lol xx”

And neildouglas_219 commented that she was the ‘hottest woman on the planet.’



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The star also looked ‘smoking hot’ in a Christmas tree green dress worn with sparkly tights.

domperignon1967 said: “What a dress, what a pose, what a Lady. Smoking hot Michelle.”

Michelle, who shot to fame as Tina McIntyre in Corrie, has also been busy filming the fourth series of Brassic.

Series three, which hit our screens last month, was made through successive lockdowns.

Filmed across the north west, it also stars Joe Gilgun as Vinnie O’Neil.

The comedy is inspired by Joe’s experiences growing up in Chorley, but is set in the fictional town of Hawley with Bacup used as the setting.