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Television show host, singer, entertainer and actress, Michelle Spaziano honed her crafts in her native New York and Music City. She is a well-established performer with success in many facets of the industry. Michelle is most recognized for being the original Host of the nationally televised show "Power Block" on Spike TV with millions of viewers ever week, which has also been hosted by IRL/Nascar driver Danica Patrick.

Currently, Michelle is producing and hosting her own show called “YANKEE GIRL TV” which is currently airing nationwide. It's a reality variety show about her life, "Music City" and her home state of NY. The show offers something for everyone from reality to spoofs, bloopers, MMA and country music. She is also hosting a show called "Get To Know Metro" which airs in Tennessee and focuses on the Metro government and key figures within the City, their roles and departments. You can also catch her debuting in "Larry The Cable Guy's Star Studded Christmas Extravaganza" on CMT, line dancing to Alan Jackson's "Good Time" on the 42nd Annual CMA awards to several national commercials (most recent "Don Zuccarello" & "Radio Worship" on Nickelodeon), and various country music videos for artists including: Grammy nominee Martina McBride’s “God’s Will”, Vince Gill and Rodney Crowell’s “How Do You Kiss The Lips…” , to Garth Brook's latest "Midnight Sun" amongst others. Recently, she also portrayed “Julia McCloud” in an independent film called "Who Loves Judas?” The film was announced as an Official Selection in four international festivals and a winner in Hollywood and in La Jolla.

With hard work, attention to detail, and showbiz savvy, Michelle Spaziano also conceived and created an original musical production "The L Revue". It was a flashy, glitzy all female musical with a twist of country. The concept of the original show was "Where Nashville Meets Vegas". "Everyone always asked what the "L" stood for, and it was as simple as… me, it’s just short for Michelle."

Michelle has performed in a plethora of productions from musicals and theater to live concerts and singing with Lou Gramm and Foreigner. Lou Gramm and his brother Dick Grammatico also produced her second album “Now Or Never” in which she co-wrote with Dick. With her training ranging from classical to rock, this powerhouse sings it all. She has also been known to impersonate a couple celebrities as well, one of which is Tina Turner that is not only energetic, but a heart pounding, show stopping number.

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