The single edit of the What The Future Holds bop was unleashed earlier this week and wasted no time in racing to No1 on iTunes – marking a rare non-Drag-Race-related musical moment from former popstar Michelle.
Could she be tempted to bring out her own collection?
In a new interview, she told Official Charts: “It’s something I’ve been asked over the years and I’ve always been that person who has never worked without producers giving me songs.
“I’ve written a few lyrics over the years, but I’m not a songwriter. If the song doesn’t move me to sing it, I can’t be arsed.
“But with this song, I felt like I had to sing on it, so I thought, maybe I can do this? So, maybe! It’s a strong maybe.”
After being encouraged by Faye Tozer to take the leap, she added: “I guess in my mind I’m my own demise, where inner saboteurs happen and all that stuff. Who needs a fifty-year-old pop star?
“Maybe I should just do it – what do I have to lose?”
Heartbreak In This City is, of course, the second iTunes chart-topper in as many weeks to boast stars of Drag Race – the United Kingdolls made quite a splash with UK Hun? earlier this month.