Nicola Coughlan has released her first song

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Is there anything Nicola Coughlan can’t do?

Well, we’re here to tell you that she is truly an all-rounder.

Of course, she’s known for her incredible acting skills, as well as her stunning fashion sense and her charitable nature.

But now she has released her first song.

@hitsradiouk Someone put #nicolacoughlan in the real housewives immediately #bridgerton #lukenewton #penelopefeatherington #colinbridgerton #realhousewives ♬ original sound – Hits Radio UK

Yes, really!

During the Bridgerton press tour she joked about her dream job.

“You know when the Real Housewives release pop songs, just, exclusively for gay men? That’s my dream job,” she confessed.

During the clip, she explained: “They don’t even really sing. They just list things. They’re like, ‘Shoes and private yachts. Caviar and more shoes.’”

This clip was quickly remixed on social media and went viral.

Nicola then took to Instagram to announce that she would be releasing her song for a great cause.

“SHOES…MORE SHOES,” she wrote.

“In my making music almost exclusively for gay men era Full Track Coming Soon- Presave link in stories. Raising funds for @notaphaseorg & @trevorproject.”


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Not A Phase is a UK organisation that campaigns for the rights of trans people and the Trevor Project, which is a suicide prevention organization that provides crisis support and resources for queer and trans youth.

The song dropped on Friday, with Nicola announcing: “SHOES…MORE SHOES.

“Like Lennon & McCartney, Dylan and the other great lyricists I too wrote my first song by improvising some voice notes to @ellismiah in the 30 minutes I had before getting ready to go to Mighty Hoopla

“Thank you to all the Queer Icons and Real Housewives who served as inspiration, I live for you

“Most importantly this song (now streaming everywhere you listen to music) is raising funds for two incredible charities @notaphaseorg & @trevorproject. Happy Pride.”

We know what we’ll be listening to all weekend!

“I’m so thrilled that my encyclopaedic knowledge of Real Housewives and Drag Race has resulted in one of the silliest, funniest things I’ve ever gotten to do,” Nicola said as she discussed the song which is released by record label 3AM, founded by global music star Jay Sean.

“As a fan of Ellis since ‘Read U Wrote U,” I’m honoured he took a random interview quote from me and turned it into a brilliant way to raise money for two very worthy charities; Not A Phase and The Trevor Project.”


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