Coronation Street actress Hayley Tamaddon, who plays Andrea Beckett, is to leave the soap in a 'dramatic exit.' Coronation Street producer Stuart Blackburn said: "Hayley has brought real magic to the Corrie cobbles - funny, energetic, totally professional and a joy to be around as a friend and colleague alike, she'll be sorely missed and I'd simply like to wish her all the very best for the future."
Billy Mayhew (Daniel Brocklebank) has been trying to keep his and Sean Tully's (Cotton) love a secret from his Bishop, but when news of their homophobic treatment at a B&B becomes front page news for the Weatherfield Gazette, he has to make a tough choice. Sean has made the right decision to tell Billy that he mustn't choose and he must stick with his job and deal with the consequences."
Michelle is well-known in England for her role as Trina McIntyre on the TV series Coronation Street from 2008-2014. The British television personality took to Twitter personally to congratulate his ladylove on the accomplishment, writing, "To all the fellas in the world I just want to say..... I'm sorry !!!! That beautiful creature is about to be my wife." This marks the first time the actress has topped the annual list.
Coronation Street's David Platt makes a drastic move that he may live to regret next week, fleeing Weatherfield with Max and Lily. "They're in Liverpool town centre, so David is frantic as he tries to look for Max. He's pushing Lily round in the pram and he's getting desperate. He can't leave Lily to run looking for Max, so he's asking people if they've seen him and no-one has. He doesn't know what to do and he's about to go to the police, but then his phone rings and it's Callum. What David hears then is a real game-changer."
Coronation Street star Sally Ann Matthews has revealed her upcoming storyline is set to keep viewers on the edge of their seats. The actress added: "This week, things get a bit darker and they do take quite a dramatic turn and we may well see that Jenny is enjoying the relationship with Jack a little bit more than the relationship with Kevin.
She's been busy on the Weatherfield cobbles for the past couple of months, but Tina O'Brien enjoyed a day off from her Coronation Street duties on Sunday. Speaking to The Mirror as she returned to Weatherfield, Tina revealed that she couldn't believe she was back with her on-screen family the Platts when she started shooting her new scenes back in January.
On screen his character Callum Logan is enjoying a new romance with Sarah Platt and behind-the-scenes Coronation Street actor Sean Ward's love life is also looking up. According to The Mirror Sean and Georgia - who bowed out of the soap earlier this year - are keeping their budding relationship out of the public eye, although their romance is an open secret amongst their Corrie pals.
The 60-year-old, who became a household favourite as Deirdre Barlow, died of cancer in January. Anne is nominated in the Scene Of The Year category for an emotional episode in which Deirdre threw a trifle in anger before breaking down in the arms of husband Ken. The episode was filmed to allow Anne to take an anticipated three-month break from the show while she received treatment, but it ended up being the last time she was seen on the show.
Coronation Street's much-loved Anne Kirkbride, who played Deirde Barlow in Coronation Street for 42 years, could be honoured from beyond the grave. She's up for the Scene of the Year award in the British Soap Awards for one of her final appearances in the show, which saw her throw a trifle at the wall before breaking down in the arms of her husband, Ken.
Michelle, 27, opted to wear one of her new dresses from her Lipsy collection and made her way to the Siddharta Bar at the Grosvenor House hotel on Sunday. Michelle has been keeping fans up-to-date with her hen celebrations since she arrived at the airport with her gaggle of pals in tow. Mark and Michelle have fond memories of Dubai as it is where the couple got engaged.
With the invention of social media came the gateway for our favourite stars to share their personal moments with the world, and subsequently open themselves up to opinions from anyone who felt the right to have one. Despite admitting that reading things like that can be "horrific", and the fact that the rumour mill is often churning out stories that she has quit Twitter, March insists she isn't leaving the site anytime soon as she is "too addicted" to it!
who passed away aged 60 in January - has been nominated for Scene of the Year for an episode in which her character Dierdre Barlow throws a trifle against a wall. The scene was among the last Anne filmed before she left the soap in September, following her cancer diagnosis. "Her exit will be treated with dignity and will be fit for a legend."