Neigh­bours get more than an eye­ful of Corrie star

Sunday Mirror (Northern Ireland) - - Talk Tv - REVE­LA­TION HOPES DASHED

show­biz bashes in a se­lec­tion of eye-catch­ing and re­veal­ing out­fits – as she did at the TRIC Awards in March.

She’s also been com­mand­ing at­ten­tion with her im­pres­sive per­for­mances as Sinead, who has been at the cen­tre of a can­cer sto­ry­line.

Fans had feared she would be killed off af­ter she was di­ag­nosed with an ag­gres­sive form of cer­vi­cal can­cer last au­tumn. But there were mov­ing scenes in Wed­nes­day’s episode as new mum Sinead rang a bell to signal the end of her treat­ment.

She read out a poem, sur­rounded by fel­low pa­tients and staff, as well as proud hus­band Daniel Os­bourne (played by Rob Mal­lard).

Mean­while, Corrie is to welcome a new char­ac­ter to the cob­bles.

Laura Lit­tle­wood, who pre­vi­ously ap­peared in C4’s No Of­fence, tweeted about her ex­cite­ment at join­ing the show.

Lit­tle is known about her char­ac­ter at the mo­ment, but her agency con­firms she is set to start film­ing soon.

Katie at TRIC Awards

Kee­ley

He’s re­spon­si­ble for the most watched shows over the past year – but Jed Mer­cu­rio in­sists there’s no time for praise on his team.

“An ab­sence of crit­i­cism is the way for­ward,” says the writer re­spon­si­ble for Body­guard and Line of Duty.

And he dashed fans’ hopes that Body­guard’s Home Sec­re­tary Ju­lia Mon­tague (Kee­ley Hawes) may still be alive – by dis­cussing her death scene.

“It was use­ful if we wanted to ex­ploit it,” he says.

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