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ITV Corrie's Antony Cotton shares beautiful tribute to Sally Dynevor as Ryan Thomas shares message

Coronation Street star Antony Cotton took to social media with a beautiful tribute to his co-star Sally Dynevor as she celebrated her birthday. The actor, best known for playing Sean Tully in the ITV soap, couldn't help but share some kind words about his friend as she marked turning another year older on Saturday (May 28).

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Corrie's Sally Dynevor excited as she reveals racy new storyline for ITV character
Sally Dynevor has revealed she's excited for her character's saucy new storyline on Coronation Street - after winning a BAFTA TV Award with her ITV soap.The actress, 58, has played Cobbles regular Sally Metcalfe on Corrie since 1986, so she's already been involved in a ton of action-packed plots.However, it's been confirmed she's set to star in intimate scenes with her on-screen husband Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) in the aftermath of the cabbie's heart operation.And it appears she's thrilled to be able to act in the upcoming scenes that she says are both 'comical and serious' in nature.Tim recently had to go in for triple heart bypass surgery which was brought forward after Sally saw him collapse.But been struggling to get it on with his other half ever since he had the major cardio procedure - and his wife Sally feeling sexually frustrated.Her actress Sally was excited to finally be able to speak about her character's intimate sex storyline at the BAFTA TV Awards on Sunday (May 9).Sally went on stage to pick up Corrie's award for Soap and Continuing Drama ad the glitzy London award ceremony, which was hosted by Richard Ayoade.The actress admitted she was rather pleased to be playing a funny sex storyline when speaking exclusively to Daily Star and other press at the winners' press conference. She said: "So Tim's had a bypass and now he's suffering with impotency, so Sally's sexually frustrated.
Sally Dynevor's Corrie father-in-law, famous lookalike kids and Emmerdale husband
Coronation Street star, Sally Dynevor, 58, who plays Sally Metcalfe, has recently showed off her beautiful family, including three children who all share a strong likeness.She poses with eldest daughter and Bridgerton starlet Phoebe, 26, middle child son Sam 25 and the youngest of the clan, Harriet who is 18 years old.Sally sometimes rare pics of her children in family holiday photos, and as Phoebe turns 27, fans can't believe how similar the family all look to each other. The Dancing on Ice contestant shares her three children with husband and script writer Tim Dynevor, 60 who has written more than 300 episodes of Emmerdale.Tim and Sally wed in 1995, in Trafford, where they raised their children and still live today.Sally often shares her pride in her three children, with the eldest Phoebe who was awarded a critical acclaim for starred as Daphne Bridgerton in the steamy Netflix period drama Bridgerton which has been viewed by 82 million people.In November 2021, Phoebe won the Breakthrough Talent Award at the Harper's Bazaar gala.She has since become a household name, and has racked up an incredible 3.2 million followers on Instagram alone.The Corrie star’s mini-me daughter is currently filming for a new role in the upcoming movie, Bank of Dave, and she was spotted exiting a people carrier with a philosophy book in hand.Her son Sam graduated from Nottingham University in 2019, and youngest Harriet turned 18 last year.Working with TV clearly runs in then family, as Tim's dad is former Coronation Street director Gerard Dynevor.
Corrie actors' on set confessions - fake couples, secret rules and saucy sex scenes
Coronation Street has had a solid 60 year run on prime time television and helped sky rocket the careers of many of the show’s most iconic faces, including Michelle Keegan and Sally Dynevor.However, the beloved ITV soap has a few hidden secrets, rules and guidelines that are reserved especially for their cast.The series implies a strict holiday protocol upon their actors and one actress even invited her partner to watch her sex scenes for feedback.It appears that the soap couldn’t get much more scandalous than the behind the scenes antics.From fake kisses to first times, take a look at Corrie’s most shocking off-screen moments.Back in 2021, Tyrone and Alina shared an on-screen kiss - or did they?Covid was ravaging the nation but the show must go on in soapland, so bosses had to devise a cunning plan to broadcast their smooch to the nation.Alan Halsall, who plays Tyrone, and Ruxandra Porojnicu, who plays Alina, were filmed far away from each other while a real life couple took their place for the kiss. Two extras who shared a support bubble were filmed during the intimate moment on a bench, much to the amazement of Corrie viewers, and the soap's image remained intact.Ruxandra said that the move made filming “a challenge” but that she “enjoyed” the process.The crew also had to place actor Sue Devaney, who plays Debbie Webster, and Micheal Le Vell, who plays Kevin Webster, into a Covid bubble after they tested negative.
Inside Dancing on Ice pre-final party as Liberty Poole and Rachel Stevens return
Dancing on Ice has reunited for a much-needed pizza party ahead of the highly-anticipated live final this weekend.With the big night just days away, finalists Brendan Cole, Kimberly Wyatt and Regan Gascoigne have been putting in the hours to perfect their showstopping routines.But they’re not the only ones who have been practicing on this ice this week, as the entire celebrity line up has reunited with their professional partners for one last time.The group are set to take to the ice to show off the skating talents they have perfected throughout their time on the show for one last epic routine.And it’s clear to see that the team and more than thrilled to be back with their partners as Stef Reid shared the belated pizza party the group held in the kitchen after a long day of training.Throughout Friday night (March 25), former contestants including Connor Ball and Liberty Poole have been posting on their Instagram Stories about how it has felt to be back on the ice following their eliminations earlier on in the competition. The entire cast even posed for a group photo on the ice together as Coronation Street ’s Sally Dynevor shared the emotional picture to her Instagram Story after the finished practicing their final routine.
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Torvill and Dean say James Jordan was 'very weak' skater amid Dancing On Ice ‘fix’ claims
Dancing On Ice is “fixed”.They went on to insist that 2019 winner James Jordan’s skating skills were “very weak” at the start of the show.Dancing On Ice judges Jayne, 64, and Chris, 63, have been left rolling their eyes at the latest bout of accusations that their show is “fixed”.Some viewers have been complaining that some contestants on the popular ITV skating competition have an unfair advantage due to being professionally trained dancers. A lot of these comments were directed towards Brendan Cole, who was the first professional dancer to ever win Strictly Come Dancing with Natasha Kaplinsky back in 2004.However, the judges have insisted that Brendan’s former Strictly contemporary, James Jordan, was a “very weak” skater before he went on to win the show in 2019. With reference to the ongoing “fix” rumours, Jayne told The Sun: “We're used to it, aren't we, Chris really?”They added that they were "bored" of the accusations and Chris said: “We're just judging what we see. “But the majority of the time, it's the viewers at home that are voting to keep people in.”The Olympic legends offered up 2019’s winner James as an example, with Jayne saying: “James Jordan, we were very excited that he was doing it.“But his actual skating skills at the beginning were really very weak, very poor, and it was only the fact that he went away and worked really hard that moved him on.” These comments come after Happy Mondays star Bez, 57, admitted contestants with dance experience do have an advantage after he was voted out of the show.The star left the ITV show two weeks ago after losing in a skate-off against Coronation Street’s Sally Dynevor. He told The Sun: “For everybody, we're all in the same boat.