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Coronation Street fans were left distracted after Debbie Webster and Ryan Connor kicked off their money making plan.In recent episodes, the Bistro has been suffering with money problems and in an attempt to salvage their profits, they have been hosting themed parties at the venue.However, Debbie’s thirst for money has taken a dark turn after she decided to team up with Ryan.READ MORE: Coronation Street fans rumble how Ryan gets caught out as insurance scam goes wrongHowever, during a recent scene in which Ryan attempted to steal money from the Bistro safe, Fans were more distracted with Debbie’s unusual new hairstyle.Fans took to Twitter to discuss her strange choice and one wrote: “What’s with Debbie’s ‘There’s Something About Mary’ hairstyle?”Another scathingly commented: “Debbie’s getting hair tips from Cameron [Diaz]!”Others noticed that her hair had “very ‘There’s Something About Mary’ vibes,” whilst others compared her to Elvis and Tin Tin.The scene took place as Debbie and Ryan planned to pull an insurance fraud after Ed Bailey suffered a shock whilst working in one of Webster’s hotels.During a recent Casino Night, Debbie asked the DJ to fake a break in so that she could sneakily claim on her insurance to earn a bit of extra dosh.However, Debbie’s bold attitude didn’t last for long as she got cold feet at the last minute, telling Ryan that the staged robbery was a no-go.Ryan was annoyed and told Debbie that he was planning to fuse the electrics in an attempt to take cash from the Bistro’s safe.Right on cue, the Bistro’s power went out and a reluctant Debbie was forced to help Ryan with his wrongdoings.Bistro customers decided to take refuge at the Rovers while Ryan robbed the restaurant’s cash, but whilst he was
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Coronation Street fans spot major Ryan blunder as he calls Debbie from police station
Coronation Street fans were left rather baffled during the latest episode after Ryan Connor contacted Debbie Webster from the police station to discuss their criminal deeds.On Wednesday night's show, the police including Craig Tinker tried to discover who was behind the Bistro theft.But things quickly turned sour when the CCTV camera caught Ryan red-handed and he was later lead to the nearest police station.READ MORE: Coronation Street fans rumble how Ryan gets caught out as insurance scam goes wrongHowever while at the station, Ryan called Debbie to discuss how he could get out of the hot mess he's currently in.But due to the fact that Debbie is also involved in the crime fans noticed that the call on the police phone was a huge blunder as it could be recorded.Jumping onto Twitter, one person said: "I Thought you was only Allowed a phone call for couple of minutes, But Ryan has been on the phone for at least 10 minutes, Also I'm sure the Police can hear the recording of his call."Another person wrote: "Has neither Ryan or Debbie considered his outgoing phone call from the police station will be getting recorded?2A third added: "Ryan discussing the crime with Debbie #corrie using the phone in the police reception area, doh."Meanwhile a fourth shared: "Those calls are recorded aren't they??? Always worth speaking about the crime you've committed on the police phone at the booking in desk?!?!?!"Near the end of the episode, Ryan did manage to walk out of the police station however he still has his criminal charges firmly pressed against him.Speaking to Debbie in the street, Ryan told her that she needs to get him out of the predicament he's in or he will have no other choice to tell the truth.But as things became more
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Coronation Street in upcoming scenes after being electrocuted in Debbie Webster's hotel.Debbie calls at the hospital with a cheque for Ed, but Aggie tells her it is not enough.She then delivers an ultimatum and tells Debbie to call a good lawyer, as they have already hired Adam to take on their case.READ NEXT: Inside Michael Angelis' life - sudden death, Corrie star ex-wife and children's TV fameWhat will happen next? And what does the future have in store for Ed, Aggie and Debbie as tensions rise? Since joining Coronation Street in 2019, actor Trevor Michael Georges has become a huge part of Weatherfield life as Ed Bailey, and here, Daily Star takes a look inside the actor's life away from the cobbles.Although Trevor Michael Georges is fondly known by fans as Weatherfield resident Ed Bailey, the actor has had roles in a number of rival soaps before his Corrie stint.He played Sergeant Cooper in BBC hospital drama Casualty in 2003, before playing a dad in EastEnders one year later in 2004.Trevor also appeared as Paul Kelly in Doctors in 2006, as well as Gareth Gannon in Holby City in 2019.That's not all, as the actor also rose to fame in TV series such as The Ink Thief, opposite Crystal Maze legend Richard O' Brien in 1994, before landing huge roles in series including Whitechapel, People Just Do Nothing and Doctor Who - where he was the vicar at the ill-fated marriage of Catherine Tate's character Donna Noble.He also most recently appeared as Dayo Baako in Noughts And Crosses, as well as landing his now famous Coronation Street role in 2019.In 2020, Trevor Michael George's cobbles character Ed Bailey was the victim of racism, after he was targeted with vile comments by Don.Trevor has since spoken openly about the
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Corrie's Ronnie 'set Ed up to be electrocuted' as fans twig sinister true identity
Coronation Street's Ed Bailey could be in a whole heap of trouble after being electrocuted last week, as fans think his brother Ronnie is up to no good.Ed was working on one of the radiators at Debbie Webster's hotel when he was thrown back by an electrical blast, ending up in hospital with his wife Aggie by his side.The pair swore revenge on Debbie, with Aggie threatening to bring her solicitor in on things after the Bistro owner refused to apologise and accept liability, though she knew the electrics hadn't been checked for more than a year.READ MORE:Emmerdale's Paige Sandhu sends fans wild as she shows off figure in sheer minidressEarlier in the week, Ronnie had shown a picture of a derelict pub to Ed and Paul, suggesting that they go in on buying it together to redevelop into housing.But fans have spotted what could be a sinister ulterior motive behind the plans, as Ronnie encouraged Ed to leave Steve's roofing job in order to head to the hotel to get more cash for the renovations.Taking to Reddit, one user posted: "So I may be way off about this because I missed the scene when Ed had his accident. Could Ronnie have set him up somehow?"He was really keen for Ed to leave the roof job at Steve's house for work at the hotel instead, and he wants money for the renovation of the building he plans to buy.
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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.
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