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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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David Tennant confirmed for epic Doctor Who role reprisal after almost a decade
Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker will be killed off later this year and turn into David Tennant.The actor will sensationally reprise his role for one story where he will be reunited with old companion Donna Noble played by Catherine Tate.But after just one episode, his time will be up and he will regenerate into the new Doctor being portrayed by Ncuti Gatwa.A source said: "This is the first time this has ever happened in the show’s history. It marks its 60th birthday next year and what better way to celebrate."Jodie is bowing out as the BBC show’s ever female Time Lord later this year.The Thirteenth Doctor will meet her match going up against The Daleks, The Cybermen and The Master.However, when she regenerates, she will change back into Tennant who has been voted fans’ favourite Doc of all time.The Scots actor was The Tenth Doctor from 2005 until 2010.But now in a dramatic twist, he will also become The Fourteenth Doctor.And when he changes his face, Sex Education star Ncuti will be The Fifteenth Doctor.New showrunner Russell T Davies teased about Tennant and Tate’s return: "They’re back!"And it looks impossible - first, we announce a new Doctor, and then an old Doctor, along with the wonderful Donna, what on earth is happening?"Maybe this is a missing story.
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Catherine Tate talks Doctor Who return on The One Show 12 years after BBC series exit
BBC's The One Show and addressed some certain Dr Who rumours.On Monday (March 14), she was welcomed onto the show by hosts Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas, to talk about her new ventures.But during the conversation, Jermaine asked her if it was true she could be returning to the sci-fi series.Jermaine asked: "Now Catherine, there is a rumour going around that you might return for the 60th anniversary of Doctor Who..."To which she replied: "Is there? I've probably started a lot of them..."What can I tell you...? No, I wish there was."Alex then interjected: "Nothing?"Catherine then quipped: "Well, no one has been in touch. I'm on the same number, so if you've got the money, I've got the time."In the series, Catherine played Donna Noble who was a former companion of the Tenth Doctor.She departed from the series in 2010 and hasn't made an appearance since.This comes after Alex was left red-faced during Friday evening's (March 11) episode after Bryan Adams swore live on air.Brian appeared on the programme alongside Drag Race star Michelle Visage and spoke openly about his mother and how she made the decision to remove her son from school at age 14.Sharing the details, Bryan said: "She went to the headmaster and said 'I'm taking my son out of school, he wants to go and join a band.
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