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Emmerdale Vinny Dingle star looks unrecognisable in sun-soaked Cyprus snaps
Emmerdale actor Bradley Johnson looks totally unrecognisable in his latest Instagram outing.The Vinny Dingle actor, 23, is enjoying a holiday in Cyprus and took to Instagram to share a snap of him enjoying an espresso martini at sunset.The actor, who is known for wearing casual hoodies, glasses and jumpers in the soap, looked dapper in a smart cream t-shirt as he ditched his specs.Bradley beamed to the camera while stood on a balcony as the sky lit up in a beautiful haze of orange and red behind him.The hunky star captioned his snap: "Sunset drinks".Vinny was on cloud nine after getting hitched to his wife Liv Flaherty earlier this year but Bradley said earlier this month his on-screen character's happiness will be "short lived".Bradley appeared on This Morning alongside his co-stars Mark Charnock and Kevin Mathurin and the actors discussed Emmerdale's nominations at this year's British Soap Awards with soap expert Sharon Marshall.Bradley teased what's in store for his character, saying: "For Vinny, as we know, his happiness is very short lived."I believe we've got a visitor coming to the village which is Sandra, which is Liv's mum, and I believe she causes a bit of a stir so we'll have to wait and see." Bradley also discussed how he feels about being recognised, saying: "It feels amazing and again a massive thanks to the producers and writers for writing so amazingly for the pair of them.
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Emmerdale's Rosie Bentham ditches bra in backless silky gown that clings to her curves
Emmerdale actress Rosie Bentham shared a few pictures of herself online looking glamorous, as she went braless in a backless gown.In one photo that she uploaded to Instagram, Rosie was facing away from the camera, walking down a hallway.The actress had donned a slinky satin dress that was cut to her lower back, clinging to her curves, with straps lacing up to her neck.The deep teal of the dress offset her glowing tan as she tossed her golden tresses out of the way.She shared a shot of herself facing the camera, where her followers got a glimpse of the front of her dress, the plunge neckline flaunting her curves.She teamed the dress with fine gold jewellery, wearing a chain bracelet around her wrist and a pendant necklace.Her make-up was effortless, with neutral, shimmery eyeshadow and a slick of pink lipstick.She captioned the images: "What a night".One follower gushed: "Omg Rosie stunning x."A second commented: "You looks stunning Rosie." While a third wrote: "You're just so Gorgeous!!!!"For more of the latest showbiz news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Rosie had uploaded a full-length snap of herself in the gown at the British Soap Awards earlier in the evening.She captioned it: "best soap u what".Rosie appeared on stage to accept the gong with her castmates.
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ITV Corrie stars flood Summer Spellman actress with support after huge announcement
ITV soap Coronation Street have been showing big love to their co-star Harriet Bibby after a huge announcement this week.It was revealed that the young actress, who plays 16-year-old Summer Spellman in the show, has been put up for a National Television Award.The huge event, which is set to take place in September, announced its long list of talented actors and actresses up for the special award with many Corrie stars making the cut.Harriet is up for the best Serial Drama Performance in the ITV soap after her harrowing storyline of struggling with an eating disorder over exam stress and her diabetes diagnosis.Harriet isn't the only Corrie star in the category either as she's up against co-stars Charlie De Melo, who plays Imran Habeeb, and his on-screen wife Toyah, played by Georgia Taylor.Corrie legend Maureen Lipman, who plays Evelyn Plummer, is also up for an award along with Kelly Neelan actress Millie Gibson.There are also stars from other hit soaps that have been nominated including Gillian Wright who plays Jean Slater in EastEnders, actor Harvey Virdi who portrays Misbah Maalik in Hollyoaks and Marlon Dingle actor Mark Charnock in Emmerdale.People were quick to show their love and support for Harriet on the nomination including her on-screen bestie Amy Barlow, played by Elle Mulvaney.Taking to her Instagram story, the actress wrote: "She's only gone and got nominated for an NTA!" She then encouraged all her followers to vote for her friend and other Corrie stars.Elle also tweeted saying: "Super super proud to say that the brilliant @HarrietBibby is up for an NTA!!!!" before retweeting a post and adding: "The TALENT in this category."Her on-screen boyfriend Jacob Hay, played by Jack James Ryan, shared a photo of
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'Total eye-opener' Emmerdale's Mark Charnock 'shocked' over 'sheer weight' of stroke plot
Emmerdale actor Mark Charnock was left in “shock” after doing research for the show’s storyline that sees his character, Marlon Dingle, suffer a stroke. The 53-year-old told Express.co.uk and other media outlets how finding out more about the condition has been a “total eye-opener” for him.He also highlighted the “sheer weight” of the stroke figures in the UK, where “a stroke occurs every 5 minutes”.Mark said: “Working with Emmerdale‘s research team and the Stroke Association on this storyline has been a total eye-opener for me.“We hear the word ‘stroke’ bandied around a great deal, but being confronted with the sheer weight of numbers in this country alone has been a shock.“A stroke occurs every 5 minutes in the UK - over 100,000 a year.”Mark has expressed hopes that his portrayal will raise awareness on the “devastating” consequences of a stroke.He said: “More can and should be done to raise awareness and hopefully, this story can help with that.“It’s an enormous responsibility to try and get it right for the survivors and their families and for those who’ve lost loved ones to this awful event.The TV star continued: “No two strokes are the same, but the after-effects are devastating.“I’m very proud of the show for telling it and for letting me be a part of it.”Elsewhere during the interview, Mark reflected on how the stroke changed Marlon’s life “forever”.He explained that, following the stroke, Marlon’s outlook on the future changed as he feared he “can’t be the dad he wanted to be” for his children.Mark said: “I don't think he’s going to get to where he wants to be for a long time, and we're just at the beginning of his journey.“He can't work anymore, and he feels, wrongly, that he can't be the dad he wants to be
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Emmerdale's Mark Charnock urges viewers to 'change their lifestyles' after Marlon's stroke
Emmerdale star Mark Charnock, 53, has reflected upon the show’s storyline that sees his character, Marlon Dingle, suffer a stroke.The actor spoke to Express.co.uk and other media outlets about the scenes that will change Marlon’s life “forever”.Speaking of Marlon’s perspective on life after the stroke, Mark explained that the character now thinks he “can’t be the dad he wanted to be” for his children.However, other characters, including Marlon’s love interest Rhona Goskirk, will support him following the traumatic experience.Mark said: “I don't think he’s going to get to where he wants to be for a long time, and we're just at the beginning of his journey.“He can't work anymore, and he feels, wrongly, that he can't be the dad he wants to be anymore, which is everything to him, because of his incapacitation.“But because of Rhona and Paddy and other characters who come into this story who are a big support, there's some comedy in it too, there's some fun to be had in it and some lovely scenes with Paddy, really funny and well written in the hospital quite early on.“There’s a great deal of hope that things can only get better from where they are, there’s positivity to be had from it too so hopefully apart from it being distressing, traumatic for the characters, also it will inspire them to get their lives back.”Mark went on to explain how he hopes the impactful storyline inspires viewers to make a positive change to their lives.He said: “And hopefully it will inspire the people watching to maybe change their lifestyles a little bit in order to head this off before it happens to them – because it happens to so many people."Elsewhere in the interview, Mark admitted that the new plot is set to change Marlon’s life “forever”,
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Emmerdale fans point out 'obvious' TV blunder as Marlon Dingle adjusts to life at home
Emmerdale fans have pointed out an “obvious” TV blunder after Marlon Dingle finally returned home after he suffered a life-changing stroke during the latest instalment of the popular ITV soap.The long-standing character – played by Mark Charnock – has been on a whirlwind of a journey over the last few weeks as he slowly adjusts to his new life as a stroke survivor.Many viewers were left in shock as the show pulled on the heartstrings after Tuesday (April 26) aired the heartbreaking scenes where his young daughter April attempted to care for him after he returned home from the hospital.During the show, the brunette beauty was enjoying spending time with her father in his bedroom but things took a turn for the worse when she attempted to help him drink a glass of water.It was at this point that the doting dad started to choke on the water, as April immediately panicked, thinking he was having another stroke as she desperately shouted for Rhona to come and help him.The terrifying incident left quite the impact on both Marlon and his daughter, as the high school student was left scared that something bad will happen to her did while she is around him.But many ITV viewers were surprised by her slightly brash actions towards Marlon after the distressing scenes occurred in the village. As she gave him a glass of water, one Emmerdale user claimed the student “yanked: his head back and should have been properly informed how to give her dad a drink by his medical staff.
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