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Coronation Street's Max Turner star supported by cast as he shares career news
Coronation Street star Paddy Bever's cast mates rushed to support him after he made an exciting announcement about his career.The 19-year-old actor – known to viewers as Max Turner – took to his Instagram page to let his followers know that he has been shortlisted for the Rising Star Award at the National Television Awards (NTAs).Viewers first saw Paddy on screen as David Platt's stepson back in 2021 when he took over the role from Harry McDermott, who had been playing Max since 2010.READ MORE: Corrie's Ryan Thomas sparks soap return rumours as he reunites with on-screen mumHarry departed the soap to make way for his acting studies and to seek other opportunities, leaving the door open for Paddy to join when the part was recast.Max has since become a fan-favourite on the show after a rocky start when he accused Daniel Osbourne of attempting to groom Summer Spellman, he then injured himself after falling while trying to trash Daniel's flat.But his bad behaviour on screen hasn't stopped him becoming popular with his Weatherfield cast mates, who rushed to show their support following his announcement.He wrote: "Incredibly excited to announce that I’ve been shortlisted for the National Television Award for ‘Rising Star’ (what a mouthful). I am so very grateful to all those who voted.
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Corrie's Millie Gibson flooded with praise as she shares snap with co-star after award win
Coronation Street's Millie Gibson has shared a morning after pic of her looking sleepy following her win at the British Soap Awards.The actress - who plays Kelly Neelan on the ITV soap - scooped the coveted award for Best Young Performer at the star-studded ceremony.She looked dazzling on the red carpet, exuding old school Hollywood glamour in a cream silk dress with bright red lips and her blonde hair in loose curls cascading down her back.But the 17-year-old looked a little less polished the next day.The snap shared on Instagram showed her wearing a blue and white checked mini dress and a comfy cardigan as she waited at a train station with her co-star Paddy Bever.Millie's hair was still slightly curly but the glam make-up was gone and she looked pretty tired.Paddy, who plays Max Turner on the cobbles, was casual in tracksuit bottoms and a coat, with his eyes covered by dark shades."@paddybever think we enjoyed ourselves last night?" the shot was captioned.Millie also shared a string of snaps showing her at the awards do.She told fans: "A blur, but a pleasure, feeling incredibly honoured. Thank you :)."Her followers flocked to the comments section to congratulate her on scooping the gong."So well deserved," one person posted."You look AMAZING!!!" said another.
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Corrie's Amy Barlow star Elle Mulvaney shows off natural beauty in glam selfie
Coronation Street actress Elle Mulvaney has shared a sweet snap of herself on Instagram for her 80,300 followers.The star, who plays Amy Barlow in the long running soap, posed in a hallway surrounded by stairs and bannisters as she smiled for the selfie.In the first picture, Elle wore a high neck sleeveless top in a bright blue colour and styled her brunette hair behind her shoulders.Subtle blonde highlights framed her face and she wore minimal makeup.The actress’ face was practically glowing as she gave a little smile to the camera, her face looking glossy and fresh as she posed in the corridor.The second picture showed her beaming from ear to ear as she angled her head slightly, showing off her impressive pearly whites.She wrote in the caption: “Swipe to see a smile,” with a cheese emoji.Fans and friends alike went wild in the comments as they flocked to shower the fresh faced star in compliments.Co-star Paddy Bever, who plays Max Turner in the ITV show, left her a flame emoji, to which she replied with two red hearts.A fan wrote: “Anyone ever told you how gorgeous you are?”Another said: “You have amazing teeth,” while one simply called her a “beautiful girl”.Elle recently showed her support for fellow cobbles actor Harriet Bibby after a special announcement.Harriet, who stars as Summer Spellman, announced that she has been nominated for a National Television Award and received a stack of support from her loved ones.The awards show, which is due to take place in September, has recently revealed its longlist of nominees and Harriet was up for Serial Drama Performance.As the current listing stands she is up for the award against her co-stars Charlie De Melo and Georgia Taylor who play Imran and his wife Toyah.Elle’s
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Coronation Street's Shona Platt star teases Max's future amid ITV villain arc
Coronation Street star Julia Goulding has teased the future of her on-screen stepson Max Turner amid his villain arc.The teenager has been in a world of trouble lately, accidentally spiking Amy Barlow's drink with drugs meant for his teacher Daniel Osbourne.He's done everything from breaking into Daniel's flat to exposing Nicky Wheatley as a former sex worker to impress his gang at school.Now, with Max shipped off to the Pupil Referral Unit after his expulsion from Weatherfield High, some fans have speculated he could fall in with another, worse, crowd of pals.And actress Julia, who plays Max's on-screen step-mum Shona Platt, had a few words on the upcoming storyline exclusively for Daily Star.Julia appeared at the MEN Pride of Manchester Awards, a star-studded ceremony dedicated to celebrating the city's heroes, last week, along with her Corrie co-stars Kimberly Hart-Simpson, Sair Khan and Shelley King.Also in attendance were former cast members Katie McGlynn, Victoria Ekanoye and Kym Marsh.Determined to keep tight-lipped on Max's future, Julia teased: "I couldn’t possibly tell you [what Max's future holds]. I mean, I am his stepmother so I think the sun shines out of his backside most of the time!" Speaking about her ideal Coronation Street storyline, she gushed on the red carpet: "More of the Platts, to be honest.