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Preview Clips: Monday 30th May

Tonight on Coronation Street...

7.30pm

Sinead is forced to turn down a modelling job to spend time with Chesney.

No offence Mr Connor but it sounds a bit dodgy that.

– Sinead Tinker

The police arrive on the Street and begin making arrests.
Callum's mum, Marion, shows up looking for David.

8.30pm

Phelan v Norris - this could get messy!

Are you talking to me?

– Pat Phelan

David points the police's crosshairs at someone else on the Street.
When Sinead's evening doesn't go to plan she vents her frustration over Chesney while knocking back the wine...

The end of the feud?

Tracy is finally getting her wish and Carla is leaving Weatherfield, but can she resist sticking the boot in one final time?

Kate Ford talks about all things Tracy and Carla!

How does Tracy feel when she hears Carla might not be moving away after all?

She panics because she can’t stand the thought of seeing her every day because of what happened with Robert. She wants her to move so that Tracy herself can move on.

Robert’s already warned Tracy to leave Carla alone – would she really risk her relationship with Robert just to get revenge on Carla?

She really doesn’t want to risk losing him but something happens that puts their relationship in jeopardy.

Is she confident Robert would give her another chance if she messed up again?

No, she knows that he wouldn’t. But something drastic happens that means she acts impulsively.

Does she really love Robert, or would she still always put herself first at the end of the day?

She always puts herself first but as far as her loving someone goes she does feel really happy with him and she does care for him. When they were married he was a bit of a drip but during their time apart he did actually do quite well for himself. He used to be a carpenter but then became a successful chef. Now she views him in a different light because she is an opportunist. She fancies him more now because of who he is. She felt he was holding her back before with his mundane lifestyle. Now she's older that’s more appealing.

Could Robert (or anyone) ever really tame her?

I think she does want more stability in her life now and Robert is providing that for her. Now she has her own business with the florist’s she feels as if she’s going places so she’s happy with Robert.

Do you prefer Tracy being with a good guy or a bad boy?

Tracy makes her own trouble anyway so even when she’s with a good guy she’s always up to something. I don’t think it makes much difference, the battles are just different.

Would breaking up Carla and Nick truly make her happy?

Her intention isn’t really to split them up, she just wants to get rid of Carla.

Carla and Tracy have had a lot of run-ins over the years, but what do you think is the main reason Tracy hates her so much?

She sees Carla as the real bitch on the street, she’s convinced she’s nasty, but it’s Tracy who has the bad reputation with the other residents. She wants her exposed. And Carla’s not much better than Tracy really - she cheated on her fiance - she just hides it better. Tracy’s jealous of her and she’s very angry that she grassed Rob up.

What’s been your favourite Tracy-Carla scene/storyline?

It was fun when we filmed on top of the cliff (after the minibus crash) because Ali King convinced me to do my own stunt and I’m terrified of heights. I had this harness on under my costume attached to this massive vehicle but it was still really scary. Afterwards I loved the adrenalin. I felt like I’d really achieved something.

Bus Crash \- Behind the Scenes

Will you miss working with Alison King?

Yes, definitely. We are very good friends.

Would you like Tracy to have a new nemesis and if so, is there anybody currently on the cobbles in mind?

I think it would be nice for her not to go straight into battle with someone else, maybe explore other things for a while.

Are you enjoying Tracy and Amy’s relationship?

I do enjoy doing those scenes. It’s nice seeing Amy becoming a little more like Tracy and also turning into a teenager. I’ve heard from so many people how that can be in real life!

Picture Previews: Mon 30 May - Fri 3 Jun

This week on the Street: David tries to protect his family as the investigation into Callum's death begins. Sinead makes a pass at Aidan - don't tell Eva! Will returns looking for Michelle and Zeedan has a decision to make...

Marion slaps David - blaming him for Callum’s death.

Shortly after, the police arrive to arrest David and Kylie!

But the police also want to talk to Jason...

Jason's unnerved when DS Kerr points out that he had a strong motive for murder and the opportunity to dispose of the body.

Jason furiously accuses David of trying to implicate him to cover his own tracks. Gail and Eileen weigh in to defend their sons.

But Gemma certainly believes Jason could have killed Callum.

First Pic: Will Todd Learn The Truth?

In the aftermath of next week's dramatic events, Todd is baffled when Sarah lets slip that she saw Callum’s dead body.

Todd humours Sarah and promises to keep her confidence and asks who killed him. But, Todd’s eyes widen in shock as Sarah whispers her reply in his ear!

Will she tell him the truth? And if she does, what's Todd going to do about it?

Extras

CORRIE 360: Discover the secrets in Carla's flat
BRITISH SOAP AWARDS: Show your support!

Corrie Weddings

As Nick and Carla's wedding approaches, take a look back at some if the weird, wild and wonderful weddings of Weatherfield.

The first Street wedding was that of Jack and Annie Walker’s daughter Joan to Gordon Davies on 8th March 1961.

The most recent - before this week - was Sally Webster and Tim Metcalfe’s nuptials on 5th October 2015.

On 4th August 1962, Ken Barlow, now the show’s longest-running original character, married for the first time, having sold his scooter to fund the wedding. Valerie Tatlock became bride number one when she walked up the aisle at St Mary’s. Ken married a further three times, to Janet Reid in 1972 and Deirdre Langton in 1981 and again in 2005.

Gail Rodwell and Steve McDonald are the most-married characters, each having walked down the aisle six times.

Six couples have married each other twice: Brian and Gail Tilsley (left), Jim and Liz McDonald, Kevin and Sally Webster, Steve and Karen McDonald, Ken and Deirdre Barlow, and Nick and Leanne Tilsley.

The most enduring marriage on the Street was that of Jack and Vera Duckworth, who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary weeks before Vera’s death in January 2008.

The shortest marriage was that of Steve McDonald and Tracy Barlow, whose union fell apart during their wedding reception in 2012.

Carla Connor has been married three times before, to Paul Connor, Tony Gordon and Peter Barlow...

...While Nick Tilsley has had two previous weddings, both to Leanne (nee Battersby), in 1998 and 2013.

There have been 110 weddings in Coronation Street’s 55-year history - although some have barely lasted past the vows!

Hopefully Nick and Carla will have more luck!
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Extras

CORRIE 360: Discover the secrets in Carla's flat
BRITISH SOAP AWARDS: Show your support!