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Coronation Street’s Tina O’Brien parties with a cardboard cut-out of her on-screen mum Gail Platt

Coronation Street’s Tina O’Brien parties with a cardboard cut-out of her on-screen mum Gail Platt whereas on a woman’s night time out in Manchester

Coronation Street’s Tina O’Brien loved a night time out ‘partying’ with her on-screen mum Gail Platt on Saturday.

While out with her associates at Bongo’s Bingo in Manchester, Corrie actress Tina O’Brien, 39, a cardboard minimize out of Helen Worth, 71, was introduced on stage.

Much to her amusement, the cut-out was waved round as the gang cheered and she or he raised her arms with pleasure on the humorous second.

Party time: Coronation Street’s Tina O’Brien loved a night time out ‘partying’ with her on-screen mum Gail Platt on Saturday

The Instagram profile for the occasions company captioned the video shared on social media: ‘When you go for a quiet night time on the bingo and find yourself taking part in to your (on-screen) mum.’

Tina reposted the hilarious clip to her 497,000 followers on Instagram, exhibiting the vigorous scene in Manchester.

The pair have been on-screen mother-and-daughter since 1987, with drama from the second she was born when her father Brian rejected her as a result of of Gail’s affair with his cousin Ian Latimer.

Mum's on the town! While out with her friends at Bongo's Bingo in Manchester, Corrie actress Tina O'Brien, 39, a cardboard cut out of Helen Worth, 71, was brought on stage

Mum’s in town! While out with her associates at Bongo’s Bingo in Manchester, Corrie actress Tina O’Brien, 39, a cardboard minimize out of Helen Worth, 71, was introduced on stage

Long-term: The pair have been on-screen mother-and-daughter since 1987, with drama from the moment she was born when her dad Brian rejected her because of Gail's affair

Long-term: The pair have been on-screen mother-and-daughter since 1987, with drama from the second she was born when her dad Brian rejected her as a result of of Gail’s affair

It comes after Corrie star Tina revealed that she doubts she’ll be on the cleaning soap for so long as veteran Bill Roache – and admits she ‘desires’ of starring in additional interval dramas.

The actress, 39, instructed MailOnline she would remodel her look for her subsequent function, dying and chopping off her hair for the prospect to seem in a present like Netflix sequence The Crown.

Mother-of-two Tina has warned her 13-year-old daughter Scarlett, who’s showing in Waterloo Road, that TV is not as ‘glamorous’ as she might imagine and to be ‘form’ to everybody on set regardless of their job title.

Great times: Much to her amusement, the cut-out was waved around as the crowd cheered and she raised her hands with joy at the humorous moment

Sharing: Tina reposted the hilarious clip to her 497,000 followers on Instagram, showing the lively scene in Manchester

Great instances: Much to her amusement, the cut-out was waved round as the gang cheered and she or he raised her arms with pleasure on the humorous second

 

Hilarious: The Instagram profile for the event captioned the video shared on social media: 'When you go for a quiet night at the bingo and end up playing for your (on-screen) mum'

Hilarious: The Instagram profile for the occasion captioned the video shared on social media: ‘When you go for a quiet night time on the bingo and find yourself taking part in to your (on-screen) mum’

Speaking on the Football For Change Fundraising Gala, which was held in partnership with MailOnline on Thursday, Tina mentioned: ‘I do love the truth that Coronation Street can really feel like going dwelling. There’s one thing about it that is comforting. Even the theme tune… it is like a little blanket.

‘It’s bizarre as a result of I by no means did see myself being on Coronation Street for this lengthy, I like it, however I am unable to see it being perpetually. I’m undecided I’ll be as fortunate as William Roache. That is a very particular character and a very particular individual. He is superb and we’re all in awe of him.

‘The likelihood is it is most likely not going to occur for me. I do love my job – I like it. It’s an incredible environment on set. I’ve a actual love for interval dramas. When I left the present, I did The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister. 

‘I like interval dramas so for me that is my coronary heart. I’d dye my hair brown, I’d minimize it off, I simply need to be in a corset. Stick me in a interval drama and I’ll be blissful. I began watching The Crown just lately from the start and I like it.’ 

'I just want to be in a corset': Coronation Street star Tina O'Brien doubts she'll be on the soap for as long as veteran Bill Roache ¿ and admits she 'dreams' of starring in more period dramas

‘I simply need to be in a corset’: Coronation Street star Tina O’Brien doubts she’ll be on the cleaning soap for so long as veteran Bill Roache – and admits she ‘desires’ of starring in additional interval dramas

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