Corrie’s Tina O’Brien reveals on-set blunder with co-star

Coronation Street‘s Tina O’Brien is currently part of a major storyline in which her character Sarah Barlow has been manipulated by Lydia Chambers (Rebecca Ryan) into thinking that her husband Adam (Sam Robertson) has been having an affair, even though Lydia has been stalking Adam.

But in real life, both Tina and Rebecca are good friends who get along really well, despite a minor incident on set.

Speaking on This MorningTina told hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary: “Rebecca, who plays Lydia, is so lovely and she playing is so convincingly that you do completely believe what she’s telling you.


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“She’ll probably be quite cross because there’s a scene we had to do where I had to throw a leek at her and I was meant to miss but my aim was so bad I hit her.

“But we had so much fun and we had a writer named Jonathan Harvey who writes some incredible lines, so we had some really, really great stuff to do.”

Talking about the storyline, which recently saw Carla Connor air her suspicions about Lydia, Tina said: “I think [Sarah will figure it out], I hope so. I think Sarah loves Carla’s advice di lei, I think she sort of looks up to her di lei so hopefully she will listen. “

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In upcoming scenes, Adam will think things are getting back on track between him and Sarah, but she will drop a bombshell, and that will be followed by a tense showdown leaving Adam seriously injured.

Let’s hope that Tina’s prediction comes true and soon, because it’s really looking like Lydia is getting her evil way at the moment.

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