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Halsall 'sad' about Vicky's exit; (Corrie)
Topic Started: Oct 17 2010, 04:56 PM (372 Views)
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Coronation Street star Alan Halsall feels "very sad" about the forthcoming departure of his screen wife Vicky Binns.

Vicky, who plays Tyrone Dobbs' adulterous wife Molly, is bowing out of the show after five years, following the exit of Tyrone's father figure Jack Duckworth (Bill Tarmey).

Alan said: "I feel very sad actually. This is how it is in Coronation Street. Characters come in. They are loved by millions and they do leave as well."

He went on: "It will be a tough time for Tyrone, he lost his father and he'll be losing his wife as well, but for me personally as an actor, I've spent five years working with Vicky, I will miss her an awful lot but I know she'll go on and do great things anyway."

Viewers have been gripped by the long-running storyline of the triangle between Molly, Tyrone and Kevin Webster (Michael Le Vell), who had an affair with Molly and may even be the father of her baby son.

Details of Molly's exit are yet to be revealed, but she has been rumoured to be one of the victims of the tram crash that marks the soap's 50th anniversary this December.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ukpress/article/ALeqM5hFWGazn9wOh-zarwrwuzbuJhh1xw?docId=N0295781287150404371A
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