Coronation Street favourite barely recognisable as spoiler picture reveals new look

Coronation Street favourite Ali Neeson, played by actor James Burrows, is almost unrecognisable in new scenes filmed for the ITV soap.

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The character has been sporting a slight change to his appearance, ever since he returned to Weatherfield following a brief break at the start of the year.

Now, in scenes only just being filmed on the soap, the transformation seems to be carrying on with Ali sporting a longer hairdo than in recent months.

Not only that, but Michelle Connor’s son has also ditched his casual shirt and trouser combination in favour of a super smart tuxedo.

In scenes thought to be airing in around five weeks time, Ali will be dressed to impressed in a black suit with a matching bow tie, with his longer hair swept back.

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Corrie fans shocked as ‘disgusting’ father of Amy Barlow’s baby is revealed

The big reveal as to who was the father of underage Amy Barlow’s baby has left Coronation Street fans in shock, as they call out the dad-to-be as being ‘disgusting’.

The 14-year-old called thuggish gang leader Tyler Jefferies to tell her that she is pregnant and Twitter was lit up with viewers sharing their shock and despair that he was the one.

During Friday’s episode, Amy is seen calling the father of her unborn child, telling them, “I’m pregnant with your baby. I’m not lying, I swear. I need to see you, please.”

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Playing the Corrie Class Card: When Johnny met Jenny

Thanks Leslie, I love this analysis. This is really a lot like looking at an old movie. And, with Jenny sometimes looking sinister you could even say this storyline has elements of film noir to it. I wonder if Jenny will end up in a white dress or a white straight jacket first though her complete lack of interest in Kevin’s son Jack since her return points to her being a bit saner than before.

Jenny probably doesn’t recognise Jack, as he’s now played by a different actor, looking 3 years older and with a completely different hair colour!

Jenny, as an individual, is no more working class than Johnny in terms of privilege, interests and maybe even politics (guess work on the last one). If any of the residents can be called middle class it would be the current Nazirs, Ken and Daniel by virtue of their higher education. The other residents are divided by those having dosh and those who have not. What made Jenny a shock choice for Johnny was that she *currently* has a menial job. While class distinctions are becoming blurred in the UK, good old-fashioned snobbery is alive and well. I think the couple work well together and might become the new Alf and Audrey.

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