Inside Coronation Street's epic Christmas party as stars glam up and look very different to their characters | The Sun

THE Coronation Street cast reunited for an epic Christmas party after it was cancelled last year.

The stars glammed up and looked very different to their characters in a Manchester bar last night.

Harriet Bibby who plays Summer stole the show in a feathery top with matching pink eyeliner.

The likes of Cobbles favourites Sally Dynevor and Jane Danson took over the dance floor early on as Gorton reggae band Ruff Trade – well-known Manchester buskers – played live tunes.

Kirk actor Andy Whyment and Jimmi Harkishin who plays Dev puckered up for a selfie at the bar.

Andy caught a lot of the action and shared it on Instagram, including more snaps with pals Alison King (Carla Connor), Alan Halsall (Tyrone Dobbs) and Sam Aston (Chesney Brown).


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They made the most of the night after ITV bosses made the decision to pull the bash in 2021 over the Covid Omicron variant.

This year the ITV soap opera has received a glittering makeover in order to celebrate Christmas in style.

The Coronation Street set is now adorned with an abundance of colourful Christmas lights hanging across the famous terraced houses.

It is hoped the decorations will cheer up the residents and spread some Christmas magic to the Rovers, the Bistro and Underworld.

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The Manchester set has also seen a large Christmas tree arrive opposite the iconic Rovers Return.

Another festive addition is the Coronation Street Christmas market.

While there is always hope for festive cheer during the holiday season, life in Weatherfield more often consists of doom and gloom.

Fans of the programme will see Ken's former barge-based lover Martha make a shock appearance throwing a spanner in the works between Ken and his current partner Wendy Crozier.

Summer and Aaron will continue to face tough decisions after deciding to sell their baby to Esther and Mike.

Max Turner will also become a pivotal talking point this Christmas as his harrowing grooming plot gets further underway.

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