Coronation Street’s Katie McGlynn makes a bold statement in a yellow dress suit as she enjoys a night out in Manchester
Katie McGlynn stood out from the crowd in a striking yellow skirt as she made her way to dinner in Manchester on Friday night.
The former Coronation Street star, 27, put on a leggy display when she went for a bite to eat at Gorilla Bar and Kitchen for her best friend Lee’s birthday.
The actress made hearts beat faster with the striking outfit, which consisted of a short mini skirt and a matching cropped jacket.
Showstopping: Katie McGlynn, 27, stood out from the crowd in a striking yellow skirt as she went to dinner in Manchester Friday night
The soap star showed off not only her enviable pins, but also a small plunging neckline in a black asymmetric top with a cutout across her chest.
She was wearing a black clutch and a pair of matching fishnet high heels.
Katie wore her dark brown locks in a half-up, half-down hairstyle, with a slight wave and her bangs that shaped her face perfectly.
The soap star left the ITV soap in 2019 after her character Sinead died following a heartbreaking cervical cancer storyline.
Sizzling: The actress makes hearts beat faster with the striking outfit, which consists of a short mini skirt and a matching cropped jacket
Sexy: The soap star not only showed off her enviable pins, but also flashed a small plunging neckline in a black asymmetric top with a cutout across her chest
But despite being off the cobblestones for over a year, Katie admitted that it has impacted her dating life as people tend to contact her because of her Corrie fame.
To talk with The sun, Katie insisted she doesn’t want to participate in online apps because it “don’t feel natural” to her after using them briefly in the past.
She told the publication: “I don’t know if I like anyone through a screen, and a lot of people who contact me would do so because I was on Corrie.
“Most of them would expect Sinead Tinker and not me, Katie McGlynn. They will be surprised to learn that we are not the same people. I mean, I’m alive to begin with.’
Katie went on to reflect on the past year, just weeks after she left Coronation Street, the coronavirus pandemic kicked off as the TV industry was forced to postpone, postpone and shut down production during the first closing.
The soap star said: ‘Because I haven’t been terribly busy, you do have doubts about the other parts of your life. And then you think, “Oh well, I haven’t found Mr Right yet. But we’re in a pandemic, so I can’t.”
Katie admitted it would be “good” if her dating life was complete, but she’s not “desperate” and knows it will happen, adding that she’d rather be alone than with someone “not right.”
Sinead, who? Katie previously said men expect her to be her late Coronation Street character Sinead Tinker and are “surprised” when they realize she’s different.