The largest female stars on Coronation Street, including Suranne Jones and Sarah Lancashire, are & # 39; ready to reunite on the boulders for a special 60-year anniversary & # 39;
The biggest female stars on Coronation Street are said to reunite on the cobblestones of a show on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the soap.
The special reunion show goes to a large number of leading Corrie ladies and where they have been since they left the award-winning soap The Mirror.
Actors such as Suranne Jones and Sarah Lancashire would play the lead role in Queens of the Street, which will be broadcast next year.
Star of the soaps: the biggest stars of Coronation Street are reunited on the cobbles of a show on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the soap – including Suranne Jones (shown in 2018)
Michelle Keegan, Julie Goodyear and Amanda Barrie will also be the focus of the show – which will view their Corrie highlights.
A source told the publication: & # 39; It's Corrie & # 39; s 60th birthday next year so ITV is planning some special shows to celebrate the milestone.
& # 39; The show launched the careers of some of the biggest stars on TV – especially those of Suranne and Sarah. It will be a real feast for all those women we've seen in the Rovers Return. & # 39;
MailOnline has contacted an ITV representative for comments.
The hour-long show is made by production company Spun Gold, which previously worked on ITV royal documentaries, according to the publication.
Reunion: Sarah Lancashire allegedly plays a star in Queens of the Street, which is on the bill next year, according to The Mirror (shown in 2013)
Famous face: Suranne Jones, 40, who played Karen McDonald from 2000 to 2004, is perhaps the most successful star who has acted on the Cobbles
Suranne Jones, 40, who played Karen McDonald from 2000 to 2004, is without a doubt the most successful stars who have acted on the Cobbles.
Since she left the show, she went to the star in acclaimed doctor Foster – where she won a Bafta for her portrait of a vengeful woman who was despised by her husband's affair.
She has since played as Victorian lesbian Anne Lister in the new BBC drama Gentleman Jack.
Star of the cobbles: Sarah Lancaster, who was from 1991 to 1996 larger than life bar staff Raquel Watts, has won prizes for her portrait in Happy Valley and Last Tango in Halifax
Amazing: the ITV soap royalty Michelle Keegan, Julie Goodyear (photo), Amanda Barrie will also be the focus of the show – who will view their Corrie highlights (shown in 1988)
Star: Michelle Keegan, who played Tina McIntyre from 2008-2014, also continued to record her name in the acting area as Corporal Georgie Lane in the BBC drama series Our Girl
Meanwhile, Sarah Lancaster, who played bigger than life bar girl Raquel Watts from 1991 to 1996, has won prizes for her portrayal in Happy Valley and Last Tango In Halifax.
Michelle Keegan, who played Tina McIntyre from 2008-2014, laso continued to secure her name in the acting area as Corporal Georgie Lane in the BBC drama series Our Girl.
Coronation Street is the longest running British soap in history and appeared in the history books in 2010 on its 50th anniversary.
And Bill Roache – who has been playing Ken Barlow since the first episode – also became & # 39; the world's longest running soap actor.
Soap veteran: Amanda Barrie, who played Alma Haliwell from 1988-2001, will appear at the reunion show
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