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' I'm like, 'No, it's acting.' But most people seem to get it." Sacha insists she is comfortable with the controversial plotline but doesn't know what the future holds for Sian and Sophie.

She added: "I haven't been in work since we shot the last kiss and just a little bit after, so I actually don't know what's going to happen.

All twelve of them were still trying to figure out the script."Are we very quick learners, or are they..." The girl winked."No bloody clue." Sacha shrugged, taking a sip of her drink, "Good script though.""Well," The brunette leant in close to Sacha's ear, "Have you heard the rumours? They were quite good friends, so why ," The brunette smirked, "This Sian Powers character is going to be gay.""Seriously?

Brooke Levi Vincent (born 4 June 1992 ) is an actress in the British soap opera Coronation Street.

The warring pair are usually shown bickering but Sophie will find an unlikely source of support in her sister.

Helen Flanagan, who plays Rosie Webster, said: “You’ll be surprised at how she reacts. When you love your sister, you support her.” In August, gay Corrie actor Antony Cotton criticised the soap for not having enough gay characters. We’ve got 70 people in ours [Coronation Street] so there should be seven gay characters at least.

In an interview on 7 September 2010 with Brooke Vincent and Sacha Parkinson, both these young actresses discussed their roles in the lesbian storyline, whereby, their relationship transformed from best friends to girlfriends, with the realization of their sexuality.Even though she had insisted she'd be fine, Leigh hadn't taken no for an answer.If she was through to the last round of auditioning for Coronation Street, there was no way her mother was going to let her daughter go by herself.Coronation Street did not have any gay activity until 2003, despite its massive gay fanbase.Prologue – "Rumours"The room was full of teenage girls.