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Corrie's Katie McGlynn flashes leg in slashed red dress amid major announcement


Katie McGlynn has officially left the Coronation Street cobbles behind, celebrating her latest acting gig with a stylish behind-the-scenes snap.

The 26-year-old, who became a household name playing Sinead Tinker on the ITV soap, posed outside her dressing room on set, a smile lighting up her face.

Wearing a fitted leopard print gown, Katie flashed her toned legs as the plunging red number fell elegantly to the floor.

She paired the look with some white leather cowboy boots, the pointed toes elongating her legs as she struck a pose before the camera.

Her platinum locks styled in waves, Katie enhanced her natural beauty with smokey dark eye-makeup and lashings of nude lipgloss.

Katie McGlynn celebrated her return to work yesterday evening

In a looping cursive, her name was written across her door, with the name “Richard Ayoade” scrawled across the next room.

Celebrating the new gig, she said: “The sloth has officially migrated from her habitat and is finally feeling like a woman again!! ⁣⁣

“Couldn’t think of a better way to get back into work than with today’s job… especially being next-door neighbours with Richard Ayoade!!! Don’t know if I’ll be watching it back though.”

Katie rose to fame playing the beloved Sinead Tinker on Corrie

Taking to the comment section below the snap, Katie’s fans congratulated the soap star on her return to work, eagerly awaiting her screen comeback.

One said: “So proud of you!”

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“Glad to see you out and about,” chimed a second.

Written by Kay Mellor, Katie has joined the cast of BBC One drama The Syndicate

And a third exclaimed: “Absolutely stunning xxx.”

Katie has joined the cast of BBC One drama The Syndicate, which is set to return for a fourth series after a five-year break.

Written by Kay Mellor, the show tells the story of members of a betting syndicate, tracing the many ways their lives change after they win the lottery.

Though the air date for the series has yet to be confirmed, this season will reportedly centre on the staff at the fictional Woodvale Kennels.





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