If you only do one thing today, make sure it is watch this hilarious moment from last night's Coronation Street. You won't regret it!
Last night’s Coronation Street has left fans in stitches after everyone’s favourite character Mary Taylor attempted to do the floss dance in the middle of the cobbles!
Over the last few weeks lovely Mary has taken Tyrone under her wing after she saw he was struggling without his grandmother, Evelyn, around to help.
But as Mary settles into her new role as Tyrone’s personal chef, childcare, cleaner and all round good egg, Tyrone has been left wondering if perhaps she is getting the wrong end of the stick and thinks he is single.
Tyrone is of course still in a relationship with Fiz Brown who has departed Weatherfield temporarily while her wayward daughter Hope gets help at a specialist school – but now Tyrone can’t help think that Mary is coming on to him.
Last night’s hilarity began in the first episode of the evening when Mary came over to the garage to give Tyrone his mid-morning snack… offering Kevin Webster the perfect opportunity to tease his friend about Mary’s intentions.
Tyrone was then left shocked when he got home for his lunch and Mary had whipped up a whole lasagne, complete with wine chilling in the fridge!
But despite being worried that he might be giving Mary the wrong idea as she invited herself to join him for the meal, Tyrone couldn’t resist the gourmet menu that she has rustled up.
The highlight of the episode came when Mary saw Tyrone from across the street and showed him that she has been practising her ‘floss’ dance that she had apparently been taught by Tyrone’s daughter, Ruby.
Tyrone was left red-faced as she flossed without a care in the world in the middle of the cobbles, leaving Kevin, and soap fans across the nation, in stitches.
By the second instalment of Coronation Street last night, Tyrone was completely convinced that Mary fancied him when she offered to give him a massage after his long day at work.
But of course it was all a huge misunderstanding and when Tyrone confronted Mary about her ‘feelings’ she was left heartbroken that her good intentions had been misinterpreted.
Tyrone was thrown when Mary told him in no uncertain terms that she did’t fancy him, so he bought up the subject of the Valentine’s card, convinced that it was her who sent it to her.
But Mary confessed the card was actually from Ruby and she has written it to disguise who it was from.
Realising he had some apologising to do, Tyrone tried to make amends as he bumped into Mary in the Rovers later that evening. But it seems the damage might have already been done as Mary told him a few home truths.
Is this the end of everyone’s favourite new Corrie double act?
Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.
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