Corrie's Charlie Condou reveals cast member is 'nastiest celeb' he's ever met

Corrie's Charlie Condou reveals cast member is 'nastiest celeb' he's ever met

17/01/2021 21:01:00

Corrie's Charlie Condou reveals cast member is 'nastiest celeb' he's ever met

CORONATION Street’s Charlie Condou sparked a showbiz guessing game by claiming cast member he worked closely with was the “nastiest celebrity” he’s ever met. The former soap star …

'who is it?'Coronation Street’s Charlie Condou sparks guessing game as he reveals cast member is ‘nastiest celebrity’ he’s ever metAmanda Devlin17 Jan 2021,17:02CORONATION Street's Charlie Condou sparked a showbiz guessing game by claiming cast member he worked closely with was the "nastiest celebrity" he’s ever met.

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The former soap star - who played Marcus Dent for seven years - asked fans on Twitter to confess the nice and nasty celebs they have a encountered - saying Lord of the Rings hunk Viggo Mortensen was his favourite.3Charlie Condou set tongues waggingCredit: Getty Images - Getty

Charlie wrote: “Who is the nicest celeb you’ve met? And who’s the nastiest?“Nicest - Viggo Mortensen was the absolute best when I worked with him.“Nastiest - someone I had to work with closely for a long time .”Janice Battersby star Vicky Entwistle replied: “I know! X” headtopics.com

3He worked alongside Anthony Cotton on the soapCredit: Getty Images - GettyOne person uploaded a snap of Sean Tully actor Antony Cotton.They were on-screen lovers but couldn’t stomach each other in real life.Charlie had a dig at Antony several years ago over the star’s love of posting snaps of his meals.

He tweeted: “Why do people post pictures of their dinner on Twitter?”A follower then asked: “What, like Antony Cotton does?”3Fans guessed Charlie was talking Anthony who he's had words with before Read more: Irish Sun »

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