Hi, Rosie Webster here again, with another sexy story from Coronation Street. Remember last time? I had got myself a job on a TV presentation show and as a result spent an incredible night of lesbian love making with Rachel Riley, from "Countdown" Well as a result of the show, my agent was contacted by a London agency asking whether I could go down to do a trial shoot for a leading "Lads Mag" I jumped at the chance and a couple of weeks later I was on a train, my portfolio in hand, heading for what I hoped was the big time. Sat opposite me on the train was a very attractive lady. She was probably in her early forties, very classy looking with shoulder length blonde hair and impeccably dressed.
Coronation Street: Rosie Webster boobs - Daily Star
Helen Flanagan has revealed she is embarrassed by her large boobs and has vowed she will no longer wear the low-cut dresses she is famed for, opting instead for demure polo neck jumpers. I just wear whatever dress I think is prettiest x. Last week she showed off her enviable figure in a brightly coloured orange and pink bodycon dress to celebrate her final episode in ITV soap where she played Rosie Webster for 12 years. Celebrating with pals at No. She also sported an extremely low-cut grey Agent Provocateur dress at the leaving party of her Corrie co-star Katherine Kelly.
Helen Flanagan poses completely topless in the shower for a new racy shoot
I can't see Sunita working at The Rovers for very long, though from the way she handled Dev's nonsense when he saw her there I think she looked like a pro at her job. A cook? Can anyone replace the hotpots after Betty's death occurs? I hope they don't go the way of the other soap and bring in a curry business, as it would be too copycat. Hopefully the hotpot will be given a place of honour on the menu in remembrance of dear Betty.
Rosie Webster's glamour modelling career looks like it is going down the drain before it has even started. The Corrie character, played by Helen Flanaghan, was desperate to become the next Jordan but is less than happy with the way her first shoot has turned out. She is showed the poster at a Weatherfield bus shelter by Graeme Proctor, played by Craig Gazey, only to find out she is advertising a drain cleaner.