Monday, 16 April 2012

Sue Nicholls talks about Audrey's heart attack

Next Monday on Coronation Street, another confrontation in the War of the Salon results in Audrey's collapse from a heart attack.

Sue Nicholls took lots of advice and research to try to portray it accurately, though she still had to add a bit of drama for it for the telly.

On the official Corrie ITV site, Sue says she hopes she's found a good balance between reality and drama, trying not to do the "Hollywood" thing, clutching her chest.

Heart attacks don't always feel like that, especially not in women. We've already seen Audrey deal with high blood pressure with one power walk and about two days off the booze but the stress of the salon conflict with David doesn't seem to have done her any good at all.

ITV admits Audrey will survive. We'll see this storyline develop on Monday, April 23.

See what the British Heart Foundation have to say on Audrey's heart attack here.

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3 comments:

Adam Rekitt said...

What's the point of Sue Nichols doing research? She could actually have a heart attck on screen and we wouldn't know if it was realistic or not, because so many other aspects of the programme are so badly researched.

Anonymous said...

Lead in to David/Kylie split

Anonymous said...

Stop with your negatively, Adam. Driving me nuts. Watch the news for reality show.

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