Her character is being framed for attempted murder by Pat Phelan. Actress Debbie Rush has opened up about her character Anna Windass' exit - and it could be deadly. The Corrie star has appeared in the soap for nine years and is leaving to pursue other acting work. But will her character leave the cobbles in a taxi or a body bag?
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She served villain Pat Phelan with a taste of his own medicine as she stabbed him to death in Friday's edition of Coronation Street. The year-old soap star - who plays waitress Anna Windass - also admitted that she suffered 'bruises' from their aggressive confrontation, but insisted that 'it's always been a joy working with him. Soften the blow: Debbie Rush revealed she shared 'a little cuddle' with actor Connor McIntyre before she stabbed his character Pat Phelan to death on Coronation Street.
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On the shelves were magazines with a picture of Debbie half undressed in a boutique changing room, showing to the world every inch and pound she had put on. Like many women, Debbie admits that she had put weight on slowly over the years. She had had three children — now 16, 19 and 20 -—and realised she was no spring chicken, she says. Middle aged spread had started to creep on and joining Corrie at the end of also had a huge impact on her weight. So the photos did me a favour. But after enlisting the help of ex-rugby star Andy Titterall, she overhauled her eating habits and started a series of circuit training to drop four dress sizes in four-and-a-half months to return to a size eight.