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See also: Heart Heart luckless romeo Ken Barlow Kenneth "Ken" Barlow is a fictional character in the long-running British soap opera Coronation Street. He is the only surviving character from the first episode of the series, in 1960 and is commonly known by his fans as the 'Silver Fox', in part because of his ability .
Tonight millions of faithful Coronation Street Coronation Street is an award-winning British soap opera. It is the longest-running television soap opera in the United Kingdom, first broadcast on Friday, 9 December, 1960 in the Granada region of ITV. watchers will see the start of another series of shocking twists in Ken's tangled love life.
And 37-year-old mother of two Denise - who plays Ken's bride-to-be Denise Osbourne Denise Osbourne was a fictional character played by Denise Black in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street. History
Denise's first marriage to the rich Frank ended in divorce when she ran off with Neil Mitchell. - will be at the centre of the sizzling siz·zle
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1. To make the hissing sound characteristic of frying fat.
2. To seethe with anger or indignation.
Her soap character has been having a clandestine affair with her Scots brother-in-law, Brian.
She has been torn between two lovers and has got herself, and everyone else, in a right emotional mess.
Denise says: "The thing is that she's in love with both men.
"When she's with Brian she loves him. And she's completely in love with Ken when he's with her.
"So she has two loves and all the guilt that goes along with that scenario."
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She says: "Denise doesn't mean to cause so much pain.
"Her problem is that she just doesn't know whether she's coming or going.
"And, anyway, it's my job to try to feel sympathetic towards her."
According to the actress - who had small roles in The Bill and Casualty before the ratings- grabbing glory of the Street - the viewers are on her side.
Denise adds: "I haven't had a single piece of hate mail since this storyline started.
"But I've had lots of reaction.
"Just about every opinion about what Denise should do has been offered as a good solution."
LIKE just about every soap watcher in the country, Denise feels sorry for the man she's cheated ... Ken Barlow.
"Poor old Ken, I can't remember whether I'm girlfriend No 24. But what I do know is that it's not looking good for him."
Denise chuckled as she chatted about the complexities of her character's love life because she has revelled in the TV role.
"This has been a dream for me to take on such challenging material.
"It's also been nice playing someone who is the centre of attraction for two men.
"But a lot of the scenes are quite gruelling and quite emotionally demanding.
"At the end of a day's work I sometimes go home and say to myself `Thank God all that's not happening to me!'''
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1. To emit small bubbles of gas, as a carbonated or fermenting liquid.
2. To escape from a liquid as bubbles; bubble up.
3. actress - who is married to songwriter Paul Sand and has a seven-year-old son Sam and a five-year-old daughter, Dandy - says she gets a lot of support at home.
She also revealed that she has a toe-tapping way of making sure that all the on-screen on·screen or on-screen
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1. As shown on a movie, television, or display screen.
2. Within public view; in public. angst doesn't get on top of her.
"I'd have a drink and then a dance," she said with a laugh.
"That works for me because it throws everything out of your mind."
Denise was careful not to give away any details of the crises which are due to hit the Street characters in this week's episodes.
What she did reveal was that this isn't the end of the scandal-ising scarlet woman Denise Osbourne.
"There's still more to come," she said ...
Almost as teasingly as her TV character.