Will she stay.. or will she go? STREET'S SHELLEY IN WEDDING RIDDLE.
THIS is the moment wavering Corrie bride Shelley Unwin arrives at church - but will everything turn out all white on her big day?
In pictures seen for the first time, Shelley (Sally Lindsay) is shown going ahead and tying the knot with devious bully Charlie Stubbs - and fleeing the church leaving furious Charlie (Bill Ward) at the altar.
Alternative endings to the Street's cliffhanger wedding were filmed to keep the outcome a mystery. Everyone involved has been sworn to secrecy and viewers won't know which ending has been chosen until the shows are screened next Monday and Wednesday night.
The fraught wedding is the climax of a slow-burning storyline which has seen Rovers' landlady Shelley become a shadow of her self thanks to Charlie's cruel mental abuse and manipulation.
On Sunday Shelley is thrilled when her mum Bev (Suzie Blake) and Deirdre (Anne Kirkbride) organise a hen night. But joy turns to dismay when she realises the women have got her to the party to turn her against Charlie.
Determined to go ahead with the wedding she throws them out - as Charlie secretly has a last fling with a woman he met on his stag night.
Actress Sally, 31, said: "Shelley is nervous about walking up the aisle.
"The hen night has really affected her and she has to face all these people who have been saying things about Charlie.
"Part of her wants to show them they are wrong and she aims to marry Charlie to prove it. Bill and I had a ball filming.
"People in the street keep telling me not to go ahead with it and I just tell them to watch when the wedding episodes are on and enjoy the surprise.
"We have been amazed by the interest and the number of photographers turning up while we've been filming."
"It's lovely that for once viewers won't know the outcome until the night. Everyone will be shouting at the screen 'don't do it.' "
FULL OF DOUBT: Shelley is a bag of nerves as she arrives at church; VERSION ONE: She weds Charlie; VERSION TWO: She flees
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Sep 15, 2005|
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