(This post was originally posted by Flaming Nora on the Coronation Street Blog July 2017, reposted to this blog with permission.)
Jennie McAlpine, who plays Fiz in Coronation Street, has been speaking to Inside Soap magazine this week as the mag celebrates its 25th birthday. There's a lovely photoshoot with Jennie in the mag, but you'll have to buy it to see the pics.
She says the one scene that everyone still talks about is the one above, when Fiz was on the factory roof not long after she joined the show. Fiz climbed up to the top of the knicker factory to protest about Mike Baldwin - and she took her top off. Jennie says: "I actually did that. All my modesty was covered, but it was in the middle of blimming winter!"
She also reveals a fear of dogs and wasn't best pleased when she had to put two puppies down her top in a scene with Kirk at the kennels. She's also had to get into bed with an Irish Wolfhound.
And, in the aftermath of Chesney's stabbing, Jennie reveals that Fiz's maternal side will kick in. "Fiz is angry with the lot of them," she says.
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