Coronation Street’s Alan Halsall would ‘love’ Fiz and Tyrone to reunite

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Coronation Street viewers were heartbroken when Fiz and Tyrone broke up earlier this year, with the mechanic going on to start a relationship with new girlfriend Alina.

But now Alan Halsall, who plays Tyrone Dobbs, has teased a reunion between the ITV soap’s previously much-loved couple, admitting he’d “love” to see them back together in the future.

Opening up about the explosive love triangle and whether there’s any hope that Fiz and Tyrone could get back together down the line, Alan said he was all for a reunion.

The 38-year-old said: “Personally, as an actor, or course I would love that.”

He continued: “We’ve worked together for a long time and I love working with Jennie McAlpine who plays Fiz. She’s a joy.”

However, he did go on to admit that he’s not sure what’s on the cards and that it could be a very long road until viewers see the pair’s relationship mended.

Alan said: “I don’t know what will happen. Whether they can reconcile their differences on screen, we’ll have to wait and see.”

He added: “I’m sure that will be a long way away even if they do.”

Meanwhile, Tyrone’s got his hands full with Alina, who has just dropped the bombshell news that she’s pregnant.

Alan explained: “Tyrone saw Alina as an exciting new life and a way out of the rut he was in, but she’s now pregnant, so he wonders if he’s swapped one life for the same life.

“He’s trying to play the supportive partner and he is happy now he’s getting used to the idea but it certainly isn’t what he envisaged.

“He’s a good dad and I’m sure he’s going to be thrilled starting a family with Alina, but also he knows what it takes and maybe that’s part of the reason that he’s thinking, ‘wow, it’s not this exciting new motorbike-riding lifestyle that I’m going to be living after all.’”

Alan also opened up about how it feels going from being one of the show’s most popular characters to finding himself firmly in viewers’ bad books.

He said: “I don’t think he’s up there with the bad guys just yet, but for sure he’s let people down.”

"There was never an intention to hurt people. He was a bit bored and plodding through life and he just found himself in this situation where he was presented with what he thought was going to be a new exciting life and he ran with it.”

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