Coronation Street’s Tina O’Brien reveals bizarre secret about the Platt household

They have an odd trick for remembering their lines

Tina O’Brien has shared the trick that the Coronation Street cast use when they sometimes forget their lines.

The 35-year-old, who plays Sarah Platt on the soap, posted a picture of a bunch of scripts stored in the bread bin of the Platt family’s home!

She captioned the snap with: “Don’t expect to find any bread in the Platts’ bread bin.

“We sometimes need a place to hide our scripts but don’t tell anyone.”

Tina unveiled a set secret (Credit: @tinaob83 Instagram)

It seems the Corrie actors often hide their scripts in funny places around the set in case they need a quick prompt.

Tina has played her character from 1999 to 2007, before joining the ITV show again in 2015. So, she’s learnt all the tricks by now!

The actress has played Tina for years (Credit: @coronationstreet Instagram)

The mum-of-two also gave a behind the scenes sneak peek of night filming on Corrie.

She shared a clip of the set’s camera track that runs along the cobbles as they film characters walking around.

She captioned it with: “Night track” as they worked through the evening.

The star posted this night shot from the soap’s set (Credit: @tinaob83 Instagram)

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Tina recently revealed that the cast have taken to drinking marmite in hot water when they film outside in the cold for long periods.

She posted on Instagram earlier this month: “Cold day working outside at @coronationstreet needed something warming and bovril’ish Ali king recommended @marmite in hot water. I’m loving it 😍💪🏼However Its started a huge marmite debate in the green room LOVE it or HATE it? It’s pretty 50/50 here.”

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