UK Beverley Callard says Coronation Street legend Liz McDonald could be killed off last minute news


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- The Corrie icon thinks former Rovers Return landlady Liz will die after she decided not to go back

UK Beverley Callard says Coronation Street legend Liz McDonald could be killed off last minute news


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- The Corrie icon thinks former Rovers Return landlady Liz will die after she decided not to go back

UK Beverley Callard says Coronation Street legend Liz McDonald could be killed off last minute news
20 February 2021 - 22:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Beverley Callard believes her iconic Coronation Street character Liz McDonald could be killed off. After calling time on her character Bev was unable to return to Weatherfield to film a final exit last year because of a hip operation. The soap actress, who won hearts in the castle on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! at the end of 2020, reckons this is the last we've seen of former Rovers Return landlady Liz after she decided not to go back. Charlie Lawson as Jim McDonald and Beverley Callard as Liz McDonald in 1995 (Image: Granada Television) She said: “I think Liz may well die. They did say when I handed my notice in ‘we’re not going to kill Liz, we do want you to come back.' "But now I’ve made that decision I don’t want to go back, they may kill her off screen.” Bev, 63, told the Mirror she is now enjoying the chance to have some time to herself. Beverley Callard (Image: ITV/REX/Shutterstock) “I don’t want to be working 12 hours a day, 48 weeks a year.

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. She added: "We spend our lives more often than not doing what we’re told at work. I don’t want to do that any more.” Sign up to the free MEN email newsletter Get the latest updates from across Greater Manchester direct to your inbox with the free MEN newsletter You can sign up very simply by following the instructions here Announcing her departure at the end of 2019 Bev told the Loose Women panel that she was looking forward to 'going out with a bang' when her character left the soap after 30 years. The Corrie legend had teased a dramatic ending for her popular character. Read More Related Articles Fans are distracted by something as Lucy Fallon reveals she's taken up yoga She said: "They've said she will go with a bang. So I'm looking forward to that." Since joining the cobbles in 1989 Beverley had been involved in a host of dramatic storylines. They include the death of her baby daughter, long-running feuds with her son Steve McDonald, domestic abuse at the hands of on-screen husband Jim McDonald and being run over by drink driver Jenny Connor after having a fling with her husband Johnny. Liz's departure to Spain has been referenced by her son Steve, played by Simon Gregson.

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