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Coronation Street star Shelley King couldnt resist teasing host Bradley Walsh with spoilers as she made her appearance on The Chase: Celebrity Special.

The actress, who plays Yasmeen Nazir, was joined by her co-stars Jack P Shepherd (David Platt), Kym Marsh (Michelle Connor) and Daniel Brocklebank (Billy Mayhew) to win some money for charity in the one-off special.

Taking to the quickfire first round with Bradley, the host asked Shelley, 63, what was in store in the soap for Yasmeen Nadir.

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There are some very juicy things are going to happen to me very soon, she said with a wink and a flirty voice.

Why are you saying it like that? a baffled Bradley hit back.

I want to excite you, she then said back in a similarly flirty tone, much to the hilarity of the audience who burst into giggles.

Gesturing to them, she added: I dont really care about them, its you I want to excite!

Shelley was joined by her castmates Jack P Shepherd, Daniel Brocklebank and Kym Marsh (Picture: Rex)

Get your coat, Bradders, youve pulled!

Shelley wasnt lying when she was taking about a juice plotline coming her way on the soap, with a coercive control plot being filmed shortly after The Chase was recorded.

The Weatherfield resident is currently caught in a troubling plot revolving around Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholomew) attempting to control the unsuspecting shop assistant.

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Turning to scare tactics after she discovered he had put cameras in her home and left him, things have gone from bad to worse for Yasmeen when Geoff started insinuating he hasnt long to live.

But if Shelley can face the Dark Destroyer on The Chase (bagging £20,000 for charity in the process), then we have every hope Yasmeen will eventually make her way out of this troublinRead More – Source