Nick Tilsley

23 Mar 19
Metro
(Picture: ITV) Everyone appears to have a secret to hide in the wake of Rana Habeeb’s (Bhavna Limbachia) devastating death in the recent factory collapse in Coronation Street but two people acting shiftier than anyone are Gary Windass (Mikey North) and Seb Franklin (Harry Visinoni). Carla Connor (Alison King) is overwhelmed by guilt and soon becomes public enemy number one, with many wondering whether she had a hand in bringing the roof down for the insurance payout. Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) is also worried about being implicated as the police take statements, knowing that he and Carla could face manslaughter charges. But then again, so could Gary – as, in a desperate need for the money, he agreed to fix the roof on the cheap for Carla despite knowing that it urgently needed replaced as was in danger of caving in. As tributes are laid outside the factory, Gary is racked with guilt and when he is called to make a police statement, will he come clean about what is being hidden? As he withholds facts, a horrified Sarah Platt (Tina O’Brien) warns him that they are over for good if he doesn’t come clean about the factory roof, plunging him into a dilemma. As the heat is turned up on Carla, who takes some time away, Gary is unnerved to find the builder’s yard gate unlocked. And later, Gary finds his tools stolen and his van vandalised. He does get a lift when Anton and Jan call on him to offer him work on a new housing build but when Seb discovers it’s the same place he will be working, he is left seething. Sarah is convinced that angry Seb is behind the break in at the builder’s yard and wants to call the police but Gary doesn’t want them involved. Meanwhile, Seb suggests to Gary that Gary and Jan are cowboy builders and likely responsible for the collapse of the factory. But is he just trying to pass his own guilt onto someone else? One to watch: Friday 29th March at 8:30pm on ITV.
22 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
CORONATION Street’s Carla Connor can be seen sitting in the street shaking after going awol in upcoming scenes for the ITV soap. The devastated character is blaming herself for the Underworld factory’s roof collapse – which killed Rana Habeeb earlier this week. Carla looks shell-shocked following the accident Following the tragic disaster, Carla – played by Alison King – will take centre stage, with Rana’s death having a devastating impact on her mental health. New photos now show the character shivering on the street as she is seemingly comforted by Robert, played by Tristan Gemmill. The two actors were spotted filming on location, with Carla looking shell-shocked as she hugs her knees to her chest and stares at the ground – clearly struggling to come to terms with what has happened in Weatherfield. The factory boss is dressed in black leggings, a black jumper, grey gilet, and scruffy trainers. Robert seemingly stops to comfort his former foe At one point the factory boss pushes Robert’s hand away Robert looks his typically suave self in a blue suit and smart shoes. The character has a concerned look on his face as he appears to offer comfort to his foe, who he blames for the break up of his and Michelle’s relationship and at one point, Carla can be seen pushing Robert away. However, there is a chance that Robert’s concern is actually the result of a guilty conscience, with the businessman one of the six suspects in the frame for causing the roof collapse. There are six suspects in the frame for causing the accident [bc_video video_id=”6016244744001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Rana Nazir dies in the Underworld factory collapse”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] As well as Carla and Robert, Nick Tilsley, Peter Barlow, Gary Windass, and Seb Frankin could have been involved – and fans are desperately trying to work out who was behind the disaster. The reason that Carla blames herself for the accident is because she was told that the roof of her company needed replacing and she refused to hold off production on a huge order to fix it. Meanwhile, Gary and Nick both knew that the roof was unsafe – which might have inspired them to take the opportunity to cause an accident. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
22 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
CORONATION Street’s Carla Connor can be seen sitting in the street shaking after going awol in upcoming scenes for the ITV soap. The devastated character is blaming herself for the Underworld factory’s roof collapse – which killed Rana Habeeb earlier this week. Carla looks shell-shocked following the accident Following the tragic disaster, Carla – played by Alison King – will take centre stage, with Rana’s death having a devastating impact on her mental health. New photos now show the character shivering on the street as she is seemingly comforted by Robert, played by Tristan Gemmill. The two actors were spotted filming on location, with Carla looking shell-shocked as she hugs her knees to her chest and stares at the ground – clearly struggling to come to terms with what has happened in Weatherfield. The factory boss is dressed in black leggings, a black jumper, grey gilet, and scruffy trainers. Robert seemingly stops to comfort his former foe At one point the factory boss pushes Robert’s hand away Robert looks his typically suave self in a blue suit and smart shoes. The character has a concerned look on his face as he appears to offer comfort to his foe, who he blames for the break up of his and Michelle’s relationship and at one point, Carla can be seen pushing Robert away. However, there is a chance that Robert’s concern is actually the result of a guilty conscience, with the businessman one of the six suspects in the frame for causing the roof collapse. There are six suspects in the frame for causing the accident [bc_video video_id=”6016244744001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Rana Nazir dies in the Underworld factory collapse”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] As well as Carla and Robert, Nick Tilsley, Peter Barlow, Gary Windass, and Seb Frankin could have been involved – and fans are desperately trying to work out who was behind the disaster. The reason that Carla blames herself for the accident is because she was told that the roof of her company needed replacing and she refused to hold off production on a huge order to fix it. Meanwhile, Gary and Nick both knew that the roof was unsafe – which might have inspired them to take the opportunity to cause an accident. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
22 Mar 19
The Sun
CORONATION Street’s Carla Connor can be seen sitting in the street shaking after going awol in upcoming scenes for the ITV soap. The devastated character is blaming herself for the Underworld factory’s roof collapse – which killed Rana Habeeb earlier this week. Carla looks shell-shocked following the accident Following the tragic disaster, Carla – played by Alison King – will take centre stage, with Rana’s death having a devastating impact on her mental health. New photos now show the character shivering on the street as she is seemingly comforted by Robert, played by Tristan Gemmill. The two actors were spotted filming on location, with Carla looking shell-shocked as she hugs her knees to her chest and stares at the ground – clearly struggling to come to terms with what has happened in Weatherfield. The factory boss is dressed in black leggings, a black jumper, grey gilet, and scruffy trainers. Robert seemingly stops to comfort his former foe At one point the factory boss pushes Robert’s hand away Robert looks his typically suave self in a blue suit and smart shoes. The character has a concerned look on his face as he appears to offer comfort to his foe, who he blames for the break up of his and Michelle’s relationship and at one point, Carla can be seen pushing Robert away. However, there is a chance that Robert’s concern is actually the result of a guilty conscience, with the businessman one of the six suspects in the frame for causing the roof collapse. There are six suspects in the frame for causing the accident [bc_video video_id=”6016244744001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Rana Nazir dies in the Underworld factory collapse”] [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] As well as Carla and Robert, Nick Tilsley, Peter Barlow, Gary Windass, and Seb Frankin could have been involved – and fans are desperately trying to work out who was behind the disaster. The reason that Carla blames herself for the accident is because she was told that the roof of her company needed replacing and she refused to hold off production on a huge order to fix it. Meanwhile, Gary and Nick both knew that the roof was unsafe – which might have inspired them to take the opportunity to cause an accident. Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
22 Mar 19
Metro
Here is our marvellous @CharlieDemelo to tell you that there is no Coronation Street on tonight. BUT, if you watch the video you might get a little preview of what's coming up on Sunday's hour long special… Join us on Sunday 24th March at 8pm ❤️ #Corrie pic.twitter.com/0sskBCRw7n — Coronation Street (@itvcorrie) March 22, 2019 Coronation Street is set to air more heartbreaking scenes on Sunday night in the wake of Rana Habeeb’s (Bhavna Limbachia) death in the factory collapse. Kate Connor (Faye Brookes) was left absolutely distraught when her trapped bride died in her arms after they exchanged their wedding vows. As fans continue to be devastated by the ending to the love story, Coronation Street has offered a preview to Sunday night’s extended episode which airs in place of tonight’s double bill, which is not on due to football. Introduced by Charlie de Melo who plays Rana’s brother Imran, the clip shows the opening scenes which involve Kate sobbing uncontrollably over her loss while looking at the wedding ring. It also shows Carla (Alison King) looking empty and bereft at the tragedy of the situation as Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) holds her close. (Picture: ITV) Meanwhile, Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) arrives in hospital to visit his injured wife Sally (Sally Dynevor). Sally offers a weak but relieved smile that she has survived after her fall. During the episode, fans will also be re-introducted to Wayne Hayes (Adam Barlow) – the former foster child of Roy Cropper (David Neilson) – who is leading the investigation into the roof collapse. Several people are left worried by how they could be implicated in what has happened and face charges of involuntary manslaughter. As Carla is blaming herself, Gary Windass (Mikey North) and Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) also feel they bear some burden of the guilt and fear the ramifications. (Picture: ITV) What viewers know is that an unknown figure sabotaged the roof deliberately so while Carla is set to face the heaviest blame in the wake of the roof caving in, someone out there knows that they are the one truly responsible for Rana’s death. But it’s going to be quite some time before viewers will learn the truth so look out for those clues and red herrings! [metro-zone-post-strip]
22 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

Coronation Street was one of the most shocking deaths to date with ITV soap. It was all because of the collapse of the factory, which followed patchy works on Pat Phelan's (played by Connor McIntyre). In the thrilling double bill of Wednesday night, viewers watched in horror as poor Rana Habeeb (Bhavna Limbachia) lay under […]

21 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

Sally (played by Sally Dynevor) protested on the roof of the Underworld factory when the building had collapsed into ITV soap. Coronation Street was buried under rubble, but it was found grateful. Sally was taken by doctors and transported to a stretcher in an ambulance, but it was not confirmed that she will be fine. […]

20 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
DAVID Platt accuses Nick Tilsley of of sabotaging the factory roof so he can bag the insurance cash in tonight’s Coronation Street. The hairdresser is convinced Nick is responsible for the carnage after Underworld imploded while the workers had locked themselves inside out of protest. David accused his brother of sabotaging the roof to get the insurance cash Sally Metcalfe and her sister Gina were on the roof when it came crashing down, leaving fans worried about her fate. And now David is convinced Nick is tampered with the building so he could benefit financially. David said: “You didn’t seem that surprised when you heard about the roof. “You seemed worried about the people inside… but not all that surprised.” Nick was offended by the accusations Nick then insisted the reason he wasn’t that surprised about the roof collapsing is that Carla told him it might need replacing. But David added: “There you were saying you were about to lose your business to another greedy woman. “And you were saying to Natalie how you’re expecting a big payment. “So you weren’t talking about the insurance from the factory?” One well-loved character will die as a result of the factory collapse Nick then asked David if he thinks he’s capable of doing something that could kill potentially kill someone. David said: “Yeah.” It has been revealed that at least one-loved character will have lost their life following the tragedy, although it hasn’t been announced who it will be. The factory workers were all inside when the roof collapsed after they decided to occupy the factory to protest their boss Carla Connor deciding to outsource knicker production to keep costs down. There is debris scattered everywhere But she was later spotted lying in the debris of the factory The factory workers were inside protesting when the roof collapsed The Corrie roof collapse wasn’t an accident – and there is six possible suspects [article-rail-section title=”Most read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”169″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] The factory workers were all inside when the roof collapsed after they occupied the factory to protest their boss Carla Connor outsourcing knicker production to keep costs down. The protesters – accompanied by Gemma Winter and Emma Brooker – stormed the factory and barricaded themselves inside. Meanwhile, Sally and Gina headed up onto the scaffolding which had been put up by builder Gary Windass who was in the middle of doing a patch-up job on the dodgy roof. But the peaceful protest soon took a nasty turn when the sisters had a furious argument as months of tension comes spilling out and a scream was heard before Sally fell and the roof caved in on itself. Sally will be left fighting for her life while Abi Franklin, Tyrone Dobbs and Sally’s husband Tim will be also be at risk when they rush in to the factory after Sally’s fall and the initial collapse. [bc_video video_id=”6016032301001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Underworld factory is littered with bodies following roof collapse”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
20 Mar 19
The Sun
DAVID Platt accuses Nick Tilsley of of sabotaging the factory roof so he can bag the insurance cash in tonight’s Coronation Street. The hairdresser is convinced Nick is responsible for the carnage after Underworld imploded while the workers had locked themselves inside out of protest. David accused his brother of sabotaging the roof to get the insurance cash Sally Metcalfe and her sister Gina were on the roof when it came crashing down, leaving fans worried about her fate. And now David is convinced Nick is tampered with the building so he could benefit financially. David said: “You didn’t seem that surprised when you heard about the roof. “You seemed worried about the people inside… but not all that surprised.” Nick was offended by the accusations Nick then insisted the reason he wasn’t that surprised about the roof collapsing is that Carla told him it might need replacing. But David added: “There you were saying you were about to lose your business to another greedy woman. “And you were saying to Natalie how you’re expecting a big payment. “So you weren’t talking about the insurance from the factory?” One well-loved character will die as a result of the factory collapse Nick then asked David if he thinks he’s capable of doing something that could kill potentially kill someone. David said: “Yeah.” It has been revealed that at least one-loved character will have lost their life following the tragedy, although it hasn’t been announced who it will be. The factory workers were all inside when the roof collapsed after they decided to occupy the factory to protest their boss Carla Connor deciding to outsource knicker production to keep costs down. There is debris scattered everywhere But she was later spotted lying in the debris of the factory The factory workers were inside protesting when the roof collapsed The Corrie roof collapse wasn’t an accident – and there is six possible suspects [article-rail-section title=”Most read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”325″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] The factory workers were all inside when the roof collapsed after they occupied the factory to protest their boss Carla Connor outsourcing knicker production to keep costs down. The protesters – accompanied by Gemma Winter and Emma Brooker – stormed the factory and barricaded themselves inside. Meanwhile, Sally and Gina headed up onto the scaffolding which had been put up by builder Gary Windass who was in the middle of doing a patch-up job on the dodgy roof. But the peaceful protest soon took a nasty turn when the sisters had a furious argument as months of tension comes spilling out and a scream was heard before Sally fell and the roof caved in on itself. Sally will be left fighting for her life while Abi Franklin, Tyrone Dobbs and Sally’s husband Tim will be also be at risk when they rush in to the factory after Sally’s fall and the initial collapse. [bc_video video_id=”6016032301001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Underworld factory is littered with bodies following roof collapse”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
20 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
DAVID Platt accuses Nick Tilsley of of sabotaging the factory roof so he can bag the insurance cash in tonight’s Coronation Street. The hairdresser is convinced Nick is responsible for the carnage after Underworld imploded while the workers had locked themselves inside out of protest. David accused his brother of sabotaging the roof to get the insurance cash Sally Metcalfe and her sister Gina were on the roof when it came crashing down, leaving fans worried about her fate. And now David is convinced Nick is tampered with the building so he could benefit financially. David said: “You didn’t seem that surprised when you heard about the roof. “You seemed worried about the people inside… but not all that surprised.” Nick was offended by the accusations Nick then insisted the reason he wasn’t that surprised about the roof collapsing is that Carla told him it might need replacing. But David added: “There you were saying you were about to lose your business to another greedy woman. “And you were saying to Natalie how you’re expecting a big payment. “So you weren’t talking about the insurance from the factory?” One well-loved character will die as a result of the factory collapse Nick then asked David if he thinks he’s capable of doing something that could kill potentially kill someone. David said: “Yeah.” It has been revealed that at least one-loved character will have lost their life following the tragedy, although it hasn’t been announced who it will be. The factory workers were all inside when the roof collapsed after they decided to occupy the factory to protest their boss Carla Connor deciding to outsource knicker production to keep costs down. There is debris scattered everywhere But she was later spotted lying in the debris of the factory The factory workers were inside protesting when the roof collapsed The Corrie roof collapse wasn’t an accident – and there is six possible suspects [article-rail-section title=”Most read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] The factory workers were all inside when the roof collapsed after they occupied the factory to protest their boss Carla Connor outsourcing knicker production to keep costs down. The protesters – accompanied by Gemma Winter and Emma Brooker – stormed the factory and barricaded themselves inside. Meanwhile, Sally and Gina headed up onto the scaffolding which had been put up by builder Gary Windass who was in the middle of doing a patch-up job on the dodgy roof. But the peaceful protest soon took a nasty turn when the sisters had a furious argument as months of tension comes spilling out and a scream was heard before Sally fell and the roof caved in on itself. Sally will be left fighting for her life while Abi Franklin, Tyrone Dobbs and Sally’s husband Tim will be also be at risk when they rush in to the factory after Sally’s fall and the initial collapse. [bc_video video_id=”6016032301001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Coronation Street’s Underworld factory is littered with bodies following roof collapse”] Got a story? email digishowbiz@the-sun.co.uk or call us direct on 02077824220. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
20 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
THERE are some dark times coming up for Carla Connor in Coronation Street following the tragedy at Underworld. And as a much-loved resident dies, the finger of suspicion is pointed very firmly at the factory boss. But is she really responsible? And what will happen to her? Let’s find out… Carla will blame herself and the guilt of the roof collapse will send her spiralling into a breakdown Does Carla Connor go to prison in Coronation Street? Not as far as we know, but following the death she’s told there could be a case for manslaughter because she knew the roof was unsafe and she has to give a statement to the police. It might be hard to pin on her though because no one was actually supposed to be in the factory at the time of the collapse. The workers were in there to protest about their jobs, which Carla has actually been trying to save. It might be hard to pin the blame on her though because no one was actually supposed to be in the factory at the time of the collapse. Is she REALLY responsible? Carla will blame herself and the guilt will send her spiralling into a breakdown as the events of the last 12 months all catch up with her. She should have listened to Gary Windass when he told her the roof needed replacing, but Carla was trying to find a solution which meant production of their large order could continue. While she’s one of the official suspects, it’s hard to imagine Carla scaling the factory roof in her heels and taking a crow-bar to it. Nick Tilsley knew that the roof was dodgy and needed repairing – which makes him a suspect. Does anyone else know? Gary Windass and Nick Tilsley both know that the roof was dodgy and needed repairing – which makes them both suspects. In her guilt Carla will confess to Peter Barlow that she knew the roof was unsafe but didn’t get it fixed. And Gary has told Sarah Platt who will tell him their relationship is over if he isn’t honest about the roof.
20 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
THERE are some dark times coming up for Carla Connor in Coronation Street following the tragedy at Underworld. And as a much-loved resident dies, the finger of suspicion is pointed very firmly at the factory boss. But is she really responsible? And what will happen to her? Let’s find out… Carla will blame herself and the guilt of the roof collapse will send her spiralling into a breakdown Does Carla Connor go to prison in Coronation Street? Not as far as we know, but following the death she’s told there could be a case for manslaughter because she knew the roof was unsafe and she has to give a statement to the police. It might be hard to pin on her though because no one was actually supposed to be in the factory at the time of the collapse. The workers were in there to protest about their jobs, which Carla has actually been trying to save. It might be hard to pin the blame on her though because no one was actually supposed to be in the factory at the time of the collapse. Is she REALLY responsible? Carla will blame herself and the guilt will send her spiralling into a breakdown as the events of the last 12 months all catch up with her. She should have listened to Gary Windass when he told her the roof needed replacing, but Carla was trying to find a solution which meant production of their large order could continue. While she’s one of the official suspects, it’s hard to imagine Carla scaling the factory roof in her heels and taking a crow-bar to it. Nick Tilsley knew that the roof was dodgy and needed repairing – which makes him a suspect. Does anyone else know? Gary Windass and Nick Tilsley both know that the roof was dodgy and needed repairing – which makes them both suspects. In her guilt Carla will confess to Peter Barlow that she knew the roof was unsafe but didn’t get it fixed. And Gary has told Sarah Platt who will tell him their relationship is over if he isn’t honest about the roof.