Shelley's hen night blues
As Shelley prepares to marry nasty Charlie, a Corrie match surely doomed to end in disaster, their stag and hen nights reveal the true nature of bride
10:55 09 September 2005
As Shelley prepares to marry nasty Charlie, a Corrie match surely doomed to end in disaster, their stag and hen nights reveal the true nature of bride and groom.
Shelley spends her hen night worrying about the fact that Charlie has asked her to choose between therapy and marriage. Zack, her therapist, has been banned from the wedding by the ghastly Charlie, who is presumably worried that he'll make Shelley see sense.
At the hen night, the girls finally tell Shelley what they really think of her husband-to-be, leaving the poor bride at a loss as to what to do.
Meanwhile Charlie leaves his stag night to seduce another woman and take her to bed. He too wakes up wondering what to do.
A Corrie insider said: "Charlie is lying in bed with another woman and full of dread for the day ahead. He is afraid that Shelley would not be able to live without him and decides to make tracks."
Shelley herself prepares for the wedding by downing a pill and brandy chaser in the Rovers, but she'll need more than Dutch courage to survive life with Charlie.