Katie McGlynn impressed by showing off her brand new dark locks while heading out for a night out with friends.
The former Coronation Street star, 27, looked stylish as she enjoyed a night out at BLVD in Manchester on Saturday night.
Katie looked glamorous in a black tank top with a scoop neckline with thin pencil straps.
New look: Katie McGlynn wowed as she showed off her brand new dark locks on a night out with friends
Katie paired her top with a stunning pair of zebra print bottoms tied with a black and gold Gucci belt.
At her feet, Katie wore a pair of black heels, decorated with black balls of down on the thongs of the toes.
From her right shoulder, Katie carried a small black purse hanging from a silver chain link.
It comes after she says men expect her to be her late Coronation Street character Sinead Tinker and are “surprised” when they realize that she is different.
Stripes: The former Coronation Street star, 27, looked stylish as she enjoyed a night out in Manchester
In town: She walked to BLVD braless in a black top with a scoop neckline with thin straps like a pencil
The soap star left the ITV soap opera in 2019 after the death of her character Sinead following a heartbreaking story about cervical cancer.
Yet, despite not being on the cobblestones for over a year, Katie admitted it had an impact on her love life, as people tend to contact her because of her fame as Corrie.
Speaking to The Sun, Katie insisted she didn’t want to join online apps because it “didn’t feel natural” to her after briefly using them in the past.
She told the post, “I can’t tell if I like someone on a screen, and a lot of people who would contact me would because I was on Corrie.
“Most of them would wait for Sinead Tinker and not me, Katie McGlynn. They will be surprised to learn that we are not the same people. I mean, I’m alive to begin with.
Fashion statement: Katie teamed her top with a stunning pair of zebra print bottoms tied with a black and gold Gucci belt
Katie went on to reflect over the past year, as just weeks after leaving Coronation Street, the coronavirus pandemic began with the television industry forced to postpone, delay and shut down production during the first lockdown.
The soap opera star said, “Because I haven’t been very busy you are questioning other parts of your life. And then you’re like, “Well, I haven’t found Mr. Right yet. But we are in a pandemic, so I cannot ”.
Katie admitted that it would be “good” if her love life was complete, but she is not “desperate” and knows it will happen, adding that she would rather be alone than with someone who “hasn’t. reason ”.
Sinead, who? Katie previously said the men expected her to be her late Coronation Street character, Sinead Tinker, and that they were “surprised” when they realized she was different.