CORONATION Street's Jamie Kenna has revealed his secret side job away from the soap.
The actor – who plays Phill Whittaker on ITV show – said he was thrilled to be back gigging earlier this month.
The TV star, 48, has been at the centre of Fiz Stape and Tyrone Dobb's love triangle since joining the soap in 2021.
But away from the screen, Jamie is a talented singer and guitar player.
He shared a snap of him standing in front of a mic and told fans: "Very excited to be gigging this jubilee Friday. Can’t wait to see you all there!"
Fans were thrilled with the announcement, with many sharing their excitement about Jamie's performing.
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It comes after Corrie fans were left in shock after Fiz agreed to marry Phill despite his horrifying betrayal.
The knicker stitcher – who is played by actress Jennie McAlpine in the ITV soap – discovered that Phill was writing a book about her serial killer late husband John.
Having moved out of the house she and Phill bought, Fiz returned to the cobbles and stayed with cheating ex Tyrone.
But Phill later popped the question, Fiz said yes – delighting him and the girls.
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Despite Phill admitting that he was only doing this to help Fiz get her side of the story across.
Viewers were shocked at Phill's shock true intentions.
One wrote: "#CoronationStreet Phil is caught out by Hope."
Another posted: "F***ing dump him Fiz. He is a big w****r."
A third said: "Never did like that Phil. Fiz and Tyrone 4eva."
Before joining the cobbles, Jamie was best known for playing Big Marc in football hooligan drama Green Street.
The actor has also starred in BBC crime drama Peaky Blinders and in dystopian drama Children of Men and even EastEnders.
He also appeared as Little John in Robin Hood: The Rebellion in 2018.
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