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Ruxandra Porojnicu ‘excited’ about Corrie comeback

OHMYGOSSIP — Ruxandra Porojnicu is “very excited” about returning to ‘Coronation Street’.
The 25-year-old actress is to reprise her role as Alina Pop in the coming weeks, and she has hinted there could be a love triangle between her character, her ex Seb Franklin (Harry Visinoni), and his girlfriend Emma Brooker (Alexandra Mardell).
She told Inside Soap magazine: “I’m personally very excited to be able to tell Alina’s story further.
“She was in love with Seb, and now he’s with Emma, so it’s exciting to see what’s going to happen.
“There may be a love triangle.”
Alina – who first appeared in Weatherfield in April 2019 – returned to the cobbles over the festive period but made a swift exit when Amy Barlow (Elle Mulvaney) lied to her, saying Seb and Emma were engaged.
Ahead of her Christmas comeback, Ruxandra admitted in November that she was “so excited” about her ‘Coronation Street’ return.
She took to Twitter to share a picture of a shooting script, and wrote: “I’m so excited @itvcorrie (sic)”
Alina first appeared working in a nail bar, and became a love interest for Seb.
And it was later revealed she was the victim of human trafficking and that she was living in the back of the salon.
Ruxandra – who is from Romania – previously admitted she used her own experiences to prepare for her ‘Coronation Street’ role.
She said: “I just wanted to work, work for a better future and earn money, that’s it. So I was a bit naive, I wouldn’t think, ‘Oh I need to sign a contract, I need to know about those people more’.
“So at the beginning at least, I kind of got back to what I lived before and my experience, but after that I was doing lots of research, looking at documentaries.
“And also in my first day at ‘Corrie’, we had a meeting with the Salvation Army and with a victim of modern slavery, and they helped me so much giving me more information and more details, and hearing everything about someone that was actually in this situation.”

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