Amber Davies set to join Coronation Street?

She's had a 'secret meeting' with bosses, apparently

Amber Davies

by Carl Smith |
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We all know Amber Davies was into the whole musical theatre, acting thing way before she was crowned winner of Love Island last summer; so it sort of makes sense she's 'in talks' to join the cast of Coronation Street.

Eh up, love.

Yep - according to reports Amber's met with the show's big bosses to discuss the possibility of a stint on the cobbles and has even been spotted on set in Manchester. Well, if it's good enough for Sarah Harding...

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Speaking to The Sun, a source said: "Amber had a secret meeting with the casting director on Corrie last week and things were looking promising.

"Her acting agent had set up the discussion and she came away from the mini-audition full of confidence and bosses certainly liked her.

"She's been determined to get into acting ever since winning Love Island so it felt like a positive move."

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This all comes after those rumours Amber's been seeing TOWIE star Pete Wicks, with a sneaky source telling The Sun: "Sometimes if they’re both out with friends, they’ll message each other and arrange to meet, and obviously they spent a lot of time together at the NTAS this week. There's a lot of chemistry between them."

Soz, Kem.

Oh, and as if that wasn't enough drama our Amber was forced to address now-deleted photos of her with a 'suspicious white powder' following Tuesday night's NTAs. Responding to reports, she said: "There have been a lot of stories around this afternoon and I just want to set the record straight.

"Last night I went back to someone else’s hotel room with a dozen other people and took a selfie in front of a mirror.

"I was completely naive to what was lying on the table in front of me.

"I don’t know for sure what it was, but I do know what it looks like, and I am devastated. I have never and would never take drugs, or knowingly be around people who do. That is not who I am."

She continued: "I’m fully aware that my supporters look up to me and the last thing I want is for people to think this is the type of thing I’d do. was completely naive to what was lying on the table in front of me.

"I don’t know for sure what it was, but I do know what it looks like, and I am devastated. I have never and would never take drugs, or knowingly be around people who do. That is not who I am.

"I’m fully aware that my supporters look up to me and the last thing I want is for people to think this is the type of thing I’d do. I'm a normal girl with an amazing family and I'd never let them down like that."

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