Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

Jack P Shepherd mocks Keegan selfie

Jack P Shepherd recreated Michelle Keegan's selfie (Jack P Shepherd/Twitter)

Coronation Street star Jack P Shepherd has poked fun at his former on-screen girlfriend Michelle Keegan for flaunting her great body online.

Michelle - who played barmaid Tina McItyre in the soap until she was killed off earlier this year - posted a selfie on Twitter at the weekend of herself posing in front of the bathroom mirror wearing a cropped white vest - flaunting her tanned, toned abs.

Jack - whose character David Platt used to date Tina and who is a close friend of Michelle - decided to rib the actress for her posing - by dressing up as her.

The 26-year-old actor donned a black wig, white women's vest, fake tan and grey tracksuit bottoms, and pencilled on eyebrows - and a tight six pack onto his own midriff, to recreate Michelle's look.

Michelle had captioned her picture, "Saturday night chill night!" so Jack opted for, "Monday. Chillin out in da gents."

Jack's tweet has already been favourited over 3,000 times, but not quite matching Michelle's 11,000.

Co-star Andrew Whyment ‏replied: "Mate that's quality," and fellow Corrie actress Georgia May Foote wrote, "This is hilarious Jack!"

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