Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthews) has been an established character on Coronation Street since she first appeared on the soap in 1986 – however, her exit from the show may very well be sealed.
The Rovers Landlady discovered that her husband Johnny Connor (Richard Hawley) had played a role in the Bistro robbery with Scott Emberton (Tom Roberts) that left Craig Tinker (Colson Smith) for dead on Monday night’s episode.
When Scott finds a note from Johnny explaining he’s gone to the police station to turn himself in, he points his gun at Jenny, and orders Johnny on the phone to return home or he’ll shoot his wife.
Could this be the last we see of Jenny Connor?
Is Jenny Connor leaving Coronation Street?
It is unclear whether or not Jenny will be leaving the cobbles.
Actress Sally Ann Matthews previously took a break from the soap in 1991 to prove herself as an actress.
‘I hadn’t been to drama school, I am northern and I had been in a soap. People used to say ‘she’s just a soap actress’ and I would think ‘no, she’s an actress‘. I thought I would go and do lots of regional theatres to earn my stripes and gain respect as a result’ Sally Ann told Digital Spy.
Jenny did not make an appearance on the show again until 2015, when she met up with Kevin Webster (Michael Le Vell) after finding him on an online dating website.
Does Jenny Connor die?
It is unknown whether or not Jenny will die in tonight’s hour-long climax episode.
Sally Ann revealed to Metro.co.uk: ‘She’s terrified, in reality, you’d be cacking yourself.
‘I don’t like guns. Even though it was a replica, I just don’t even like anyone gesturing guns with their fingers!’
Will this be the last we see of Rover landlady Jenny Connor?
You’ll have to watch tonight to find out.
Coronation Street continues tonight for a double bill on ITV at 7.30pm.
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