Julie Goodyear says her Corrie musical ‘Street of Dreams’ song is one that “hurt” women can relate to
As Bet Lynch, former Corrie star Julie Goodyear had her fair share of broken heart syndrome thanks to the often faithless men in her life…
Entitled, Nowt A Bit Of Lippy Couldn’t Solve, Julie said of the song, “I am singing the most fantastic song, which is so appropriate for Bet it is not true…
“Every woman in the audience I think will be able to relate to it.”
She added, “If you have been hurt girls, this is the one for you…”
However, Julie went on to explain that due to prior commitments, she’ll only be appearing on two of the musical’s dates in Manchester.
The show premieres in the city on May 9, before going on tour to play in Dublin, Belfast and Newcastle.
Julie – who played the role of Bet from 1966 to ’95, with a brief reappearance in 2002 – has taken part in a number of reality TV shows since she left the Street, including Celebrity Fit Club, I’m Famous and Frightened! and Celebrity Stars in Their Eyes.
She also had a brief spell starring in Hollyoaks as B&B owner, Mrs Temple.