Sacha Parkinson questions decision to quit Corrie
Sacha Parkinson is questioning her decision to quit 'Coronation Street', saying she must be ''crazy'' to want to leave the ITV1 soap.
Sacha Parkinson is questioning her decision to quit 'Coronation Street'.
The 19-year-old actress - who has played teen lesbian Sian Powers in the ITV1 soap since January 2009 - admitted she has been on a "deep downer" ever since announcing she would be bowing out of her role later this year.
After receiving a plethora of encouraging messages from fans, Sacha explained she must "be crazy" to want to leave the show.
Writing on her twitter page, she said: "Masive head f*%k. On a deep deep Downer, yet so high. Your unbelievable fans I love you like you wouldn't believe, so close to my heart!
"Making my head to bed.. I gots to be crazy right? All these comments gots me questioning myself. WAW, I'm messed up surly! daymm. (sic)"
The blonde beauty will be bowing out of the soap in an explosive storyline later in the year, which will see her fleeing Weatherfield with a broken heart after being cruelly jilted by girlfriend Sophie Webster (Brooke Vincent).
Brooke recently explained she and Sacha were thrilled to be giving a realistic portrayal of young girls struggling with their sexuality.
She said: "I've been told I'm a good lesbian! A woman stopped me at the traffic lights the other day to say that, so I felt really proud.
"The thing me and Sacha wanted to do most with this plot was to make it realistic, so we can portray a story about two girls who are in love. We've had some great feedback, which is really flattering."