Michelle Keegan hits out at online bullies
Michelle Keegan thinks its "strange" that people want to "slag her off" on the internet
Michelle Keegan has labelled online bullies "weird" for attacking her over the internet.
The former 'Coronation Street' star - who has fallen victim to Twitter trolls in the past - admitted she no longer takes notice of nasty remarks posted online and thinks her internet bullies have "no life".
She told Digital Spy: "It's weird. It's strange. I used to [read the comments] when I was younger and get affected by them. That's only natural starting off in the industry.
"I think as you progress and get older you start to learn that if they're doing that, they've got no life. Slagging people off [who] they don't know is not very nice."
The 27-year-actress - who played Tina McIntyre on the ITV soap from 2008 until her character was killed off earlier this month - also revealed that the intense filming schedule leading up to her final scenes has left no time for her to plan her upcoming wedding to former 'TOWIE' star Mark Wright.
She said: "I've been so busy with Coronation Street that I've literally done nothing. The only thing I've got is the date and the venue.
"I think once I get a bit of downtime, that's when I'm going to start planning properly. Hopefully I'll get a dress then."