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Coronation Street legend signs huge new deal to keep her on the streets after 24 years

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CORONATION Street star Tina O’Brien has signed a new big-money deal to keep her on the Cobbles

The actress, who has played Sarah Platt on the ITV soap for 24 years, has extended her contract for a further 12 months.

It comes after Corrie retained three more of his main stars by making bumper offers to stay on the ITV soap for another year.

A source told The Sun: “Tina has signed another year’s contract and couldn’t be happier.

“She calls Coronation Street her home and loves to play Sarah.

“Everyone is really happy and the fans will be too.”

It’s been an eventful few months for her character – and no doubt there’s still a lot of drama ahead for her character.

Tina, who joined the show in 1999 but took a brief hiatus between 2008 and 2015, is considered the soap’s central character.

She was embroiled in dramatic history last year after her husband Adam Barlow was accused of cheating on her with old college friend Lydia Chambers.

The businesswoman who works at the Underworld factory is also unaware that her uncle Stephen is a murderer, having killed Leo and his father, Teddy Thompkins.

Tina’s co-star and “I’m A Celebrity” contestant Sue Cleaver has also signed a big deal to stay on the soap opera.

While Corrie legends Alan Halsall, Andy Whyment and Jack P. Shepherd have all signed new deals to remain in the soap.

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