There should be a new man in the neighborhood next week at Coronation Street.
Jenny Connor will try to play the role of matchmaker when newbie Leo Thompkins stops at the Rovers.
The owner pushes Daisy Midgley to serve the handsome stranger after being turned down by Daniel Osbourne for a date.
But Jenny takes matters into her own hands and begins chatting with Leo, hoping to interest him in Daisy.
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That’s when Leo reveals he’s working on the No.8 sinkhole, so he’ll be around for a while.
He later calls the Rovers back and convinced he has a crush on Daisy, Jenny urges him to chat with him and get to know him.
Much to Daisy’s chagrin, Jenny invites Leo to join them to taste beers for a bachelorette party she plans to organize.
As he joins them, it’s clear that Daisy isn’t interested in him and, apologizing, goes to bed.
This obviously leaves Jenny frustrated.
Leo is played by Joe Frost, who has already been seen on the cobblestones.
He tweeted earlier this week: “First steps on the cobblestones tonight. Blink your eyes and you’ll miss me.
“Even in my high visibility… #CoronationSt.”
Along with the tweet, he shared a selfie of the iconic ensemble as well as a snap of his own ITV puffer jacket.
Corrie viewers have already seen Daisy set up Ryan Connor, forcing his split from his longtime girlfriend, Alya Nazir.
But she seems to have recently set her sights on Daniel.
The manipulative character has been a supportive friend as Daniel lost his rag with Max Turner, David Platt’s adopted son.
However, she might have an ulterior motive after hearing Adam and Sarah Barlow tease Daniel about the house his mother gave him away from the street – revealing it is worth £ 400,000.
As they rounded the corner of the Rovers, they saw Daisy cleaning the windows.
But viewers would have quickly noticed that Daisy’s manipulative brain was working overtime after seeing her get comfortable with Daniel in the previous scenes.
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