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Coronation Street star Alan Halsall ‘confirms split from Tisha Merry’ and hints he’s dating again

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“New Tinder profile picture” Alan Halsall, star of Coronation Street, has opened up about his breakup with Tisha Merry.

It was reported that the couple broke up in February. However, since the announcement, neither has spoken out about the breakup.

Alan, though, seems to have acknowledged the breakup while also raising the possibility that he might be dating again.

Alan Halsall, a Coronation Street star, talks about his “most action in a while.”


The Corrie actor Alan, who plays Tyrone Dobbs, posted a number of photos of himself and his daughter Sienna-Rae on Instagram.

He and Lucy-Jo Hudson, his ex-wife, are parents to Sienna-Rae.

Alan and Sienne-Rae are seen in the videos with their four-legged companion. Though the dog seemed content to pose with Sienna-Rae, it appears he had different plans for Alan.

The actor appeared to confirm that he is single while sharing a photo of the dog humming his leg. We’re not exactly best friends, it seems. The most action I’ve experienced recently, ffs fml.

He continued, seemingly offering more insight into his romantic situation and maybe even a hint that he’s back on the dating scene: “New Tinder profile picture.”

“It seemed like the best option to split up.”
It was disclosed earlier this year that Alan and Tisha had broken up.

“Alan and Tisha had a lot of love for each other and had really similar interests, enjoying socializing and going on holiday together,” an insider said at the time. However, they began to drift apart and felt overwhelmed by the pressure to keep their relationship going.

“They realised they weren’t on the same page and splitting up felt like the best option. They’ve been focusing on themselves and surrounding themselves with their own friends.”

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