Corrie meets Love Island as Sally Dynevor poses with new Dancing On Ice co-stars

Coronation Street legend Sally Dynevor is taking part in this years Dancing On Ice competition.

Thanks to the show, fans have been treated to a Corrie and Love Island crossover when two of the celebs have been pictured together.

The actress has started her training on the ice and has been keeping her social media fans updated.

Sally shared a snap posing like Charlie's Angels with Love Island star Liberty Poole and former Pussycat Dolly Kimberly Wyatt.

She caption the post: "The journey has begun."

The trio were also seen in a second picture posing with ice skating legends Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.

Sally penned: "Got to meet our hero’s #torvillanddean with the gorgeous Bond girls @kimberlywyatt @libertypoolex."

Fans were quick to comment on the social media post but some famous faces shared some kind words as well.

"Omg Sal!!!!!!!! I just love you so much," said Brooke Vincent, who plays on-screen daughter Sophie Webster.

Maria Windass actress Samia Longchambon added: "Amazing GO Sal!! Love you and soo proud of you already."

The 58-year-old revealed she was a contestant on DOI earlier this month while appearing on Lorraine.

She shared the news via video link on the ITV show and admitted she's "so scared" to be taking part.

Sally said: "I just want to do this for myself. Give me a bit of confidence and do something different."

The actress who is best know for playing Sally Metcalfe, has been flooded with support from her ITV soap co-stars after sharing snaps of her training.

Sally Carman, known to fans as Corrie's Abi Franklin said: "Amazing Sal."

Strictly Come Dancing and former Corrie actress Katie McGlynn commented: "Good luck Sal!!! Can't wait to watch you you're gonna be fab."

Fans also told Sally how much they can't wait to watch her perform on the ice.

One said: "Go Sally!!! can't wait."

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