Booted out for being a bad singer

Booted out for being a bad singer

BENIDORM star Sherrie Hewson has revealed she was kicked out of a karaoke bar for her terrible singing during an alcohol-induced night in the city.

The 67-year-old actress, best known for rolesin Coronation Street (1993–1997, 2006), Crossroads (2001–2003), and Emmerdale (2004–2006) was partying with co-stars after filming the new series when she took to the stage to sing Carl Douglas’s 1974 No1 Kung Fu Fighting.

Sherrie told the English press: “Karaoke’s a big thing there but you have to be a good singer.

“All the singers in all the bars come at the same time and they all compete.

“I was singing Kung Fu Fighting after about 15 gin and tonics, but they told me to ‘please leave’ and that I was embarrassing everybody and I was, but I didn’t care by that time. I was kicked out of a bar for being a bad singer.”

Sherrie – who plays hotel boss Joyce Temple-Savage – admitted she’s the last one standing when the cast go out and said her, Jake Canuso (who plays barman Mateo Castellanos) and Tony Maudsley (hairdresser Kenneth Du Beke) are “very dangerous together.”

The tenth series of the hit ITV sitcom airs next year

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