Corrie star would never give unfaithful partner second chance

Corrie star would never give unfaithful partner second chance

Kym Marsh would never forgive a cheating partner.

The 33-year-old actress - who is currently engaged to former ‘Hollyoaks’ star Jamie Lomas - claims she would not stand by him if he was unfaithful because she never gives out “second chances”.

She said: “With the scandals involving John Terry, Ashley Cole and Vernon Kay dominating the headlines, all I can say is, ‘silly boys’.

“They all have beautiful wives, but that’s their business – let them deal with it. I know people say you never really know how you’d react unless you’re in that position, but if it was my man, he’d be a goner without a doubt. There are no second chances with me!”

Kym - who plays barmaid Michelle Connor in ‘Coronation Street’ - has also admitted she was glad to leave reality show ‘Popstar to Operastar’, won by Darius Campbell, in the semi-final.

She told new! magazine: “In all honesty, it had been getting a bit too much for me. I was the only one left in the competition who had another job, and travelling to and from Manchester was taking its toll.

“I’m glad I did it, though – I’ve made some really good friends in Bernie Nolan and Danny Jones.”

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