Coronation Street is gearing up to air a devastating story for James Bailey (Nathan Graham) as he at last plucks up the bravery to tell his father, Ed Bailey (Trevor Michael Georges), he’s homosexual – but it does not go well.
It’s been bubbling under the area for a when, and subsequent the return of James’ adore, Danny (Dylan Brady), every thing comes to a head from following week (beginning 17th February).
But it won’t be easy sailing for James and Ed as the father simply cannot combat his aged-fashioned views.
Actor Trevor has spilled all on the massive 7 days on Coronation Street, talking about the scene his on-display son comes out, telling us: “It’s a complicated scene since absolutely everyone is waiting for the penny to drop. The pressure gets to be so large that James sooner or later blurts it out and there is a second of silence and then a second of shock.”
But how does Ed react? “He is absolutely blindsided. Ed’s rapid reaction is that he is damage and shocked that he does not know his have household,” Trevor stated. “He feels betrayed by the men and women he loves and would die for. The betrayal is expanded even further when he discovers the like desire of his very own son is someone he understands and he has a complicated time making an attempt to procedure this on his personal.”
Later on, Trevor advised Ed has an severe response to obtaining out James is homosexual and it leaves the family members completely shattered – specifically when he discovers his previous pal Danny is James’ boyfriend.
“He’s outdated fashioned to the stage that he is blinkered. He is a political dinosaur and he is dwelling in the previous and he states he is aware he is incorrect and he has the strength to say he is striving to get the job done it via. He has to go in to himself and be sincere with himself – there are features on pretty basic conditions that are incorrect,” Trevor mentioned.
He additional: “He claims factors out loud that are improper and regretably he is saying it to people that are similarly nervous about what he thinks and feels. Some harm is accomplished by what he states off the cuff.”
But what does Ed say? And how will the household transfer on?