Celeb Focus: Terri Dwyer - the Truth Behind My Paparazzi Pictures; We Find out Just What Ex-Hollyoaks Actress Terri Dwyer Was Thinking When These Photos Were taken.(Features)

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Celeb Focus: Terri Dwyer - the Truth Behind My Paparazzi Pictures; We Find out Just What Ex-Hollyoaks Actress Terri Dwyer Was Thinking When These Photos Were taken.(Features)


Byline: Deirdre O'Brien

Ah the, lesbian kiss! We all shared houses when we were in Hollyoaks. Ellie Freeman, who played Yasmin, was living in

the boys' house, and I was in the girls' house which was

two doors up the street. She used to really wind them up

by saying: `I'm off to Terri's to practise the snog'. Being

red-blooded males, they always wanted to come round and watch. I never understand why men want to watch girls kissing, I think it's really weird they're so fascinated by it.

This was one

of the very first photoshoots I ever did, about six years ago when I'd just gone into Hollyoaks. There were about five of us and we were supposed to be `hot telly talent' - people who were up-and-coming in TV. I think I look alright. I'm not very good at criticising photos of myself. But I wouldn't go out in that outfit. PVC is not my bag.

And this is years later, for Hollyoaks' fifth birthday. I may not look that much older, but it's amazing what you can do with hair and make-up! I loved doing Hollyoaks, but I don't regret leaving when I did. I do miss the people though. I love Scousers, and of course nearly all the crew were from Liverpool. But my fella Sean lives in Liverpool so I get to go back up there a lot.

Oh dear, this is me leaving Attica, the club in London's West End. I'd just come back to London and all my girlfriends from Liverpool came down for the weekend. As you can see, I was a little bit the worse for wear, but it was a girls' night out, so it's allowed sometimes. …

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