Michelle Keegan has hit out at people who leave negative comments about her on the Internet, claiming the people who do it have “no lives”.
The former ‘Coronation Street’ star - who was just 20 when she joined the soap, playing the feisty Tina McIntyre - admitted that, earlier in her career she used to be upset by hurtful comments made about her online, but now she’s no longer bothered by them.
"I think as you progress and get older you start to learn that if they're doing that, they've got no life. Slagging people off they don't know is not very nice."
But no longer being fazed by what people think of her isn’t the only thing that’s come to Michelle has she’s got older, as she recently revealed that her relationship with her former ‘TOWIE’ star fiancé Mark Wright has made her more body-confident.
She told Cosmo Body magazine: “Since being with Mark, I don't care what anyone thinks. I just brush it off. I've got better things to do - or a Domino's pizza to order!”
Michelle’s final scenes in ‘Coronation Street’ aired earlier this month, after her character was beaten to death by Rob Donovan, played by Marc Baylis.
The actress admitted that it wasn’t her choice for the character to be killed off, telling The Sun: “I actually went into shock because I wanted the door to be left open for me to return.”