Coronation Street’s Justin star teases HUGE danger for Daniel Osbourne | The Sun

VIEWERS have become concerned for Daisy Midgeley's well-being after she became the target of a stalker.

However, Coronation Street actor Andrew Still has made it clear his character may have a dark plan for Daniel Osbourne.

Justin is causing major trouble for Daisy and Daniel ahead of their nuptials.

After meeting the Rovers barmaid by chance in hospital, the troubled character became infatuated with her and convinced they were in love.

Obviously, the delusion never included Daniel, played by Rob Mallard.

In fact, according to Andrew, Justin doesn't really think of Daniel in the first place despite the teacher's presence in Daisy's life.

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But when he tracks Daisy down at the wedding fair and her stomach drops when she realises Daniel isn't the one waiting for her, things take a turn.

On the one hand, Daisy realises Justin's relentless harassment and troubling delusions are having an impact IRL and is encouraged by Daniel to report her tormentor to the police.

Meanwhile, Justin begins to see Daniel "as a roadblock" and a plan could be forming in his head.

Speaking to The Sun and other press, Andrew explained Justin sees Daniel "as the one getting in the way of them being together."

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"That’s going to build in some kind of resentment and jealousy", he then teased.

Much like any growing villain in Weatherfield, ITV viewers could definitely expect that Justin won't be going down without a fight.

This could spell out danger for Daniel.

Andrew made it clear, Justin "is fully committed to Daisy. He'll go to whatever ends he feels necessary."

The former Hollyoaks and Waterloo Road star mentioned that Justin's love-bombing, declaring his love for Daisy, was only proof that he was loosing himself in what he believed is a strong, loving relationship.

"He honestly believes that when he turns up at the wedding fair, they’re going to run off together. That’s his thought process."

The wedding fair also makes Justin realise "he'll have to play the long game" and it could involve Daniel being impacted by his actions.


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Daisy actress Charlotte Jordan has not only teased major trouble in paradise for her on-screen relationship but has also made it clear her character will be crumbling as her mental health is due to decline.

But there's another turning point in the storyline ahead when Justin approaches and touches Daisy outside the Weatherfield funeral home… and she responds with a punch.

"He’s really hurt, he kind of feels like he wants to get back at her", Andrew said.

"He doesn’t see himself as wanting to control her. He’s calculating but he wouldn’t see it as controlling."

As viewers will see, Justin will stoop to another level by reporting Daisy for assault, making her even more isolated.

But behind an evidently troubled and dangerous character lies a man who's been left at the lowest point in his life after his mother's death.

"He’s intelligent, forward, quite proud, Justin is in a damaged state which influences his decisions", Andrew explained.

"He latches on to others to get a sense of himself and has these repetitive thought patterns, he becomes impulsive."

"He sees himself as the ultimate good guy and that the world is out to get him. I think it justifies a lot of the actions in his head."

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Coronation Street airs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on ITV.

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