Helen Flanagan’s achievements are not to be discarded easily for the reason some people might accuse her of lack of intellect.
Born in 1990 in Bury, Greater Manchester, she is, by today’s standard, far from having reached her prime; a successful actress, a model and a TV personality who has mastered the art of using her physical assets to greater effect than most of her contemporaries. She reigns almost supreme with the readers of the popular press who credit her with a raw sexuality that never seems to wane or go out of fashion.
Flanagan first appeared as Rosie Webster in Coronation Street in January 2000. In 2006, she was nominated for the award of ‘Best Dramatic Performance from a Young Actor or Actress’ at the British Soap Awards, losing to Ellis Hollins of Hollyoaks. In 2007, she was nominated for ‘Villain of the Year’ at the same awards, this time losing to Coronation Street co-star Jack P. Shepherd who plays David Platt.
In October 2011, Flanagan announced she would leave Coronation Street in February 2012 to pursue other interests. In November 2012, Flanagan participated in I’m a Celebrity…Get Me out of Here, finishing seventh. She was voted the most attractive British candidate in FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women in the World 2013 poll.
Flanagan’s not alien to promoting herself tantalisingly to men who crave her most animalistic eroticism, which at times is indisputably orgasmic, yet delicately alluring. Her birthday suit is both her armour and her most prolific accoutrement.
The gods above who create such beautifully-crafted women must know what they are doing. Who can say that they are not partial to the human necessities to gratification, in a world where cruelty and misery have become predominate?
Could it be that a bit of crumpet on the side is the ultimate tonic?