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Michelle Keegan screams in terror as she RUNS OVER drunken reveller during Brassic filming

Michelle Keegan was back with a bang as filming for series three of Brassic continued in Manchester on Thursday, after shooting had to be postponed late last year due to a Covid-19 outbreak.   

The actress, 33, who plays Erin Croft on the Sky One series, suffered a horror crash as she ran over a drunken reveller in the latest scenes shot by the cast. 

Michelle was pictured having an angry fight with the suited man on her friend’s hen do, before he flew over the bonnet of her car and smashed her windscreen.  

Crash! The former Coronation Street star was pictured screaming behind the wheel

Smash! Michelle Keegan was back with a bang as filming for series three of Brassic continued on Thursday, after shooting had to be postponed due to a Covid-19 outbreak

Michelle and the drunken man first shot scenes having a fist fight in the street, while Michelle cowering as he swung a punch at her head. 

The dramatic sequence of events appeared to reach its height when Michelle got into her car, only to run over the reveller who was pictured rolling across her windscreen and the bonnet of her car. 

The former Coronation Street star was pictured screaming behind the wheel, while the man’s lifeless body lay mere metres away. 

Dramatic: Michelle was pictured having an angry fight with the suited man on her friend's hen do, before he flew over the bonnet of her car and smashed her windscreen

Traumatised: The actress held her head in her hands as she contemplated what had just happened

Dramatic: Michelle was pictured having an angry fight with the suited man on her friend’s hen do, before he flew over the bonnet of her car and smashed her windscreen

Unresponsive: Michelle and her co-star inspected the man who lay lifeless on the stress

Unresponsive: Michelle and her co-star inspected the man who lay lifeless on the stress 

Her character was helped out of the car by her two female pals, and the three of them stood at the reveller lying bruised and bloodied, and seemingly dead on the ground.   

Michelle looked amazing in her leopard miniskirt with a padded coat, yet it was not her looks that stole the show and was instead her epic acting skills amid the brawl.  

Filming on Brassic had only just resumed following a Christmas break, but members of the cast and crew were believed to have tested positive for the virus. MailOnline contacted representatives for Sky One for comment at the time.  

Fight: The dramatic scenes began with Michelle and the drunken man having a fist fight in the street

Shocked: Michelle looked amazing in the ensemble, yet it was not her looks that stole the show and was instead her epic acting skills amid the brawl

Fight: The dramatic scenes began with Michelle and the drunken man having a fist fight in the street, with the character cowering in fright as he swung a punch at her head

Walk on the wild side: In her tiny mini skirt and knee-high boots, Michelle was upping the sex appeal while she was thrown around and surrounded by co-stars

Walk on the wild side: In her tiny mini skirt and knee-high boots, Michelle was upping the sex appeal while she was thrown around and surrounded by co-stars

Walk on the wild side: In her tiny mini skirt and knee-high boots, Michelle was upping the sex appeal while she was thrown around and surrounded by co-stars 

Michelle was forced to stop filming last year to isolate as she was exposed to COVID. 

While she had come into contact with the virus, she had not contracted it. A source told MailOnline: ‘Michelle had to take time away from the Brassic set once again and has been laying low in Essex with her husband Mark Wright. 

Back in action: Filming on Brassic had only just resumed following a Christmas break, but members of the cast and crew were believed to have tested positive for the virus

Back in action: Filming on Brassic had only just resumed following a Christmas break, but members of the cast and crew were believed to have tested positive for the virus

Back in action: Filming on Brassic had only just resumed following a Christmas break, but members of the cast and crew were believed to have tested positive for the virus

‘She only missed one day of filming. But she needed to isolate after she came into contact with someone in Manchester who had it.

‘Luckily it all happened very quickly and Michelle did not return to the Brassic set before isolating. So it didn’t affect filming too much.

‘She has spent last two weeks in total isolation. She will go back to filming at the end of this week.’ 

Oh dear: Her character was helped out of the car by her two female pals, and they stood looking at the reveller lying bruised and bloodied, and seemingly dead on the ground

Oh dear: Her character was helped out of the car by her two female pals, and they stood looking at the reveller lying bruised and bloodied, and seemingly dead on the ground

They stood looking at the reveller lying bruised and bloodied, and seemingly dead on the ground

They stood looking at the reveller lying bruised and bloodied, and seemingly dead on the ground

They stood looking at the reveller lying bruised and bloodied, and seemingly dead on the ground

Meanwhile, her husband Mark Wright, 33, recently revealed his father Mark Snr is still ‘not completely better’ and that his family were ‘worried for his life’ while he was in hospital battling coronavirus.  

The former TOWIE star’s parents Mark. Snr, 64, and Carol, 60, announced on New Year’s Eve they had been struck down by Covid-19.

Mark also revealed that two of his uncles are currently in hospital due to the virus, with his uncle Eddie, 65, the father of his reality star cousin Elliott, in a coma and intensive care unit (ICU).  

Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie, played by Joe, who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best pal Dylan, played by Damien Molony, who he has been inseparable from since childhood.

Story: Veering between hilarious comedy and heartfelt emotion, Brassic is about irreplaceable, lifelong friends, loyalty and the things that come between them

Story: Veering between hilarious comedy and heartfelt emotion, Brassic is about irreplaceable, lifelong friends, loyalty and the things that come between them

Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie, played by Joe, who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best pal Dylan, played by Damien Molony, who he has been inseparable from since childhood

Brassic follows the story of Lancashire native Vinnie, played by Joe, who suffers from bipolar disorder and his best pal Dylan, played by Damien Molony, who he has been inseparable from since childhood

Michelle plays Erin, a single mum seeking a better life for herself and son, Tyler, while navigating complicated relationships with show leads Dylan and Vinnie.

Michelle plays Erin, a single mum seeking a better life for herself and son, Tyler, while navigating complicated relationships with show leads Dylan and Vinnie.

Michelle plays Erin, a single mum seeking a better life for herself and son, Tyler, while navigating complicated relationships with show leads Dylan and Vinnie.

The boys have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence, but now, on the brink of adulthood, their dealing and stealing is catching up with them, with the repercussions of their crimes heading their way.  

Michelle plays Erin, a single mum seeking a better life for herself and son, Tyler, while navigating complicated relationships with show leads Dylan and Vinnie. 

Veering between hilarious comedy and heartfelt emotion, Brassic is about irreplaceable, lifelong friends, loyalty and the things that come between them.

And despite working with a predominantly male cast, Michelle has insisted that she doesn’t mind as she’s the ‘blokiest one’.

The brunette beauty previously shared: ‘The lads invited me in, I never felt like an outsider. I’ve always got on with everyone.

‘It never felt different for me – I literally am the blokiest one. I never felt like I was the only girl. We gelled straight away.’    

The boys have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence, but now, on the brink of adulthood, their dealing and stealing is catching up with them, with the repercussions of their crimes heading their way

The boys have dealt, scammed, bribed and conned their way through adolescence, but now, on the brink of adulthood, their dealing and stealing is catching up with them, with the repercussions of their crimes heading their way


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