MICHELLE Keegan has revealed how the Brassic cast were forced to cancel filming on the Sky series due to extremely bad weather.
With just a week to go until the first episode of the new season premieres, the cast has faced a major setback behind the scenes as they prepare for the Christmas special.
While wearing a red quilted jacket with black, blue and white stripes, Michelle looked at her enhanced face, consisting of massacre, curled eyeliner, nude lipstick and flawless skin with blush.
Her brown locks flowed effortlessly behind her ears as she placed one of her fingers under her plump pout as she lay down and posed for the Instagram Story.
She captioned the post: “Waiting for the rain to stop in Manchester… that will never happen.”
Last week the former Corrie star posted a picture of the official poster for Brassic 5 and captioned the post: “Together they are legends. New season of Brassic is coming soon. September 28th.”
Her 6.7 million followers were delighted by the news and expressed their excitement, while others questioned why Dylan, played by Damien Molony, wasn’t featured on the poster.
One person wrote: “I love Brassic. Its so funny.”
A second said: “I absolutely love this show… Best on TV.”
A third added: “I can’t wait for my birthday!! Little birthday present, haha.”
A fourth asked: “Where is Dylan?”
A fifth echoed: “No Dylan in this photo!”
The 36-year-old plays Erin Croft in Sky Max’s hit original comedy, which follows the lives of Vinnie O’Neill (Joseph Gilgun) and his five friends, including Michelle’s single mother.
The group of friends are a typical troublemaking Asbo clan who try to get by in the fictional town of Hawley, but often resort to petty crime.
Dylan (Damien Molony), Vinnie’s best friend and also Erin’s partner, was brutally kidnapped by hired thugs in season 4 and stuffed into the trunk of a car.
In an interview with Radio Times earlier this month, Damien spoke about his departure from the show.
He explained: “They were really exciting scenes to shoot, no doubt, but also emotional for me.”
“Because I’ve spent four incredible years essentially laughing and suddenly doing these scenes alone and without the gang… there were a few moments that night where I thought, ‘This is the end.’
The star also revealed that this is not the final end for his character, who may return “a little bit” in the upcoming series.
Brassic will premiere on Sky Max on September 28th.