Coronation Street's Daniel Brocklebank leaves fans open-mouthed with INCREDIBLE secret talent

CORONATION Street's Daniel Brocklebank stunned fans with his amazing singing abilities, leaving his co-stars with "goosebumps".

Fans know Daniel as the lovable vicar Billy Mayhew on the ITV soap.


But, the 41-year-old showed off his vocals as he took to Instagram to share a stunning cover of Grown As We Go by American star Ben Plat.

The actor shocked fans with his a beautiful rendition of the song whilst playing the piano.

Fans rushed to comment on the actor's impressive singing talents, including his Corrie co-stars.

Samia Longchambon, who plays Maria Connor, wrote: "Goosebumps 😢🥰👏🏼 amazing Dan! Xxxx."

Tina O'Brien, who plays Sarah Platt, said: "Amazing Dan 😍😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️."

Catherine Tyldesley, who played Eva Price, penned: "Oh babe 😍😍😍😍😍."

Hayley Tamaddon, who played Andrea Beckett, said: "Oh Dan.. this is beautiful… so so good my talented friend❤️."

Daniel performed the emotional song on the piano from his living room.

This isn't the first time Daniel has shared his singing talent.

In 2019, he won All Stars Musicals as he wowed audiences with his rendition of From Now On from the hit musical The Greatest Showman.

Meanwhile on the cobbles, Billy was left devastated after Todd Grimshaw's (Gareth Pierce) plan to frame Billy's ex Paul Foreman was revealed.

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Billy then dumped Todd and called off their engagement.

But, Todd was not taking no for an answer as he tried to show Billy he is doing community service to pay for his sins and trying to be a better person.

While his love life is in tatters, Billy is now focused on her adopted daughter Summer, who is coming to terms with having type 1 diabetes.

There have been hints that Summer and Adi will start a new storyline, as recent scenes have seen a romance blossom between the pair.

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm.



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