Coronation Street’s Ruxandra Porojnicu ‘open to offers’ as she speaks out on single life

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Ruxandra Porojnicu, who plays Alina Pop in Coronation Street, may be loved-up with Tyrone Dobbs (played by Alan Halsall) on the soap, but her love life is very different in real life. The 28-year-old has revealed she is single, but is OK with it as she’s “too busy” for a romance.

The actress, who is from Romania, moved to London back in 2015 to pursue her acting dream.

She has since shot to fame playing her character Alina and has gained a huge following on social media.

While she is admired by many fans however, she is yet to meet a partner.

“I’m single and it’s OK,” the soap star revealed.

“I’ve been too busy lately to find someone, but I’m open to offers!

“Sometimes we go out for a drink after work but it doesn’t happen often.

“When we do, we have such a good time,” she added to The Sun’s TV Magazine.

She went on to praise her “lovely” co-star Alan, who “always has a bag of jokes”.

On how fans reacts to her, the actress said some ask for selfies and warn her to “stay away” from Tyrone.

The on-screen couple recently lost their baby after a fire broke out in her flat.

Alina found out she had miscarried while recovering from the blaze in hospital.

She blamed herself for the tragic loss, as she believes she was responsible for the fire.

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Viewers and Tyrone however know that Hope Stape (Isabella Flanagan) is the culprit behind the blaze.

Hope is the daughter of Tyrone’s ex-partner Fiz Stape (Jennie McAlpine), who he has raised as his own.

On Friday, Hope and her parents faced a judge, who decided that custody was not the best option for the youngster.

Instead, she imposed a youth rehabilitation order and will be required to attend therapy sessions.

She said: “Hope will need a lot of support and understanding, and this will mostly be down to you as a family.

“All of you must pull together.”

Following the verfict, fans flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts, with many suggesting she may do it again.

Coronation Street continues tomorrow night at 7.30pm on ITV. 

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